Ghost Shooter - Procedure to Turn Off Speed Pursuit

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Post » Mon Jun 01, 2009 3:03 am

[quote:1kkuv2z4]Why are you so sure I'm looking for excuses?[/quote:1kkuv2z4]

It was a joke ;)

Anyway, lucid is right. Set the default value for the chase timer to 0 and it won't trigger at the beginning.
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Post » Mon Jun 01, 2009 1:30 pm

Lucid & DeadEye:

Now how did that happen? Thank you for being that "extra" set of eyes. Stuff like that can drive you mad, if not caught. And, I'm sure no debugger in the world would catch that one.

It's been a long exercise, (and I'm still not done yet), but there is a lot in this tutorial to absorb.

I did have one computer "freeze" while using Construct, (had to do a "hard" shut down) - this only worries me a little.

Thank you,

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Post » Mon Jun 01, 2009 2:20 pm

[quote="Psmith":15rwi3hz]Now how did that happen? [/quote:15rwi3hz]

When you define a new Private or global variable you can set the default value which means that when a new instance of that object is created it will automatically have that value. You can change individual value of the instances of an object in the layout editor but any instances made at run time will have the default value.
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