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Thread: Hi-Score Object for single player with multiple scores and text

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    Hi-Score Object for single player with multiple scores and text

    I have the Hi-Score object being used to save in-game scores for one player. In the set up hi-score object box, I want the different player names to be statements like this:

    Good Job! 275
    Keep Going! 200
    Nice Try! 100

    I have six different statements to use, and they go in the list area where player names would be.
    The score values come from a Global value, and that works fine. But in the Event editor, Hi-Score keeps asking for the player's name, then it keeps using that one name when it shows a new score.
    So it looks like this:

    Good Job! 275
    Good Job! 200
    Good Job! 100

    Mmmmh...how to fix this? I have tried to add multiple names and separate with a comma, but it doesn't work:
    Hiscore name$( "Hi-Score", "1,2,3,4,5,6")

    If anyone can offer a little insight into writing the expression that will calculate this,
    it would be much appreciated!

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    I found this file in another post, and it has enough info in it to figure out where to go from here...in case anyone is looking for answers!

    http://www.mediafire.com/?qtmalgjzjdxjt0v

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    Manually check and change the score instead of having the HSO do it ( change one score command ).
    A simple Fast Loop should be able to handfle the insertion of an new hiscore quite easily.

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