H.D.I calculate the absolute position relative to the canvas

  • Hi Folks,

    I use the following simple formular to calculate the absolute positon of a touch relative to the size of the canvas window:

    Touch.AbsoluteX/(WindowWidth/1280)[/code:8fkdz5tq]
    screenshot: [url=http://gyazo.com/55bf28b8fceb6c3767333e788df5e85d]http://gyazo.com/55bf28b8fceb6c3767333e788df5e85d[/url]
    (my project is 1280 px width)
    
    which works like a charm on my desktop in every possible window size! 
    
    the problem is it does not work on mobile! for example if i test on my z1 compact (which has a 1280px width screen) the most right position is displayed with 640. which is exact halv.  but the formular should return 1280/(1280/1280) = 1280!
    i am helpless here <img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/icon_e_sad.gif" alt=":(" title="Sad"> ive get similar results if i test on my s2... but on desktops i can resize windows as i want, everything gets calculated fine with every windowsize...
    
    Kind Regards 
    Patrick
  • as i couldnt find a solution i replaced the slider with 2 buttons and simple is in touch... but i would to know if there is an solution for future projects

    Regards

    Patrick

  • Couldn't you just use touch.X instead of converting touch.absoluteX?

    Touch.x gives you the x on the layout.

    You can also use Touch.X("layer") to get an x relative to a layer. If you want a position on a hud layer that doesn't scroll, this would do it.

    If you're intent on finding why

    Touch.AbsoluteX/(WindowWidth/1280) is equal to 640 instead of 1280, take a look at the values of Touch.AbsoluteX and WindowWidth. It could be a high dpi feature of your mobile or something of that effect. There's a project setting for that that you could probably fiddle with.

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  • R0J0hound Touch.X("layer") that would have been the solution! didnt know about this function though

    Thank you so much for helping me out here!

    Kind regards

    Patrick

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