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**~Dannyboy~****~hoqhuue(|~**- From: Melbourne, Australia
- Registered: 2009-10-02
- Posts: 21
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Based on my recent topic at the GMC, I put together this script. As it is based on both "draw_rectangle_inverted" and "polygon_area" I borrowed the comments from them, I hope that's OK.

```
/*
** Usage:
** draw_polygon_inverted(polygon)
**
** Arguments:
** polygon ds_list containing XY coordinate pairs defining
** the shape of a polygon {x0,y0,x1,y1,...,xn,yn}
**
** Returns:
** nothing, inverts the given polygonal area of the screen
**
** Notes:
** Polygons are closed figures, the first point in the polygon
** will also be considered the last point in the polygon.
** Polygons must be simple, which means they can not have
** edges that cross each other.
**
** Resets blending mode to normal.
**
** GMLscripts.com
*/
{
var polygon, i, j, x1, y1;
polygon = argument0;
j = ds_list_size(polygon);
draw_set_blend_mode_ext(bm_inv_dest_color, bm_inv_src_color);
draw_primitive_begin(pr_trianglefan);
for (i = 0; i < j; i += 2)
{
x1 = ds_list_find_value(polygon, i);
y1 = ds_list_find_value(polygon, i + 1)
draw_vertex_color(x1, y1, c_white, 1);
}
draw_primitive_end();
draw_set_blend_mode(bm_normal);
}
```

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**RaiSoleil****Member**- Registered: 2009-08-02
- Posts: 16

Careful of the alpha there. When drawing to a surface, inverting with an alpha of 1 will flip the alpha channel too, which might not be what you want.

Also, pr_trianglefan only?

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**xot****Administrator**- Registered: 2007-08-18
- Posts: 1,240

Also, pr_trianglefan only?

Amazingly, that's all you need for this. See the linked topic above or click here.

*Abusing forum power since 1986.*

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**RaiSoleil****Member**- Registered: 2009-08-02
- Posts: 16

Ah, intriguing idea. I'll need to fiddle with this some more . . . seems like it should mesh with my AA engine pretty well.

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