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Detailed RPG Tutorial

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Dec 3, 2005 | 6:13 AM EST

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A deatailed RPG tutorial, i just learned how to do this stuff, so i thought id make a tutorial!

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Dark-HeartDark-Heart

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Wtf

The Advanced RPG tutorial was made after this but the comment makes it seem like you copied it in a different way. and to the person that reviewed before me, click on your character mc, and then apply the actionscript.



Hirashi-HyuugaHirashi-Hyuuga

Rated 5 / 5 stars

hey i need some help.

right. where theres the AS to stop the payer walking . i put each AS for every mini moviclip but it still walks it just says

**Error** Symbol=player, layer=Layer 1, frame=8:Line 1: Clip events are permitted only for movie clip instances
stop();onClipEvent(enterFrame){

Total ActionScript Errors: 4 Reported Errors: 4

im not sure what to do...ive tried a few things but none work.
plz get back 2 me a.s.a.p



Anthrax-8bAnthrax-8b

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

THE FLASH "AS" GOD COMETH!!!

ok the person b4 me and the author. I couldnt get the animations to stop for the walking either so i looked at the as u told us to put on the player and worked on it till i got this. **do everything else in the tut the same up to the part where it tells u to put in the codes to stop the animations when u press the keys**

1) ok instead of putting in the four codes he tells u too put in these codes in the designated spots. Put this first code in frame 5 of player inside of the mc u made to show walking. (ie click the mc when on frame 5 of player and go to actions then paste this)

onClipEvent (enterFrame)
{
if(!Key.isDown(Key.UP)){
this.gotoAndStop(1);
}
}

put this code for frame 6....(do the same as i told u for 5 only now for 6)

onClipEvent (enterFrame)
{
if(!Key.isDown(Key.DOWN)){
this.gotoAndStop(1);
}
}

this for 7..(same)

onClipEvent (enterFrame)
{
if(!Key.isDown(Key.RIGHT)){
this.gotoAndStop(1);
}
}

and this for 8..(same)

onClipEvent (enterFrame)
{
if(!Key.isDown(Key.LEFT)){
this.gotoAndStop(1);
}
}

And thats how i fixed my problem. If it doesnt work for u then u might be doing what i said wrong or it just works for me (i have flash 8 pro)
Also do everything else this guy says cuz its a great tutorial except for this one part that must be outdated or he copied his stuff from his own as wrong or somethin......



NickGoooodNickGooood

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Fantastic explaining,

but i'm a n00b to flash and I didn't understand where to put the code to stop the walking animation. Can you help?



omega-x1omega-x1

Rated 4 / 5 stars

I just got flash today

how the hell in the first step i think its the 5th frame onto the 8th the character is moving? I thought a frame was supposed to support movement. frames shouldn't move or am I missing something? If I am, please tell me how to get pass that step because I am lost.


Hoeloe responds:

a frame is a still image, lots of frames together make an illusion of movement. in that step you put your character into a movie clip (if you don't know how, then don't try this tutorial!) then add 8 frames, on each walking one, add another movie clip with the animation on. hover over the frames to see which is which