[Share] a list of rects distributed around 360 degrees
Sorry. Typo. line 103 not 183.
@abcabc , thanks. It makes it work. I was not so worried about that. More worried bout you need to know the math inside to get it to work. The reason I tried -90, was because often from what I can see anyway , the geometry done in Pythonista is based on radians. But the point is does not matter what math you use, but as a consumer of your class, the less I have to know the better. Just because you know the math back the front, nothing to say I should have to know it. But something like degrees is pretty understandable for most people. Again, look it's your code and effort. I am just pushing in the case you want to make consumable class that the majority could use with ease. It's like cooking (which I love) you want as many people as possible to try your food. That's what makes the effort worth while and gives you a buzz when you get it right. I think writing classes/functions here is the same thing. Well, for me it's like that.
@abcabc , a small update to the gist. Its not suppose to present an ideal case. But combining the views/funcs can start to get something that looks ok. Have numbers around the outer ring in this example, would look more realistic with major and minor tick marks for example. But for me your circular_slider makes this possible.
Edit: of course the outter ring not even needed