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Tortoise gets a cookie - Ch 2 Ex 5
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scoutwert
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Default Tortoise gets a cookie - Ch 2 Ex 5 - 12-17-2009, 03:04 PM

The instructions in this exercise suggest using turn to face and move methods to place the tortoise exactly 2 m away from the stool. When I click Play, of course the tortoise moves to the correct position. How do I save that as the starting point for the world? Because as soon as I close out of the play window, the tortoise is in its original location (adjacent to the stool)?
   
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Default 12-17-2009, 05:52 PM

Right click on the Tortoise when you are not playing the world. A list of methods will be shown here.Then you can do whatever you need.

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Default thank you - 12-18-2009, 09:36 AM

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Right click on the Tortoise when you are not playing the world. A list of methods will be shown here.Then you can do whatever you need.
Not sure how I missed that option! Many thanks for pointing it out to me.
   
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Default 01-06-2010, 10:25 AM

Or i would say, use a dummy object, you can make them mvoe and make them starting positions, they help a lot, check out my games and see


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