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SpriterDotNet A simple, fast and efficient Spriter implementation in pure C#. Feature complete. About The goal of SpriterDotNet is to be as fast as possible while keeping the code clean and readable. Being a pure C# implementation, SpriterDotNet doesn't depend on any external libraries / frameworks. It focuses on simple and efficient calculations of all transforms at a given point in time. This allows using it with any framework just by mapping calculated transforms to concrete objects. Supported Features Basic animations Bone animations All curve types (Instant, Linear, Quadratic, Cubic, Quartic, Quintic, Bezier) Points Collision Rectangles SubEntities Events Sounds Variables Tags Character maps Animation blending Plugins / Examples Unity MonoGame Source Code GitHub Repository
Hello all, I apologize if I am posting in the wrong place. I am working on a game using the Trixt0r XNA implementation of Spriter to display objects. The other night I discovered that bones & sprites which had negative X_scale values were failing to render in game. --> Are there any known solutions or workarounds? Any help with this issue would be greatly appreciated. Edit: As a workaround I replaced the bones and sprites that had negative Xscale. Spriter is an excellent tool and I am very thankful for its existence, even in its early state, and Trixt0r for his open source implementations which have saved me months of work. :mrgreen: