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Default 10-19-2016, 04:24 PM

Originally Posted by MrMoke View Post
That is where some advanced features come into play. Create a Boolean variable. Then create a new event, and modify it into a while the variable is true, perform the wing flap. Whenever you set the variable to true, the wing-flap method will run. When you set it to false the wing-flap method stops.
Great Answer!

Remember the flap method you use in the event should not have a loop in it. The event will be called repeatedly whenever the variable described above is true.

The original problem comes from the fact that you created some form of a "do this forever" loop because you wanted the wings to keep flapping. There are a couple of ways to get around this but the event described above is the simplest and in general the best performing.
I mention this because you should understand why Alice was acting the way she was.


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