Howto rotate a Sprite after resizing the Sprite with setBounds ? (LIBGDX)

Howto rotate a Sprite after resizing the Sprite with setBounds ? (LIBGDX)

By : alncat
Date : October 25 2020, 09:10 AM
may help you . setCenter(x, y) set the position of the Sprite so it is centered to this position:
code :
/** Sets the position so that the sprite is centered on (x, y) */
public void setCenter(float x, float y){
/** Sets the origin in relation to the sprite's position for scaling and rotation. */
public void setOrigin (float originX, float originY) {

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libgdx - sprite does not rotate

libgdx - sprite does not rotate

By : Brian
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this helpful for you This is the create() Method: , Using
code :
Rotate a Sprite around another Sprite -libGDX-

Rotate a Sprite around another Sprite -libGDX-

By : Angel
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish did fix the issue. I can't test right now but I think the rotation of the line should simply be:
Math.atan2(rotatedPoint.getOriginX() - middlePoint.getOriginX(), rotatedPoint.getOriginY() - middlePoint.getOriginY()));
How to rotate a sprite around the origin of another sprite in LibGDX?

How to rotate a sprite around the origin of another sprite in LibGDX?

By : fau patrick
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
seems to work fine You have the center of your sprite and the another sprite. You can calculate the distance between them. Once you have it and the angle of the rotation, you rotate your sprite and you calculate the position of the another sprite. If its in the right position you rotate the another sprite by the negative value of your angle.
cannot rotate my sprite in libgdx

cannot rotate my sprite in libgdx

By : user7107095
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this helpful for you Sprite holds the geometry, color, and texture information for drawing 2D sprite. In geometry, it carry sprite position, size, rotation and scale.
By using below method you're only passing position and size of player Sprite.
code :
game.batch.draw(atlas2.findRegion("player"), player.getPosition().x, player.getPosition().y, player.PLAYER_DIMENSION , player.PLAYER_DIMENSION);
TextureAtlas atlas2=....;
Sprite player=new Sprite(atlas2.findRegion("player"));
public class Player extends Sprite {

   public Player(TextureRegion region){    // <- Add this constructor 
Player player=new Player(atlas2.findRegion("player");
LibGDX: Sprite.setBounds doesn't work correctly with volatile coordinates and InputAdapter

LibGDX: Sprite.setBounds doesn't work correctly with volatile coordinates and InputAdapter

By : tizianhuber
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
help you fix your problem So, I sequentially compared the XY coordinates of the image and the mouse click point and came to the conclusion that InputAdaper and Sprite consider Y differently - from above and from below. Therefore, X always coincided, and Y had a big difference in values.
As a result, I entered two corrected coordinates xPos \ yPos (Y subtracted from the total field height) for the center of the pic and in the touchDown() method, instead of comparing with BoundRectangle, simply compared the difference in the coordinates of the pic and the click modulo. If the result into the image size range - everything is ok.
code :
   public void render(SpriteBatch batch, float radius, float boost) {
    speed+=boost; // rotational speed
    nextX = radius * (float) Math.cos(speed); // Offset step X
    nextY = radius * (float) Math.sin(speed); // Offset step Y

    // set image size and position
    img.setBounds(startPosition.x+nextX, startPosition.y+nextY, 100, 100);

    // Corrected coordinates of the image for InputAdapter coordinate system
    xPos = img.getX()+img.getWidth()/2;
    yPos = Gdx.graphics.getHeight()-img.getY()- img.getHeight()/2;

    // Check the coincidence of the coordinates of the image area and the click point
    Gdx.input.setInputProcessor(new InputAdapter(){
        public boolean touchDown(int screenX, int screenY, int pointer, int button) {
            if((Math.abs(xPos-screenX)<=img.getWidth()) && (Math.abs(yPos-screenY)<=img.getHeight()))
            {System.out.println("Image Clicked");}
            return true;
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