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DsD Picture Animator for GDI on VB.NET 2012

Submitted on: 5/27/2020 6:46:22 AM
By: Motahar Hussain Hira  
Level: Beginner
User Rating: Unrated
Compatibility: VB.NET
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     This code will be useful to create games and animation. It supports pivot so that you can move your entire character with moving with a simple pivot. Once you create frames you can reorder frames with numbers. If you use my code then please give me a little credit.

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5/28/2020 12:34:48 AMBlah Blah Blah

You can change the code to below to get flipping working, you might have to put your pivot stuff back in.

Public Sub Draw(ByRef gfxOutput As Graphics, ByVal inKey As String, ByVal Location As Point, ByVal ClippingArea As Rectangle, ByVal Pivot As Point, ByVal bFlipped As Boolean)
Dim img As Image = New Bitmap(300, 300)
Dim g As Graphics = Graphics.FromImage(img)
g.DrawImage(CType(ImageList(inKey), Image), New Rectangle(Location.X - Pivot.X + ClippingArea.Left, Location.Y - Pivot.Y + ClippingArea.Top, ClippingArea.Width, ClippingArea.Height), ClippingArea, GraphicsUnit.Pixel)
If bFlipped Then
End If
gfxOutput.DrawImage(img, New Point(Location.X - 100, 0))
End Sub
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