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- Mar 31, 2013
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Question (Short version): How does VS create the rectangle fills in this window?
Question (Long version): I am looking to create some background fills in my own status window, somewhat similar to this layout (The selected item/it's type/# in possession, the stats and how the item changes them, all condensed). How do I go about making the rectangle fills within?
* So I do know about bitmap.fillRect() function, and I also know about the rmmz_windows.js pre-made itemLineRect(index) functions, etc
* What I'm mostly looking for (Especially if the VS team wants to answer this) is which method was used, assuming the window doesn't have any "lines" to draw in, would probably use the custom fillRect() I'd assume. Is there a formula used in spacing them out so evenly, or was it just trial and error?
Note: I did want to add however, that the intention of this question was strictly for the back rectangles for the content. It is not intended to steal/copy VS work nor ask for instructions, "make this for me", or information about the other content within the window (I already know how to draw the icons, names, change colors, centering, etc). Just mainly wondering how to make that nicely formed grid of rectangles..