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Post » Sun Jan 01, 2012 6:52 pm

I HAVE CONSTRUCT CLASSIC AND I NEED TO KNOW HOW TO MOVE AND ROTATE ON SEPARATE CONTROLS, I HAVE DONE IT ON THE SAME BUT I WANT MOVEMENT ON 1 CONTROLLER/KEYBOARD AND ROTATION ON ANOTHER CONTROLLER/KEYBOARD!
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Post » Sun Jan 01, 2012 7:15 pm

WELL WHAT A HELPFUL FORUM.....NOT!!!
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Post » Sun Jan 01, 2012 7:27 pm

1/ You were already told not to write in full caps, it's considered as rude.
2/ You're asking a question for Construct classic in the Construct 2 part of the forum.
3/ There's hardly 20 minutes between your posts, and this is still the 1st January in most of the world.
4/ This is a helpful forum and community but which has trouble with rude people.
5/ Your question makes little to no sense.
6/ Have you followed the basics tutorials for Construct-classic ?

I'm moving your topic to the correct section of the forum nevertheless.
Be sure to ask coherent/meaningful questions and to show a bit of patience too.
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Post » Sun Jan 01, 2012 7:30 pm

5/ Your question makes little to no sense.

in other words you dont know the answer!
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Post » Sun Jan 01, 2012 7:32 pm

6/ Have you followed the basics tutorials for Construct-classic ?

of course i have, ive made a blaster!
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Post » Sun Jan 01, 2012 8:03 pm

HELP I WANNA GET THE GAME CONTROLS SCRIPT FOR ROBOTRON, I WANNA MOVE 8 DIRECTIONS (WHICH I CAN DO) AND ROTATE 360 (WHICH I CAN DO ) BUT6 I WANT TO KNOW HOW TO USE SEPARATE CONTROLS FOR THE 2 EVENTS!
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Post » Sun Jan 01, 2012 8:07 pm

[QUOTE=nobrowser2] 5/ Your question makes little to no sense.

in other words you dont know the answer![/QUOTE]

No, in other words try to reformulate your question so it makes sense and can get answered.
Putting words one after the other without structure doesn't make it for good understanding of what you're meaning.
Also all-caps messages are really tedious and will cause you a lot of troubles very soon. And duplicating topics is not a good idea either.

[QUOTE=nobrowser2] 6/ Have you followed the basics tutorials for Construct-classic ?

of course i have, ive made a blaster![/QUOTE]

And what about jamesX's list of tutorials ?
What about the Construct Classic wiki and its article about the mouse and keyboard built-in plugin ?


Now for your answer, use the controller object/built-in plugin to "intercept" the input of your user, and then apply your expected behavior as actions.

@nobrowser2 : And I also strongly advise you to lay low on the insults (seen in other posts of yours) it won't be tolerated very long.
Try to learn to use the software before mindlessly criticizing it.
So far you look like the first 2012's troll.Kyatric2012-01-01 22:12:12
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Post » Sun Jan 01, 2012 9:09 pm

@nobrowser2, if you carry on like this you will be temp banned, please see the warning here. Also, it is totally unreasonable to expect a reply within 23 minutes, you should allow at least 24 hours for everyone to check the forum!
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Post » Mon Jan 02, 2012 12:05 pm

what happened to my post yesterday?
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Post » Mon Jan 02, 2012 12:07 pm

[QUOTE=Kyatric] [QUOTE=nobrowser2] 5/ Your question makes little to no sense.

in other words you dont know the answer![/QUOTE]

No, in other words try to reformulate your question so it makes sense and can get answered.
Putting words one after the other without structure doesn't make it for good understanding of what you're meaning.
Also all-caps messages are really tedious and will cause you a lot of troubles very soon. And duplicating topics is not a good idea either.

[QUOTE=nobrowser2] 6/ Have you followed the basics tutorials for Construct-classic ?

of course i have, ive made a blaster![/QUOTE]

And what about jamesX's list of tutorials ?
What about the Construct Classic wiki and its article about the mouse and keyboard built-in plugin ?


Now for your answer, use the controller object/built-in plugin to "intercept" the input of your user, and then apply your expected behavior as actions.

@nobrowser2 : And I also strongly advise you to lay low on the insults (seen in other posts of yours) it won't be tolerated very long.
Try to learn to use the software before mindlessly criticizing it.
So far you look like the first 2012's troll.[/QUOTE]

It made perfect sense, it could not have been put any more basic!
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