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+11 votes
asked in CSC 150 January201920 by (8 points)

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+7 votes

No, I don't think there's any way to do that.

You can import PCOLORS, but it may not be what you want...

I think you could also do something like:

import-pcolors "something.jpg"
ask patches with [ pzcor = -16 ] [
  set pcolor [pcolor] of (patch pxcor pycor 0)
]
answered by (302 points)
+1 vote

You could also use the raytracing extension and then use raytracing:set-image "image.jpeg". Although this will wrap the image around the world and may stretch it as well.

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