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    Carrying events over into the next frame?

    If I have about 500 events running in frame 1 and I want them all to apply to frame 2, how do I do this?

    I don't want to copy and paste in case I decide to change some of the events and I plan to have multiple frames.

    Thanks!

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    Re: Carrying events over into the next frame?

    You can put them in the Global Event Editor...
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    Re: Carrying events over into the next frame?

    It's in your application properties, under the tab that looks like the event grid. On individual level properties, you can check the "Include global events" checkbox to include them (though it's on by default anyway).

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    Re: Carrying events over into the next frame?

    Hmm. Ok.
    So, if I want them global, should I remove them from the frame's events and place them in the global?

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    Re: Carrying events over into the next frame?

    I've been involved with this software since the original Klik n Play and NEVER knew this existed! I wonder what other "gems" I've been missing!...

    (Actually involved since AMOS for the Amiga)

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    Re: Carrying events over into the next frame?

    Quote Originally Posted by Johnnytakeit
    Hmm. Ok.
    So, if I want them global, should I remove them from the frame's events and place them in the global?
    Yes. Also note that objects referenced in the global events that are not in the current frame won;t be executed. Another useful thing is being able to get the frame number, which you can get from the frame object.
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    Re: Carrying events over into the next frame?

    You can make objects themselves global too, and apply actions to them in the global events

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