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Default How do I create a second scene - 05-25-2008, 01:42 PM

We've tried to create a second scene - we "created a new scene" and moved it over to scence on under World Details (ex. cafeteria.method). but what happens is when scene one is finished it will move the the dialoge of scene two but it won't change the background. Any help would be appreciated.
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Default 05-25-2008, 03:09 PM

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We've tried to create a second scene - we "created a new scene" and moved it over to scence on under World Details (ex. cafeteria.method). but what happens is when scene one is finished it will move the the dialoge of scene two but it won't change the background. Any help would be appreciated.
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Don't know if this will help you or not, but my program at http://www.dickbaldwin.com/alice/Alice0130.htm goes through several different scenes.

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Lightbulb 05-31-2008, 03:25 PM

you do

camera.move to scene tripod(scene-tripod)
   
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Default Added comments - 06-01-2008, 08:41 AM

Slightly confused both by the question and nick10492's answer.

First of all, there really isn't a "create a scene" function or built in method in either Alice or Storytelling Alice, so I'm not sure what this pseudo code actually means. I guess this just means that you created a method to set up and run each scene - but without strict classes, this isn't really different from any other method in Alice.

Second, a "tripod" really only exists as such in Storytelling Alice, although a dummy object could be created, named that and used in regular Alice as the previous posting indicates. This will take care of camera position - but if the ground, default light and/or world parameters change, these changes will also have to be programmed at the start of the scene.
   
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Default 06-01-2008, 08:56 AM

Actually in storytelling alice ther is a button that allows you to create a scene, and i beelieve in 2.0 you can make a dummy object and make the camera move to it.
   
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