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X and Y

Provided the offset of the image in direction X and Y.

x and y

Cannot be used by itself; it is meaningless unless you combine it with functions like gravity, layer, etc.

Parameters

  • integer [px]; can be negative and positive; can be from outside the base location of the image

Limitations

  • This transformation does not have any limitations.

Dependencies

Examples

See the following examples about the possible ways of usage.

Setting X coordinate

w:200/x:50_l:lo:steve/g:face/w:50_ro:max/l:end
use shardimage\shardimagephp\factories\Transformation;
$transformations = (new Transformation())->width(200)->group()->x(50)->overlay('steve')->group()->gFace()->group()->width(50)->roundMax()->end();

Setting X and Y coordinates

w:200/g:br_x:10_y:10_l:lo:steve/g:face/w:50_ro:max/l:end
use shardimage\shardimagephp\factories\Transformation;
$transformations = (new Transformation())->width(200)->group()->gBottomRight()->x(10)->y(10)->overlay('steve')->group()->gFace()->group()->width(50)->roundMax()->end();

w:200/g:br_x:-10_y:-10_l:lo:steve/g:face/w:50_ro:max/l:end
use shardimage\shardimagephp\factories\Transformation;
$transformations = (new Transformation())->width(200)->group()->gBottomRight()->x(-10)->y(-10)->overlay('steve')->group()->gFace()->group()->width(50)->roundMax()->end();
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