Luke Briggs

Upgraded curved text example to new JS

......@@ -22,16 +22,16 @@ body{
<div id='title'>Curved Text Can Be Animated Too</div>
<script type='text/nitro'>
<script type='text/javascript'>
// NOTE: foreach(var letter in title.letters){} is generally better than the below.
// Arch settings:
var maxHeight=50f;
var maxAngle=25f;
var maxHeight=50;
var maxAngle=25;
// Grab the title:
var title=(document.getElementById("title")):HtmlElement;
var title=document.getElementById("title");
// Split it up into its individual letters (so each one is its own element):
......@@ -39,28 +39,28 @@ title.lettering();
// How many letters?
var letterCount=title.letterCount;
var angle=0f;
var angle=0;
var deltaAngle=(2f * Mathf.PI)/(letterCount-1):float;
var deltaAngle=(2 * Math.PI)/(letterCount-1);
// Arch each one individually:
for(var i=0;i<letterCount;i++){
// Grab the letter:
var ele=(title.childNodes[i]):HtmlElement;
var ele=title.childNodes[i];
// Tell them to rotate around their midpoint:"50% 50%";"relative";
// Get the rotation as a string in degrees:
var rotation=(mathf.Cos(angle)*maxAngle)+"deg";
var rotation=(Math.cos(angle)*maxAngle)+"deg";
// Get the top offset as a string in degrees:
var top=(mathf.Sin(angle)*maxHeight)+"px";
var top=(Math.sin(angle)*maxHeight)+"px";
// Animate there now (using the "ease" CSS function):
// Increase the angle: