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What I mean is that you can make a platform actor with no code. Place as much as you want of it in the scene. Use logic to set up the platforms the way you want in the scene editor by selecting the actor when needed.

You can edit the platforms in the scene editor by telling witch actor you want to edit. You don't need duplicates

Ask a Question / Re: Game Crashes when loading
« on: April 09, 2015, 08:40:59 pm »
Your game file is probably too big. See the optimizing performance  1 and 2 in stencylpedia. More likely, it is an incompatible sound. Use audacity to change your sounds to MP3. A way to check for an incompatible sound is to remove sounds and leave one only. Do this for all sounds. When your game crashes, you will see which sounds are not compatible. You probably don't want to do it that way. In this case, use log-viewer to see whether they are errors that keep your game from working.

Ask a Question / Re: How do I copy a portion of one scene to another?
« on: April 09, 2015, 08:35:48 pm »
You can copy a whole scene but not portions. You need to go on the scene selector. Right click the scene that you want to copy and press duplicate. Give your new scene a name and you are done copying! Remember: You can delete loads of tiles at once so don't worry about taking time to delete the parts you don't want.

There was a weird glitch with my level that it showed the tile sets instead of the levels when I tested it. The reson for that is that the level was way too long. Don't try to exceed 200X200 tiles in your scene.

I think that Stencyl is not powerful enough to go over 124 MB.  A large file almost always makes glitches.

Do you know that there is stencylforge?  Just click view on the top of the screen. When you click that view button, click stencyforge. From there, click behaviors. If you don't see a double jump behavior, just search "double jump" in the search-box on the middle-top of the right side. Hope this helps. If you want an actual code (I mean logic). Please tell me. P.S.: you can also see how a double jump works by opening the behavior editor.

Ask a Question / Re: How to make Enemys Jump
« on: April 08, 2015, 09:11:22 pm »
I know how to make it jump all the time at your desired height but not with every few steps.

Basically, in the scene editor, you would put the enemy away from the floor (like 3 tiles higher than the floor you want the enemy to jump onto. In its actor editor, set the enemy's bounciness to 1. That would work but if it fall down, it will end up jumping to the height it had before jumping: far too high!

Suggestion Archives / Re: Events for ALL scenes
« on: April 08, 2015, 08:06:10 pm »
My second game will require me to copy a "base" scene.

Suggestion Archives / Re: Events for ALL scenes
« on: April 08, 2015, 08:04:22 pm »
I agree, I get bored easily from games these days. Just saying that my game might have way more than just 30 scenes.

Thanks a lot letmethink! SOLVED!

I mean I know how to make the actor walk but not change its direction

Hi all,

I am making my first game right now with stencyl. I have tried to do what the question above is saying but with no luck. I also tried to make the actor change direction when there is a gap in front of it. Can someone help me?

Ask a Question / Re: QuickLearnTutorials Tutorials And Request Page
« on: April 07, 2015, 09:20:20 pm »
Can you please make a tutorial on making checkpoints on stencyl 3.3?
Also, can you make a tutorial on making an enemy that when it hits the walls or there is no more floor, it goes to the other direction?

Suggestion Archives / Events for ALL scenes
« on: April 07, 2015, 09:02:18 pm »
There should be some option where you can have events for multiple or all scenes. That would make me t save a lot of time. Please add this to stencyl 3.4. I lost a game but I did many mistakes so I don't regret losing it :P

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