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    How can I change the timer during event?

    Hi I am making a roulette as a part of learning the software. I'm using a timer to spin the wheel and it works okay to start and stop the wheel, but I would like the wheel to slow down before stopping. For that I was thinking to slow down the timer during the spin and thereby slowing the wheel, but I cannot get it to work. Can someone help me?

    Here is my mfa.
    Roulette_made_by_me.mfa

    Regards,
    André

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    I would use a value. Set the value to the max speed the wheel is spinning and when it's spinning,..subtract for example 1 at a set amount of time (say .5 mils for example) from the value and set the speed to the value.

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    Thanks for the answer, but can you be a little more specific, because I just started using the software and therfore is not so experienced yet.

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    Well, that didn't work. Maybe someone else will chime in. In the mean time, I'll look at the example you posted and see if I can do anything with it. Might be a little while....

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    You just need to set the counter 2 back to zero when the wheel is stopped. Also change the sound to stop rather than pause otherwise it messes with the length of time it plays for

    Roulette_made_by_me fix.mfa

    I would also add a condition at line 2 - (Active 2) Stopped is playing [you need this to stop the wheel being spun over and over again during a spin]

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    Thanks for the help, I have incorporate it. But that still does not make the wheel spin slower and slower (deaccelerate) before comin to a halt. Any suggestions is appreciated.

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    You could play with this idea

    Roulette_made_by_me fix 2.mfa

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