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12-17-16, 01:29 AM   #1
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[LUA]Need help making rectangular buttons on masque without stretching the icon

As the title says, I'm trying to create a skin for Masque that makes my action buttons rectangular without having to resort to simply distorting the icon.

This is what I'd like to achieve:


I tried used SetTextCoord to try and crop the top and bottom of the button but the texture gets all messed up. See image bellow:


This is the part of the code I modified. The rest is from Masque's Zoomed skin:

Code:
	Icon = {
		Width = 36,
		Height = 27,
		TexCoords = {0,0,0.75,0.75},
	},
Lua Code:
  1. local _, Core = ...
  2.  
  3. Core:AddSkin("Zoomed", {
  4.     Author = "JJSheets, StormFX",
  5.     Version = "7.1.0",
  6.     Masque_Version = 60201,
  7.     Shape = "Square",
  8.     Backdrop = {
  9.         Hide = true,
  10.     },
  11.     Icon = {
  12.         Width = 36,
  13.         Height = 27,
  14.         TexCoords = {0,0,0.75,0.75},
  15.     },
  16.     Flash = {
  17.         Width = 36,
  18.         Height = 36,
  19.         Texture = [[Interface\Buttons\UI-QuickslotRed]],
  20.     },
  21.     Cooldown = {
  22.         Width = 36,
  23.         Height = 36,
  24.     },
  25.     ChargeCooldown = {
  26.         Width = 36,
  27.         Height = 36,
  28.     },
  29.     Pushed = {
  30.         Width = 36,
  31.         Height = 36,
  32.         Texture = [[Interface\Buttons\UI-Quickslot-Depress]],
  33.     },
  34.     Normal = {
  35.         Hide = true,
  36.     },
  37.     Disabled = {
  38.         Hide = true,
  39.     },
  40.     Checked = {
  41.         Width = 38,
  42.         Height = 38,
  43.         BlendMode = "ADD",
  44.         Texture = [[Interface\Buttons\CheckButtonHilight]],
  45.     },
  46.     Border = {
  47.         Width = 66,
  48.         Height = 66,
  49.         OffsetX = 0.5,
  50.         OffsetY = 0.5,
  51.         BlendMode = "ADD",
  52.         Texture = [[Interface\Buttons\UI-ActionButton-Border]],
  53.     },
  54.     Gloss = {
  55.         Hide = true,
  56.     },
  57.     AutoCastable = {
  58.         Width = 66,
  59.         Height = 66,
  60.         OffsetX = 0.5,
  61.         OffsetY = -0.5,
  62.         Texture = [[Interface\Buttons\UI-AutoCastableOverlay]],
  63.     },
  64.     Highlight = {
  65.         Width = 36,
  66.         Height = 36,
  67.         BlendMode = "ADD",
  68.         Texture = [[Interface\Buttons\ButtonHilight-Square]],
  69.     },
  70.     Name = {
  71.         Width = 36,
  72.         Height = 10,
  73.         OffsetY = 3,
  74.     },
  75.     Count = {
  76.         Width = 36,
  77.         Height = 10,
  78.         OffsetX = -2,
  79.         OffsetY = 4,
  80.     },
  81.     HotKey = {
  82.         Width = 36,
  83.         Height = 10,
  84.         OffsetX = -2,
  85.         OffsetY = -4,
  86.     },
  87.     Duration = {
  88.         Width = 36,
  89.         Height = 10,
  90.         OffsetY = -3,
  91.     },
  92.     Shine = {
  93.         Width = 34,
  94.         Height = 34,
  95.         OffsetX = 0.5,
  96.         OffsetY = -0.5
  97.     },
  98. })

PS. I know about Masque Ractangle, but as I said, the process it's author used to make the action buttons rectangular was by stretching the icon. I'd rather just crop the top and/or bottom and not distort it.

Any ideas how I might accomplish this? I appreciate any help you can give me!
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