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[DUDE]dxDrawCircle Bug

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Don't use dxDrawCircle. Make the circle in photoshop and use dxDrawImage.

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7 hours ago, AncienT said:

The function dxDrawCircle is bug? https://wiki.multitheftauto.com/wiki/DxDrawCircle

that's not the real function , 

someone changed it , the real function is : 

function dxDrawCircle( posX, posY, radius, width, angleAmount, startAngle, stopAngle, color, postGUI ) 
    if ( type( posX ) ~= "number" ) or ( type( posY ) ~= "number" ) then 
        return false 
    end 
  
    local function clamp( val, lower, upper ) 
        if ( lower > upper ) then lower, upper = upper, lower end 
        return math.max( lower, math.min( upper, val ) ) 
    end 
  
    radius = type( radius ) == "number" and radius or 50 
    width = type( width ) == "number" and width or 5 
    angleAmount = type( angleAmount ) == "number" and angleAmount or 1 
    startAngle = clamp( type( startAngle ) == "number" and startAngle or 0, 0, 360 ) 
    stopAngle = clamp( type( stopAngle ) == "number" and stopAngle or 360, 0, 360 ) 
    color = color or tocolor( 255, 255, 255, 200 ) 
    postGUI = type( postGUI ) == "boolean" and postGUI or false 
  
    if ( stopAngle < startAngle ) then 
        local tempAngle = stopAngle 
        stopAngle = startAngle 
        startAngle = tempAngle 
    end 
  
    for i = startAngle, stopAngle, angleAmount do 
        local startX = math.cos( math.rad( i ) ) * ( radius - width ) 
        local startY = math.sin( math.rad( i ) ) * ( radius - width ) 
        local endX = math.cos( math.rad( i ) ) * ( radius + width ) 
        local endY = math.sin( math.rad( i ) ) * ( radius + width ) 
  
        dxDrawLine( startX + posX, startY + posY, endX + posX, endY + posY, color, width, postGUI ) 
    end 
  
    return true 
end 

 

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40 minutes ago, AncienT said:

Not available yet?
 

use this useful function

15 hours ago, #َxLysandeR said:

that's not the real function , 

someone changed it , the real function is : 


function dxDrawCircle( posX, posY, radius, width, angleAmount, startAngle, stopAngle, color, postGUI ) 
    if ( type( posX ) ~= "number" ) or ( type( posY ) ~= "number" ) then 
        return false 
    end 
  
    local function clamp( val, lower, upper ) 
        if ( lower > upper ) then lower, upper = upper, lower end 
        return math.max( lower, math.min( upper, val ) ) 
    end 
  
    radius = type( radius ) == "number" and radius or 50 
    width = type( width ) == "number" and width or 5 
    angleAmount = type( angleAmount ) == "number" and angleAmount or 1 
    startAngle = clamp( type( startAngle ) == "number" and startAngle or 0, 0, 360 ) 
    stopAngle = clamp( type( stopAngle ) == "number" and stopAngle or 360, 0, 360 ) 
    color = color or tocolor( 255, 255, 255, 200 ) 
    postGUI = type( postGUI ) == "boolean" and postGUI or false 
  
    if ( stopAngle < startAngle ) then 
        local tempAngle = stopAngle 
        stopAngle = startAngle 
        startAngle = tempAngle 
    end 
  
    for i = startAngle, stopAngle, angleAmount do 
        local startX = math.cos( math.rad( i ) ) * ( radius - width ) 
        local startY = math.sin( math.rad( i ) ) * ( radius - width ) 
        local endX = math.cos( math.rad( i ) ) * ( radius + width ) 
        local endY = math.sin( math.rad( i ) ) * ( radius + width ) 
  
        dxDrawLine( startX + posX, startY + posY, endX + posX, endY + posY, color, width, postGUI ) 
    end 
  
    return true 
end 

 

 

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7 hours ago, AncienT said:

Not available yet?

you can access it if you download the latest nightly from nightly.mtasa.com

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5 hours ago, Saml1er said:

you can access it if you download the latest nightly from nightly.mtasa.com

Oh thanks you

12 hours ago, #َxLysandeR said:

use this useful function

 

Thanks you

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