This is being wierd, that's the best way I can explain it

I referenced p5.js and p5.dom.js and, of course, Evolution.js

Evolution.js:

var img;
var X;
var Y;
var noclipspeed = 20
var Z
var shp
var shpi
var speed
var freecam = false
var XR = 0
var YR = 0
var debug = true
function preload() {
town = loadImage('./assets/town.png');
BG = loadImage('./assets/BG.png');
X = random(-250,250)
Y = random(-250,250)
Z = 1
shop = loadImage('./assets/shop.png')
hax = loadImage('./assets/hax.png')
cursor(CROSS)
}


function setup() {
 createCanvas(1905,1065,WEBGL);
}


function draw() {
  rotateY(XR)
  rotateX(YR)
  cursor(CROSS)
  keyPressed()
  translate(0,0,10000)
  texture(hax)
  plane(10000,10000)
  translate(0,0,-10000)
  translate(0,0,-10000)
  texture(BG)
  plane(10000000,1000000)
  texture(town)
  translate(0,0,10000)
  translate(X-1000,Y-1000,Z)
  plane(950,567)
  translate(800,750)
  texture(shop)
  plane(100,100)
  if(freecam === false) {
  if (Z>577) {
  Z = 577
} else if (Z < -2600) {
  Z = -2600
} else if (Z === 0 ) {
 Z = 1
}
}
if (shpi === 1) {
Z = 577
X = -814.219833927416
Y = -751.7183831208923
}
if (noclipspeed < 10) {
noclipspeed = 10
}
}

function keyPressed() {
 if (keyIsDown(70)) {
   fullscreen(1)
} else if (keyIsDown(78)) {
   fullscreen(0)
} else if (keyIsDown(79)) {
    freecam = true
  } else if (keyIsDown(76)) {
    freecam = false
    XR = 0
    YR = 0
  } else if (keyIsDown(113)) {
saveCanvas("EvolutionTST","png")
}
 if (freecam === false) {
 XR = 0
 YR = 0
 if (keyIsDown(65)) {
    X+=10;
  } else if (keyIsDown(68)) {
    X-=10;
  } else if (keyIsDown(87)) {
    Y+=10;
  } else if (keyIsDown(83)) {
    Y-=10;
  } else if (keyIsDown(70)) {
   fullscreen(1)
  } else if (keyIsDown(78)) {
   fullscreen(0)
  }
} else {
 if (keyIsDown(65)) {
    X += noclipspeed
} else if (keyIsDown(68)) {
    X -= noclipspeed
} else if (keyIsDown(87)) {
    Z += noclipspeed
} else if (keyIsDown(83)) {
    Z -= noclipspeed
} else if (keyIsDown(32)) {
    Y += noclipspeed
} else if (keyIsDown(16)) {
    Y -= noclipspeed
} else if (keyIsDown(39)) {
    XR += 0.05
} else if (keyIsDown(37)) {
    XR -= 0.05
} else if (keyIsDown(38)) {
    YR -= 0.05
} else if (keyIsDown(40)) {
    YR += 0.05
} else if (keyIsDown(107)) {
    noclipspeed += 10
} else if (keyIsDown(109)) {
    noclipspeed -= 10
} 
}
}

function mouseWheel(event) {
   Z -= event.delta
}

Answers

  • Need to explain this just a bit more... what is weird? What steps to follow to see for this oddity? Also, you have keyIsDown(40). We need to check what key is 40... not cool. These are magic numbers and should be avoid it. Instead either create constants with proper labels or reference the char value, as in '('.

    Kf

  • What were you attempting to do? What happened instead? What was surprising about what happened?

    • "I cooked this thing, but it is being weird."
      • "What were you trying to cook? How is this different from that?"
    • "I painted this thing, but it is being weird."
      • "What were you trying to paint? How is this different from that"

    Put that info in your post -- and indicate it in the title.

  • Start by hitting ctrl-t to get auto format in processing please

  • edited June 10

    I am making a plane that you can scroll with items on it with an optinal freecam that lets you move around in a 3d style and not a 2.5D one, but every frame is copied onto the next so it is next to impossible to play.

  • At the start of draw () say background (0); or so to clear the entire screen

    The idea is to draw everything new for every frame

  • there is a new forum you might want to go there

    https://discourse.processing.org/categories

  • every frame is copied onto the next so it is next to impossible to play.

    As @Chrisir points out, you need to call background():

    This function is typically used within draw() to clear the display window at the beginning of each frame

    For future questions, I would also encourage switching to the new forum....

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