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Hi there,
I'm using voxatron from a few weeks, as Pico-8 it's really fun. I'm using directly LUA instead the editor itself.
I've read the lua_api and Voxatron Designer User Manual documents but I've some questions.

  1. Is there any way to export to linux/mac/win/html?
  2. Could be possible to export to raspberry pi?
  3. Can I deactivate the default sound of cursor/z/x keys?
  4. How can I use draw_voxmap using an angle but without alter the original color of the vox? For instance, if I have a multicolor voxel and I want to apply 0.5 angle I must use:
    draw_voxmap("mivox",32,32,32,color,0.5)
    But if I use a color number, the voxel uses a flat color instead it's original colors. Is there a way to use the original colors of the vox?

Thanks in advance.
Best regards.

P#89594 2021-03-26 06:51 ( Edited 2021-03-26 06:52)

:: merwok

1: I think HTML export is planned, given that this already works on the BBS, native binaries maybe probably?

2: I don’t know if raspis have enough power to render voxatron

4: Try passing 'nil' for the color param and see if voxatron accepts that with the same meaning as no argument passed.

P#89614 2021-03-26 15:12

Thank you for your answers, @merwok.
I hope that voxatron gets binary export in order to spread exe files at least for linux/mac/win.
Use the nil value as parameter in draw_voxmap works like a charm!
Thanks for your help!

P#89617 2021-03-26 15:23
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Hi all,
Finally I was able to remove the sounds when pressing the movement/actions keys. I think they are due to the default actor in the initial room. It was enough to delete the room and the pre-created object folders and create a new empty room. Now I can use and move my objects without the background sounds.
Hope this can be of help to someone.
Best regards!

EDIT: an easier way to do it, select the default actor in the left frame and press "d" to delete it :)

P#89870 2021-04-02 16:54 ( Edited 2021-04-02 18:13)

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