from direct.gui.OnscreenImage import OnscreenImage
OnscreenImage module: contains the OnscreenImage class.
See the OnscreenImage page in the programming manual for explanation of this class.
OnscreenImage(image=None, pos=None, hpr=None, scale=None, color=None, parent=None, sort=0)¶
__init__(self, image=None, pos=None, hpr=None, scale=None, color=None, parent=None, sort=0)¶
Make a image node from string or a
NodePath, put it into the 2-D scene graph and set it up with all the indicated parameters.
image – the actual geometry to display or a file name. This may be omitted and specified later via setImage() if you don’t have it available.
pos – the x, y, z position of the geometry on the screen. This maybe a 3-tuple of floats or a vector. y should be zero
hpr – the h, p, r of the geometry on the screen. This maybe a 3-tuple of floats or a vector.
scale – the size of the geometry. This may either be a single float, a 3-tuple of floats, or a vector, specifying a different x, y, z scale. y should be 1
color – the (r, g, b, a) color of the geometry. This is normally a 4-tuple of floats or ints.
parent – the NodePath to parent the geometry to initially.
configure(self, option=None, **kw)¶
setImage(self, image, parent=(empty), transform=None, sort=0)¶