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    Red condition statements

    Hey,
    what is the meaning of the red condition statements?

    does it indicate a preferred order of operations, or what?

    if I re-order my conditions sometimes they turn black.

    also sometimes a single condition statement appears in red

    sorry if this is a repeated subject, but I did not find it in a search...
    Dave


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    Re: Red condition statements

    Red condition are true evenmental conditions. They are not evaluated at the same time as the main program of events, but only "when they occur", like a mouseclick.

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    Re: Red condition statements

    Thanks!

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    Re: Red condition statements

    And because of that they should be the first condition in their events.

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    Re: Red condition statements

    most will make the code not work if they are anything but the first condition but a few like "if mouse button is clicked" will work either way. Keep in mind that while they do not function in the normal top-bottom order of events being read, they still go top-bottom per callback. So each "on loop" event should go from top to bottom as you would execute it

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    Re: Red condition statements

    For fastloops you only need the one on loop condition. The rest arent really needed in far the most cases

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    Re: Red condition statements

    I mean when you have more than one event per loop They're executed top-bottom

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