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Writing on chips

Post by Warbird on Sun Dec 12, 2010 12:25 am

I recently saw another japanese RC clip on youtube and there was a model with text on a chip.
Do you know how to do that? It looked really cool

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Re: Writing on chips

Post by RA2lover on Sun Dec 12, 2010 5:28 am

Line3D abuse(Scripting!)

the line3d function creates a 1 pixel line of a set color from a set position to another one.

the move3d function is basically a transparent line, used to move the point to another one. not using it will get your line centered at {0,0,0}.

it's syntax is:

_SETCOLOR(24bit color here)
_MOVE3D(x,y,z) -- transparent line used to move the "pencil"
_LINE3D(x,y,z)--draws a line with the setcolors' color.
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Re: Writing on chips

Post by JHaskly on Sun Dec 12, 2010 7:16 am

Actually, the move3d function sets the starting point of a line.

The line3d then draws a line from the current set point to the poiunt supplied to it (line3d). It then sets the starting point of the next line.

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