I am back with just a quick question . I have created a crosshair like below:
What I want to know is there anyway to add a secondary (outline) colour to the 4 crosshair reticles I have? Like for example if you look at a white object the crosshair main colour blends into the white making it not visible.
Hi @nasjarta! I think the easiest way is to use a crosshairs image that has already an outline. I found a couple of them on the web. You could also use square images with on top a smaller square image. And if that’s not working for you then you could use the letter ‘l’ because you can add outline on font.
If you don’t want to have 2 separate images for your crosshair (with with outline and one without) You could consider searching for or creating an SVG of your crosshair and using IcoMoon to create a font file with it.
@Albertos Nice alternatives, I will be sure to try all.
@eproasim So for what I understand you can use that app to create a font file from a SVG then use that font file in playcanvas as the crosshair, and since its a font then you have the option of adding an outline like Albertos suggested.