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[NXC UserInteraction Library]

void drawArrow (UIN_DIRECTION arrowDirection_, int xPosition_, int yPosition_)

Draw an arrow that points towards given X location

Parameters:
arrowDirection_ Direction the arrow points to
xPosition_ X position of the arrow tip
yPosition_ Y position of the arrow tip. Use text row y position to horizontally align arrow with the text


Related:
enum UIN_DIRECTION


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