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Apamaster

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Inside when updating is it good to complete it with trigger events without the need to complete it with more code?

TF101

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Hi,
I don't understand your question.
When you use this code, you trigger the events 60 times per second.
I assume that is not your goal.

Thomas

Apamaster

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that is the question, inside each trigger there are the conditions so that they work if a key is pressed or not. then the combination would be to place the activation condition outside the trigger, that would be correct, right?

TF101

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Depends on what exactly you want to achieve.  But I believe that you will quickly reach your limits if you do this within "update".

merrak

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I'm still not sure what exactly you're asking, but there's nothing wrong with calling custom events within an update event.

TF101

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Really?
I'm not a professional like you, Merrak and I'm still very inexperienced, but to call up 6 custom events (who seem to be opposites), 60 times a second without knowing what's in them... I just assume that there's a resource-saving method.
But I like to be taught and am willing to learn something.
Of course I could be completely wrong.
Then I apologize for that.

Thomas