What is Faster? (solved)

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  • Just a Resource comparison question.

    I am making a Menu.

    What is faster, making each button move to a new Layout. Or changing the Layout on Button Pressed ?

    Edit:   I would think Making new Layouts if Faster and Better because then i don't have to import so many Sprites for every Button

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    I make a Menu.

    If you press a Button, it will move you to another Menu Screen.

    Better with Layout per Menu Screen and (move to layout)   or by changing the layout by for example   Make visible / invisible or Move stuff arround

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  • I think it's easier and even "faster" to just change Layouts - that's what they are for

  • Better for you than changing layout would be to make one big layout with seperate windows menu and then just scroll around the layout...but it's still a crazy idea :D

    but for menus there are a lot of options. For example make sprite with different frames setups - frame 1 - help, frame 2 - exit...

    You could even make objects visible/invisible depends on their actual state. But changing layout it's not a good idea.

  • Ok :p

    Changing Layout = Bad and Good... xD

  • There's no problem in recreating the GUI objects on each layout.

  • There's no problem in recreating the GUI objects on each layout.

    Oh yeah i know :p

    That's the point, with different layouts i might be able to reuse more Sprites.

    But i was not sure if changing the layout or something else is best for the performance.

  • It's up to you, neither is faster/slower, but you might find it more convenient to use different layouts.

  • Hm.. and why should i belive you?

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    Allright Solved i think :)

    I decided to use both btw. Since i have a inventory <- Visible / invisible

    And i have Menu <- Layouts

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