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Author: Alexander Swagemakers | Website: http://www.atco-websolutions.de

Movement along the Y-axis

To make movement along the y axis possible we basically just have to copy the script we just wrote, insert it just behind and change all x to y. mx has to be changed to my, _root._xmouse to _root._ymouse, _x to _y and so on. The script remains the same because there is not really a difference between up-down movement and left-right movement.

The complete script should now look something like this:
onClipEvent (enterFrame) {

//x movement

	if (mx<_x) {
	else {

	if (mx<_x) {
	else {

//y movement

	if (my<_y) {
	else {

	if (my<_y) {
	else {
» Level Advanced

Added: 2002-01-07
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Home in: Erkrath, Germany Born in: Bayonne, France 21.05.1982 Hobbies: Gliding, Computer Flashing since: Jan 2001 Languages: German, Dutch, English French Founded webdesign company May 2001 but still going to school What else do you want to know?? :-)
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