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  • Shape recieved from getHullBounds() method doesn't follow moving object.


    VladX
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    It is expected that shape recieved from getHullBounds() method doesn't follow moving object? 

    getBountingBox() is following after moving object, also tile but hull bounds only have actual rotation of observed object. Shape of the model also doesn't move.

    It's a bug or not?

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    Draw Lines colors:
    Whilte - BoundingBox
    Yellow - Tile
    Red - Model shape
    Green - HullBounds

    Maybe i do something wrong to recieve actual model? That occurs ofcourse when is don't get new Object, but what for if tiles and rectangle are updated?

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    			Iterator<Entity> et = entitiesToPaint.iterator();
    			while (et.hasNext()) {
    				Entity entity = et.next();
    					g.setColor(Color.YELLOW);
    					g.draw(entity.getTile().getPolygon());
    
    					g.setColor(Color.WHITE);
    					g.draw(entity.getBoundingBox());
    
    					Model model = entity.getModel();
    					model = model.update(model);// what it do?
    
    					g.setColor(Color.RED);
    					model.drawWireFrame(g); 
    
    					g.setColor(Color.GREEN);
    					Point p = entity.getClickablePoint();
    					g.drawRect((int) p.getX() - 5, (int) p.getY() - 5, 10, 10);
    
    					g.setColor(Color.BLUE);
    					g.draw(model.getHullBounds(0.78f));
    
    					Point center = model.calculateCenterPoint();
    					int x = (int) Math.round(center.getX());
    					int y = (int) Math.round(center.getY());
    
    					g.setColor(Color.CYAN);
    					g.drawString("x", x - 2, y + 4);
    					g.setColor(Color.WHITE);
    					g.drawRect(x - 1, y - 1, 2, 2);
    			}

     

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