[Haskell-cafe] rotate image
h._h._h._ at hotmail.com
Fri Aug 28 22:28:53 EDT 2009
Thanks for your answers and your time, but I fear that I didn't described
the problem accurately enough.
The background is in the window created with gtk2hs (windowNew). It's just a
fixed layout (fixedNew):
bg <- imageNewFromFile "bg.jpg"
fixedPut fBox bg (0,0)
If I now create the new image (with imageNewFromFile "my.png") with it's
alpha values, I can put it somewhere via fixedPut, and the other image is
just covered where it should be, but I can't rotate the image.
So cairo and the surface come into play. This works as well, the surface has
it's alpha values where it should, but a drawingArea created with
drawingAreaNew has a rectangular shape and a color.
This is the problem.
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