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what the problem?


DevStein

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left-side image - dxDrawImage
right-side - dxDrawMaterialLine3D

what the reason for rotation image???

 

code: 


renderTarget = dxCreateRenderTarget(893,200,true)

function draw()
	dxSetRenderTarget(renderTarget)
		dxDrawImage(0,0, 893,200, 'ru.png')
		
	dxSetRenderTarget()

	dxDrawImage(0,124, 600,200, renderTarget)

	dxDrawMaterialLine3D(-2.2850413322449,36.158359527588,3.1171875,-3.982595205307,33.452819824219,3.1096496582031, renderTarget, 1, tocolor(255,255,255,255), -0.43020412325859,32.629917144775,3.1096496582031)
end
addEventHandler('onClientPreRender',root,draw)

 

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renderTarget = dxCreateRenderTarget(893,200,true)
function draw()
	dxSetRenderTarget(renderTarget)
		dxDrawImage(0,0, 893,200, 'ru.png', 90)
		
	dxSetRenderTarget()
	dxDrawImage(0,124, 600,200, renderTarget)
	dxDrawMaterialLine3D(-2.2850413322449,36.158359527588,3.1171875,-3.982595205307,33.452819824219,3.1096496582031, renderTarget, 1, tocolor(255,255,255,255), -0.43020412325859,32.629917144775,3.1096496582031)
end
addEventHandler('onClientPreRender',root,draw)

 

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Same problem today with me :D You have to draw a vertical line not horizontal. This line "will be" in the center of your image and this will be the flat of your image. And as Dealman said you can also rotate it on this line.
(The difference between the start and end points will be the height of your image.) 

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