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    How do you Create a Global Timer as a Countdown Timer

    Hello,

    I want to create a global timer that doesn't reset when the frame changes. Is this possible?

    I want to use it as a countdown timer to calculate a score.

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    Add a counter, and in the properties make it global. Then, drag it into other frames.
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    I want a timer though... I tried associating the seconds of a timer with the counter by making the counter equal to the value of the timer in seconds, but it doesn't work.

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    If you want a counter that subracts by 1 every second, you can have this event:
    Every second
    -Subtract 1 from Counter

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    redpandagames, here's an example for you. This example just adds 1 second to the counter over frames and doesn't reset.
    If you want to use a "timer" use a counter to do this,.use 2 counters,.one for the timer and one for the score. Can you explain in detail what you're looking to do please,exactly?

    http://www.mediafire.com/?y9v1h1y3ajhvuz8

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    I think I got it. Thanks everybody!

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    Could you repost the example plz ?

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    Global Timer

    Here you go.It is under Johns old name.

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    Oh nice one ! Thank you, I did it an other way, using a Global Value to which I substract 1 every second and it works well too. Your example is really interesting though

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