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Alian Vesuf

C++ SFML Spritesheet Animation

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Nice tutorial buddy. Not a fan of your code layout (feels very cramped) but a nice tutorial nonetheless :) 

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I'm sure it is meant to be helpfull and with all good intentions, but as stated in the FAQ, this forum is for beginner questions and not for posting tutorials and the like. Threads like this are likely to be closed.

 

It's probably better to post this as an article or something.

 

Good luck though!

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I'm sure it is meant to be helpfull and with all good intentions, but as stated in the FAQ, this forum is for beginner questions and not for posting tutorials and the like. Threads like this are likely to be closed.

 

It's probably better to post this as an article or something.

 

Good luck though!

Ok sorry for that. But this is just basic wrapper class, and i don't have to make an article for it right, since articles need to be more completed and full written. Since this section is for beginners then so this tutorial is intended for beginners, and the class is to help beginners easily animate their sprites.
 

 

Nice tutorial buddy. Not a fan of your code layout (feels very cramped) but a nice tutorial nonetheless smile.png

Well it does the work right. Everyone has its own style of wrapping and writing code and this is mine. I feel more comfortable to write full
lines without using shortcuts so that i can totally understand what i did. And i like to have spaces and clear view between functions brackets etc.
Anyway thanks :) glad it helped

 

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Ok sorry for that. But this is just basic wrapper class, and i don't have to make an article for it right, since articles need to be more completed and full written. Since this section is for beginners then so this tutorial is intended for beginners, and the class is to help beginners easily animate their sprites.

 

Just mentioning it because I've seen it before (helpful topics that aren't really questions being locked) due to forum policy. Perhaps I'm over thinking it, but I just wanted to give you a heads up it might happen. :)

 

Perhaps an article is a tad to much, and making a post in your announcements is something you can do (in case it really gets locked). Either way, it was just a heads up. :)

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