[quote="Mr Wolf":ga648z14][quote="Ashley":ga648z14][quote="manontherun":ga648z14]You need to use a naming convention to organize your global variables so you can do something like set global variable Gvariable&str(random(10)+1) to random(1). All your global variables you want to be included should of course have the same beginning then you use a number to tell them apart (eg. v1, v2, v3 etc). Remember to right click on set global variable prompt and choose "use expression" so that you can set the variable to an expression. When you start using naming conventions more, you may want to start looking into the text manipulator so that you can use the useful "replace" action. I'm sorry I can't post an example cap for you.[/quote:ga648z14]
I'm not sure that will work. I'd go with either a global array, or store a temporary value generated by random(), then have a series of subevents along the lines of: random value = 0, use global('abc'), random value = 1, use global('def'), etc. (Don't put random() in each line or it will generate a new random number for each line!)[/quote:ga648z14]
This will work the best. Trust me. It's not complex either!
That procedure does seem the most simple, the only problem is that I have no idea how to implement a "Random()". How would I create it in an Event? Thank you all again.