Resize a tilemap object without affecting drawn tiles

  • Hello, a question about the tilemap object.

    When I change the map size the tiles are displaced but I need the tiles remain in place.

    After the left enlarged.

    I mean I need to resize the tilemap without affecting the position of the tiles drawn.

    Can this be done ?, How ?.

  • There are two solutions :

    1- When you place the tilemap, don't work on it first, but crop it perfectly before using it

    2- Make the tilemap with a program like "Tiled", you will be able to edit it freely

  • Know tiled but then have to import a TMX file using a plugin, if I'm right.

    What happens is that not quite understand the operation of this plugin, maybe later ask the author of the plugin.

    The plugin which I refer is rex.tmx_importerV2.

    For now I will continue moving forward with the first tip.

    ¡Thanks!.

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  • Your problem seems to be the opposite of what you are saying..

    The tiles arent displaced, they still start counting from the top left as intended..

  • You may be some confusion with my English, sorry, I try to do the best I can.

    The problem is that, for example, if I start to create a map in the lower right corner and later need to enlarge it to the left, then the tiles are moved when I add space to the left.

    Tiled has the characteristic that when resize the map, lets you keep focused.

  • Yep that's just the way the tilemap editor works unfortunately. But no you don't need an import plugin. You might need to expand the tilemap editor window but there is a button to import tmx right into the tilemap you are working on.

  • Yep that's just the way the tilemap editor works unfortunately. But no you don't need an import plugin. You might need to expand the tilemap editor window but there is a button to import tmx right into the tilemap you are working on.

    Ah, I've seen that button, thank you!.

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