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proposal: loading the mirror image of a node

Norfren

In some situations, for example when wandering in tunnels, corridors, etc.,
the number of available different nodes could be doubled without adding new
images if the left/right or front/back mirror image of a node could be
directly loaded (by appropriatly swapping or mirroring x-y coordinates in
the loading procedure, developers know it better, how). Now it can be done
only by a bit complex way.    
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Re: proposal: loading the mirror image of a node

cwalther
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Norfren wrote:
> In some situations, for example when wandering in tunnels, corridors, etc.,
> the number of available different nodes could be doubled without adding new
> images if the left/right or front/back mirror image of a node could be
> directly loaded (by appropriatly swapping or mirroring x-y coordinates in
> the loading procedure, developers know it better, how). Now it can be done
> only by a bit complex way.

That's a good idea, and is implemented now! Here's how to use it:
http://pipmak.svn.sourceforge.net/viewvc/pipmak/trunk/pipmak/documentation/Reference.tex?r1=230&r2=229&pathrev=230

Comments on the implementation are welcome.

 -Christian

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