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Problem with 2 Processes (1 for, 1 get) - Please help
|Author:||CoRruPt- [ Tue Jun 08, 2004 9:28 am ]|
|Post subject:||Problem with 2 Processes (1 for, 1 get) - Please help|
Well, I have a problem with process, for and get. See, I want to locate the get in a specific location (in this case, (15,15)). The for is also located specifically (1,1). However, when the for script runs (a counting down "effect"), the get variable is relocated next to the running for. Is there any way to fix the get to a specific spot and not have it move around? And is there any way to remove the get prompt without the user having to type anything (ie: disappears after x seconds)?
Thanks in advance.
|Author:||Tony [ Tue Jun 08, 2004 11:09 am ]|
you don't use processes. bad bad CoRuPt-
seriously, processes mess things up since they're random. As in the order in which each line gets executed is random, so at first it will locate (1,1) from a, then locate(14,15) from b then back to put x from a... and x ends up in the middle of the screen
Keep it all together man