draw_text_ext_transformed(x, y, string, sep, w, xscale, yscale, angle);
|x||The x coordinate of the drawn string.|
|y||The y coordinate of the drawn string.|
|string||The string to draw.|
|sep||The distance in pixels between lines of text.|
|w||The maximum width in pixels of the string before a line break.|
|xscale||The horizontal scale.|
|yscale||The vertical scale.|
|angle||The angle of the text.|
This function is a combination of the base draw_text function with the draw_text_ext and draw_text_transformed
functions, permitting you to scale and rotate text while
maintaining a specific line spacing and maximum width per line.
Note that the "width" argument is based on a scale of 1, so if the
scale is different, this value should be changed proportionally.
For example, if the base width for a line break is 300 and you set
the scale to 2, then the text will appear wrong, over-running the
given width. Instead you should have set the width to 150 to
compensate the scaling.
image_angle += 1;
draw_text_ext_transformed(room_width / 2, room_height / 2, keyboard_string, 10, 300, 2, 2, image_angle);
The above code will draw the given text in the middle of the room, with a maximum string length of 300 pixels, a spacing between each line of 10 pixels, spinning round and scaled to twice its original size.