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#1 Re: Help Me ! » Constrain proportions » 2005-08-17 02:44:00

If it should refer to the original point then it should not be so hard in this case what you said.

I'll try it and let you know


#2 Re: Help Me ! » Constrain proportions » 2005-08-16 20:27:29

But doesn't a or Δy mean the value that x2 changed. So i think it would be an new x3-x2.


It starts at (100,100) user moves the mouse to (200,210) and moves again to (250,270)

Δx = 250-200
Δy = 270-210

The rest oif the part is how i thinked and after i find Δx Δy i need to add or reduce them from the previous x and y value

Isn't this how it should be?


#3 Re: Help Me ! » Constrain proportions » 2005-08-15 20:35:51

ok i tought so.
Oh well i have to find a way to find b.



#4 Re: Help Me ! » Constrain proportions » 2005-08-15 19:40:20

Is there a way to make it with out using the other variable in the formula? I mean for example in a=(width/height)b is there a way to make this formula without b ? this is the commponent i need it in. Click and drag the mouse. You see a rectangle chanching dimension according the mouse position. Well i need it to constrain proportions  and it's final dimenions from top left of the screen to bottom right is 800x600


#6 Re: Introductions » Hello » 2005-08-15 18:06:11

Thank for the welcome.

The best advantage of swishmax is that it is far more easy to use than flash and has 85-90 % of flash capabilitys. You may want to check here The bigest swish forum a place where i am moderator and if you want you can learn very much. You can make animation wich in flash take very much in swish in minutes if not less then a minute.. Also if you want check


#7 Re: Help Me ! » Constrain proportions » 2005-08-15 17:57:54

Thank you wcy but i don't think that will help you.

Anyway thank for trying to help


#8 Introductions » Hello » 2005-08-12 06:01:05

Replies: 5

Hello i'm Bogdan.

And i'm glad that i've found this place it has so many interesting things. Keepit up

I do flash most of the time in a great program called swishmax.

Nice to be here smile


#9 Re: Help Me ! » Constrain proportions » 2005-08-12 05:48:04

Yep that coverd more then enough.

I said that the width and height are not know because it will be a rectangle like the ones to select the icons etc. And at first i said them because i wanted to be more concrete.

But this helps alot.

Thank you very much


#10 Help Me ! » Constrain proportions » 2005-08-12 03:44:10

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Look at this swf. I used it becuase i think it explains better.

If anyone can help me or give some adivce

Thanks alot


#11 Re: Help Me ! » Finding x,y cordinates of a point on a circle » 2005-08-10 20:53:58

Nope i can't get the result.

Well anyway it is good this way to.

Thank you guys for the help


#12 Re: Help Me ! » Finding x,y cordinates of a point on a circle » 2005-08-06 21:12:24

I understand now.

Thank i'll play with it and let you know


#13 Re: Help Me ! » Finding x,y cordinates of a point on a circle » 2005-08-04 02:17:07

Yes it can't hurt trying but i don't think i understood what is with f.

Right now there isn't any variable but it can be made but i dind't understand what you mean by foreground/background angle between the spheres sory


#14 Re: Help Me ! » Finding x,y cordinates of a point on a circle » 2005-08-03 07:59:21

OK it seems that it isn't working. Aplyed everything corect but it looks like before. I gues the ideea is not good. and i'm out of other ideea so i think it wil remain this way sad


#15 Re: Help Me ! » Finding x,y cordinates of a point on a circle » 2005-08-03 04:18:02

I don't understand the second part, but for the first that point is on a circle to. The only thing wich modyfies is the angle and r.

It is not tested yet but i hope it will work


#16 Re: Help Me ! » Finding x,y cordinates of a point on a circle » 2005-08-02 23:01:03

@ mathsyperson

yes that makes sense, i'll see if that will do the thing. And thanks

@ MathsIsFun

actualy it is 2D becuase flash(swish in this case) doesn't support 3D and the 3D is faked here by making the z coordinate in function by x and y.

The initial planes were for them to be tubes but that means not to change this problem. And when i say tubes i mean a rectangle with gradient fill.

Thanks guys for the replys


#17 Help Me ! » Finding x,y cordinates of a point on a circle » 2005-08-02 19:33:15

Replies: 12

Hello guys, this looks like a great community.

I have a problem with finding the coridnates of a point.

To see better this is what i'm working on this in flash. The lines connecting should not go from the back of the one on top to the "back" of the one on the bottom.

So someone suggested me to find the point where the line hits the surface.

I made this drawing while trying to find it:

So basicaly i know the center x and y, i know the radius and angle and i need to calculte points A x and y.

Thank you very much


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