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    Clicking Objects

    Just a general question, Im getting back into MMF after some time away. I have a map that has several drawn objects on it. The player would click on a section of the map and it would give them information. To do this would it be possible to have an invisible object sitting on the section of map where a player would click?

    Further Example: The map shows a store room with some boxes, the player clicks on the boxes (which are part of the background map) and a description comes up with what is in the boxes.

    Thanks!

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    Re: Clicking Objects

    Yes that is possible, you would have your invisible detectors in the places you need then under the mouse/keyboard conditions you would use

    Mouse is Over Active("name")
    >Set Alterable String to "info"

    Where the string is whatever info you want for that icon.

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