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    Cool Basic Controls

    Okay, so I've been making games for MMF for a long time, but I really have no programming skills and I'm not particularly good at math, so I have a few questions as I just purchased the XNA Exporter.

    1) I just want to setup a platform control for a particular active object. I want both the D-Pad and the left analog stick to move the active player 1 object. I know nothing of customer platform objects, so im using the one built in to MMF2

    2) I want the Xbox Button A to make that same character jump.

    3) I also want it so that when the player holds down X the character goes a bit faster and the jumps are more powerful because of that

    4) Is there a way to do a double jump?

    5) Is there a way to do a wall jump?

    I know this is a lot to ask for, but if I got these basics down I think I can process the rest. Keep in mind, i'm a total newb and have no idea how to use expressions or the like, other than bringing up that prompt menu for it.

    Thanks guys

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    I think you should use the "Platform" object : it has everything you want. I have used it several time, and the resulting movement works well. You are free to use anything to trigger the jumps, as "jump" is an action : you can put the XBOX Gamepad object in the frame, and check for any key you want, and call the Jump action.
    This extension does not do wall jump though. You would have to do it manually.

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    You might have more luck posting these questions in the standard forum.

    All of your queries are non-XNA related, so you will be able to get help from far more people - just mention that you're using XNA so people avoid using extensions that aren't supported.

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    It is XNA related because I just want to know how to get a character to jump with the Xbox controller. To see the second poster, I dont see any "Platform object." All I can do is make an active object and give him the platform movement, but there's no way to make him jump with the Xbox controller as far as I can tell.

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    Or is it an extension I have to download? If so, where can I get platform object?

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    It should be present in one of the bonus packs. Go in the download area of the clickteam web site.

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