Click on objectand and go to next level

  • #1, by dusan-tomicTuesday, 27. August 2019, 08:59 6 months ago
    Hi,

    I'm stucked here. I don't need to have character because I making some kind of quiz, I create one character but with empty frames, just to be able to run game.

    Now, first scene open normal, there is one image with questions/solutions. Then people in room need to ansfer on questions. After that I need to click on some object and go on next scene.

    How to make this to work?

    Thank you.

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  • #2, by esmeraldaTuesday, 27. August 2019, 09:25 6 months ago
    In this object you create an action for your command (execute immediatly - else the character will try to walk there) and select the action part "change scene". There you specify where your invisible character will be positioned in the next scene.

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  • #3, by dusan-tomicTuesday, 27. August 2019, 10:11 6 months ago
    I think I missing something.

    Is thre sometinh else I need to setup first?

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  • #4, by esmeraldaTuesday, 27. August 2019, 11:06 6 months ago
    I would recommend setting up an interface with a command instead of using the leftclick-option. This tends to give some trouble sooner or later. Link this interface to your character in character properties.

    Did you set up your object with an object area? (else it won't be interactive)


    Edit: can't realy make out the position, but are you setting the character to the same scene where it was before? You need to select an object of the new scene to position the character, else the scene won't change.


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  • #5, by dusan-tomicTuesday, 27. August 2019, 11:11 6 months ago
    I curently put couple scenes, each scene contains one object (image, bitmap text). And I want to go on next level with lick or some key, whatever. Just need to go on next or previous scene easy.

    I will tray that what you sugest me. But curently I don't get it grin

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  • #6, by esmeraldaTuesday, 27. August 2019, 12:00 6 months ago
    Ignore my "edit" it is a new scene. The numbers confused me...

    you have to draw an object area around an object, to make it clickable. 
    Create an object where you want the player to click to go to the next scene. (in my image it's an arrow)
    Click on the object then on the rectangle above the image of the scene. Then you can draw the object area.
    After that the object should be interactive and the action should work, even when you use the leftclick-option.

    edit: of course you have to put the action to change the scene in this object.

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  • #7, by esmeraldaTuesday, 27. August 2019, 12:21 6 months ago
    Some of the users did some tutorials.
    Here is one about changing scenes:

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  • #8, by dusan-tomicTuesday, 27. August 2019, 12:54 6 months ago
    I look that tutorial but that use character.

    But your last tip with that "area" filed work!

    This look good for now. I will come back if I stucked somewhere.

    Thank you!

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  • #9, by NigecTuesday, 27. August 2019, 17:50 6 months ago
    there's a first person example here:
    it has a simple puzzle, cursors, inventory.

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  • #10, by dusan-tomicFriday, 30. August 2019, 10:54 6 months ago
    This is bnice example, thank you for this.

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