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That's not possible because as soon as rotation comes into play, it's not easily possible to scale to a pixel-perfect size. There will always be some inaccuracies. But that shouldn't be a problem really... if you really need a perfect pixel size, you can use a clip region when drawing the brush.
It means recreating Hollywood using Hollywood, i.e. you use Hollywood to create your own programming language. You would only have to write the plain program logic because you could then just "wrap" all commands to point to the Hollywood API. This would be a wrapper. Of course the license doesn't al...
This is just a precaution to prevent that anyone is creating some sort of wrapper tool with Hollywood. This could be done because Hollywood is so dynamic. I've already written down in the guide that wrappers-are-forbidden but it's very hard to define in legal terms what would be considered a wrapper...
That's not possible because Hollywood requires high level AHI control which is only available exclusively. It is an AHI limitation. But there should be an AHI unit which works around this.. it's called "Device audio". Not sure if it's available on OS4, but MorphOS has it.
- Fri Apr 16, 2010 10:50 am
- Forum: Hollywood bugs
- Topic: ShowDisplay() fails if display outside of visible screen
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Ok, I've fixed this now. The reason why this error occurred is that the OS4 window manager itself refuses to open windows that are partly outside the screen boundaries. I've changed this now so that these windows are adapted automatically to appear inside the screen boundaries.