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    Exclamation Reduction animation by using flip horizontally

    Hi. I am creating game for android and I have a problem.
    I am using objects which have a lot of animation frames (this is necessary) in two directions (left and right).
    Unfortunately this situation consumes a lot of RAM.
    Animation frames in right and left directions are identically (in left direction are only flipped horizontally).

    I need a effect or anything else for flip object horizontally in events.
    Without that, my game is uncompetitive because I must copied absurdly this same animations, which use RAM (this is important for mobile devices which have limited RAM).

    I am waiting for Your reply.

    I Greet

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    Clickteam, have You any idea for solve this problem?

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    On the top of my wish list too, along with the option of setting your animation loop to pingpong.

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