No, I don't.
I wonder if
scene.render_text()really builds the image or just creates a kind of text layer that gets generated later.
I have achieved what I wanted to do with PIL
ImageFontand it works fine, probably because PIL is actually rendering the text here before moving on.
With font size 45 the digits start to overlap more, here is with 400:
I am sorry, it got truncated, should be https://gist.github.com/anonymous/dfc5685a2b2a49762660
Btw if some automatic scaling is involved, this is on a non-retina iPad mini. Running Pythonista 1.5 on iOS 7.1.2.
The code :
digit 9 in black - drawn with image()
Digit 9 in red - drawn using image_quad()
I'd like to clip the digit using image_quad() , but it seems to me that the image inserted via image_quad() is larger than its image() equivalent (by factor of ca. 1.5).
What am I doing wrong?