Character walk to out of screen and change scene

  • #1, by MHRThursday, 26. November 2015, 18:30 5 years ago
    Hi

    Is it possible when character reach to x = - 20 then change scene? It seems VS doesn't accept lower than 0 for x position.
    I want character complete go to off screen and then change scene.For right scene we can make a scene object and action point in gray scene (out of background) but for left scene I don't know what can I do.

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  • #2, by ke4Thursday, 26. November 2015, 18:42 5 years ago
    You can press the middle button on your mouse hold and then move with the canvas.

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  • #3, by sebastianThursday, 26. November 2015, 19:06 5 years ago
    What if no middle mouse button is available?

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  • #4, by afrlmeThursday, 26. November 2015, 19:12 5 years ago
    What if no middle mouse button is available?


    When my last mouse died I ended up having to use the touchpad on my laptop which unlike my last laptop has no middle button. I ended up going into the settings of my touchpad & set the right button as my middle button & then enabled 2 / 3 finger tap gesture for right click. It wasn't ideal but it got the job done. Ideally it would be nice if the devs could add a keyboard version, say space bar key (like the hand tool in adobe products) which when cursor is hovering over the scene preview part of the editor will allow us to enable hand tool until we release the space bar key.

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  • #5, by darren-beckettThursday, 26. November 2015, 23:54 5 years ago
    Hold the control key and move with the left mouse button.

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  • #6, by afrlmeFriday, 27. November 2015, 00:14 5 years ago
    Hold the control key and move with the left mouse button.


    err...? That doesn't shift the entire canvas. As far as I'm aware the only method available currently is the middle mouse button. If you hold the middle mouse button down while hovering over the scene preview (or any animation preview) window then you can move the canvas area without affecting the position of the objects / polygons as they always start at 0,0 (top left of background image).

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  • #7, by MHRFriday, 27. November 2015, 06:37 5 years ago
    You can press the middle button on your mouse hold and then move with the canvas.


    OK smile Thanks you very much.

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