Move

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Description

move(node_id, x)
move(node_id, x, y)
move(node_id, x, y, width)
move(node_id, x, y, width, height)
move(node_id, x, y, width, height, animation_type) (from AM/AP 4.0)
move(node_id, x, y, width, height, animation_type, animation_speed) (from AM/AP 4.0)

move is used to move an object. This can be an image, text, switch, button, joystick, slider, dial, scroll wheel or a map.

Return value

This function won't return any value.

Arguments

# Argument Type Description
1 node_id ID Node identifier. This number can be obtained by calling functions like img_add or txt_add.
2 x Number (Optional) This is the most left point of the canvas where your object should be shown.
3 y Number (Optional) This is the most top point of the canvas where your object should be shown.
4 width Number (Optional) The new width of the object.
5 height Number (Optional) The new height of the object
6 animation_type String (Optional) Can be 'OFF', 'LINEAR' or 'LOG'.
7 animation_speed Float (Optional) Animation speed. Between 1.0 (Fastest) and 0.0 (Slowest)

Example (Simple)

-- Add an image
myimage1 = img_add_fullscreen("myimage1.png")

-- Move image1 to x,y = 100,100, width=200, height=250
move(myimage1, 100, 100, 200, 250 )

-- Move image1 to x=200
-- Note that using 'nil' will ignore that parameter (last value will be preserved)
move(myimage1, 200, nil, nil, nil )

Example (Animation)

-- Add an image
myimage1 = img_add_fullscreen("myimage1.png")

-- Enable animation
move(myimage1, nil, nil, nil, nil, "LOG", 0.04)

-- Any move done at this point will be animated
move(myimage1, 0, 0, 256, 256)