# Active objects sorting with loops

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• Friends, I need your help. The question is elementary, and I'm a bit embarrassed to ask it, but I can't figure out the loops.
The situation is as follows. There are 20-30 active objects. At a certain moment, for 5-6 of them, the Alterable Value A will become 1, and then they should move to a specific coordinate on the X axis and line up in a row on the Y axis, with a distance of 20 pixels between each object. I've roughly shown what needs to be done in the drawing. I am hoping for your help.

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• Hello evi1ove,

you could use a forEach loop, but you don't need to.

Assuming all the actives being a copy from the same object, you could do something like:

Always

------ ( child event) Alt. Val of active = 1

------------------> set active position x and y accordingly

• Thank you for your response!
I wrote it a bit confusingly; no, these are not copies. These are independent, separate objects.

• you could group them with a qualifier and use that qualifier in the event I wrote above..

Yes, I tried grouping them. But in any case, the objects either move or all end up in the same position.

• you may keep track of the latest y position used to line up the active. You may use another active for that, in order to store these values. Each time an active has alt. value = 10 then:

set that alt. value to 0 ( so that it will moved only obce )

set its position x and y where y is stored in an alt. value of another active.

add to that alt. value, say, 50.

done.

• you may keep track of the latest y position used to line up the active. You may use another active for that, in order to store these values. Each time an active has alt. value = 10 then:

set that alt. value to 0 ( so that it will moved only obce )

set its position x and y where y is stored in an alt. value of another active.

add to that alt. value, say, 50.

done.

Thx!

try this.

you need easing object