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    Question put in an alterable string as an object name

    Is there any way to be able to do something like putting an alterable string where an object's name is supposed to be for an event? for example i have an event and then i want to set an object's x position to a changeable object's x position and i would want to do something like - set x coordinate - X("Alterable String A("Active")"), but then it doesn't work that way. So is there any way to achieve what i'm trying to do because I really want to know.. thanks.

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    use FixedIDs and Qualifiers for scope need object. Why do you need the name of the object in the alterable string?

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    because it's for selection

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    If you right click on the object in the event editor there's a Name expression to get the name of the object, but it will bonk the scoping if you have more than one. You have to give them all specific ID:s by looping through them and putting a value in it. If you only have one object with a unique name it can work.

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