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CronoTrig

Pixel Offset in Isometric View [SOLVED]

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I need to figure out a cartesian coord offset value (x and y) between 2 points, given the isometric coordinates. This picture illustrates my point better. http://snoxd.com/david/offrel.png I need to find out a relationship between the pink and the black (given the black coordinates) at any given point on the map. Edit: Yeah, I figured it out. Really simple, too. I'm probably working way too much on this, gotta get some rest. Thanks for the response, though. [Edited by - CronoTrig on April 2, 2006 5:52:23 PM]

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