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    Question Animation load frame + Resize

    First thing first, how can i load in animation frame and re-size it to be exactly 32x32 pixels ?

    I think i also found a bug. If you try to load animation frame from global event editor it does not work when you build the application, unless you have load animation frame in any other frame event editor (does not matter if deactivated or not).

    http://www.mediafire.com/download/cg...xhxrg/Test.zip
    Here is example, it works as long as there event in the second frame.

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    For your first question,
    you can use the "scale" command

    i.e. (after loading the image)
    >>> set scale to 32.0/ OWidth("Active")

    (f the image is a square, otherwise you'll have to split X and Y scales in same way)


    Regarding global events, I've no tested what you spotted out,
    but there are indeed some odd behaviours when you use global events,
    and some limitations,
    it's probably better trying to avoid them if you can
    (although they are indeed handy for some things,
    a solid cross-frame solution taking out some of the problems now existing would be really cool to see)

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    Bug seems to be fixed http://bugbox.clickteam.com/issues/3278 also thanks for response.

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    Cool, glad to know!

    (Each time I take a look at the bugbox,
    I see Yves doing an incredible job keeping up with the huge amount of requests
    much appreciation for this clickteam work behind the scenes)

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