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    Player becomes jittery when i position frame to player.

    I don`t know if i explained this well, but adding scrolling into my game made my player`s animations all jittery. It also shakes the frame within game too, what is this?

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    I've had this happen to me too before. I found that by moving where the "camera" events are in your event list that might solve the problem.

    Ex. if your camera event is before your player's movement events then try moving the camera events at the bottom and see if that helps.

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    You either have more than one scrolling event that is trying to focus on different positions, or you update the scrolling before updating your player's movement. For smoothest scrolling, the general rule is to put the scrolling event AFTER any positioning events. This way the camera always follows the newest position.

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    Alright, i moved the even under my players movement but that did not solve the problem at all.

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    Upload your MFA. Maybe someone can find something.

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    Check the hotspots on each animation frame of the active object you are scrolling with.

    If these are not lined up perfectly I can imagine the screen shaking as the frame tries to centre on different points.

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    The checked the hotspots of the actives animation and their all lined up the same.

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    Maybe you have another set of events somewhere that are positioning the player again?
    Like maybe an event you accidentally duplicated and forgot to take out for testing and etc?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Emerson3 View Post
    Upload your MFA. Maybe someone can find something.
    this would definitely help

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