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    Re: Hi-score and mysql database

    I dont see the menu, but I haven't got the Developer version of MMF2 like you!
    perhaps for this?

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    Re: Hi-score and mysql database

    I just wen to Help -> Contents in the MMF2 menu.

    http://www.clickteam.com/website/usa/product-comparisons.html
    According to that only TGF2 doesn't have the objects. Both versions of MMF2 do have them.
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    Re: Hi-score and mysql database

    i found it, i'm sorry!

    ON MOCHIADS.....
    - i'm registered user of Mochiads
    - i have created the leaderboard

    ON MMF2
    - i set USE MOCHIADS in the properties application.
    - i put the Mochiads game ID
    - i put MochiConnector on first frame of the application
    - i put MochiScores object in the last frame (where the Mochi Leaderboard must be add)
    - in this frame on START OF FRAME i put SET LEADERBOARD ID TO.....(with mochiads LEADERBOARD ID)

    where i must put SHOW LEADERBOARD?
    i try in a different way, but i have not good results

    Alex

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    Re: Hi-score and mysql database

    Put show leaderboard wherever you want. It just depends on when you want to show it, eg start of scores frame, after they lose, ect.
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    Re: Hi-score and mysql database

    ok, i'll try it.
    but, i don't understand...i must create also the classic High Score object of MFF2 or only put the MochiScores object?
    I must set the action for player to close the leaderboard ?

    For example:
    PLAYER ONE HAS A HIGH SCORE - EVENT: show leaderboard

    or I don't need this?

    Alex

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    Re: Hi-score and mysql database

    Quote Originally Posted by videogiochi
    but, i don't understand...i must create also the classic High Score object of MFF2
    No.
    Quote Originally Posted by videogiochi
    or only put the MochiScores object?
    Yes.
    Quote Originally Posted by videogiochi
    I must set the action for player to close the leaderboard ?
    No, it already has a button for that.
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    Re: Hi-score and mysql database

    GREAT....it seems finally everything is fine.
    thanks to all for support (and for your patience)
    Alex

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