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AppGameKit Classic Chat / Clip Sprites together when "in-range"

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DannyD
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Posted: 23rd Apr 2019 16:04
I'm busy with a little block building educational "game"
Pieces can be added together to build various shapes.
Left Click - add a new "object"
right click, rotate the object in 45 deg increments
Drag the sprite bottom left - delete the sprite

Bars can be added.
Is there some guru's who can give some advice on how to "CLIP" the parts together?
If a "bar" is correctly rotated and in range of the other object, it "clip" in position
See the attached video

Thanks

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Kevin Cross
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Posted: 23rd Apr 2019 16:10
Can't help with the problem. Just wanted to say it looks like an interesting project.
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Phaelax
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Posted: 24th Apr 2019 01:56
What I would do is make a series of anchor points on each piece. If two anchors are close together then snap! I can write something up if can send me a few images to work with. How many degrees do they rotate at a time?
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Posted: 24th Apr 2019 03:03
Looking at the video it's 45 degree increments. I extracted a cog and joint from the video. Hope that is ok

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