I'm a newbie to both python and graphics programming. I recently took
a course in both, and thought that I was ready to work on a major
program. Boy, was I wrong. I currently have an ongoing project that
renders multiple objects to the screen (i.e. a line with two endpoints
-- all are separate entites rendered to the screen such that it appears
to be one object). I'm currently trying to move one single endpoint
and then update the line accordingly. Currently, my "move" function
translates the entire scene as one entity. Can anyone help me move a
single endpoint of the line and then update the drawing?
BTW, to determine what entity that I have picked, I am implementing the
selection buffer. That part seems to be working fine for selection and
Research Assistant, HPCC
M.S. Computational Engineering
Mississipp State University
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