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24th June, 2003 at 14:33:40 -

How can I put more that 2 image files that show and will be able move an object inside it?



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24th June, 2003 at 14:54:35 -

I'm not sure what you mean...Picture object?

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1st July, 2003 at 22:22:43 -

Your still not making sense, the pictures you want, im guessing they are backgrounds. If so, use backdrop object, why you can only have 1 is beyond me... you cant stack 2 images on top of eachother, unless one of them is active and is semitransparent. Again, im just guessing your problem, try right clicking the object and go to View - To BACK or to FRONT. You can also edit this in the event list, like at the start of a level Bring to Front, just remember that if the image is semitransparent and you bring to front using the event list, it is no longer semitransparent.

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2nd July, 2003 at 07:35:13 -

Yea, i don't really get you at all. But 3 tips:

1. Never let some1 do your dirty work
2. Use descriptive headings
3. This is the wrong board for this, it should go in Code-It


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4th July, 2003 at 06:36:27 -

Uh i get what ur saying but im sorry TGF Can only have moving AVI Files sorry youll need the MMF Active picture object if you want that function **Patts On Back** Good luck anyways

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30th October, 2003 at 15:20:48 -


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