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    Question Player Movement Issue on Firing Object Player Not Sticking to Movement Set

    I have a player on the left hand side of the screen, restricted to just top to bottom movement with the arrow keys. The player character is an animated dolphin. On spacebar the dolphin fires a shell. Each time I fire a shell, the player object scoots ever so slightly to the right each time (toward the center of the play area). Any thoughts on this? Attached is the mfa file.DolphinBabe1.mfa

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    Seems to come from setting the dolphin's direction to the right when creating the shell. You can just remove it and instead set the shell's direction to the right. Just be sure to put it after the shell is launched

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    Ok will give that a shot thank you bobjuzz for looking its greatly appreciated.

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