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    PMO Jump through slope

    How I do to jump through slope with PMO?

    I cannot climb the slope though I tried it.



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    Re: PMO Jump through slope

    I have tried this and (relative newbie) gave up. There is an 'enable jump through platforms' options but it seemed to make no difference for me. It is not referenced in the help file.

    I would like to add something more positive. In theory it can be done.

    I will follow this with great interest.

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    Re: PMO Jump through slope

    I made this for trial.

    http://mfa.aquadasoft.com/view/1305215097-movingfloor

    However, the object passes when knocking against the slope at high speed.

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    Re: PMO Jump through slope

    I got a 'oh no! mfa header is invalid' from Aquasoft.
    Also, on downloading/running got a 'bad format'

    What version of MMF are you using?

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    Re: PMO Jump through slope

    sorry, this file made with Unicode version.

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    Re: PMO Jump through slope



    Umm,,, I changed height only a little and arranged "jump through platform" that was a flat.

    However, the player cannot exceed the difference.

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    Re: PMO Jump through slope

    Does this mean you have solved the problem?

    I suspect not.

    I wonder that there is no one else able to add to this.

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    Re: PMO Jump through slope

    I don't know anything about the platform movement but could you test for an overlap on the background and set the player's Y-position to current Y-position + 1?

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