Changing blocks to a different colour with VBS SCRIPT.

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Changing blocks to a different colour with VBS SCRIPT.

Postby mercedes » Thu May 15, 2008 1:03 am

Here is a project, I just had alot of help with..changing coloured blocks.
This was done with the help of Lyberdoggy.:) I'ts Lyberdoggy's code.

Example; RED-BLACK-GREEN-BLACK

Create 5 hotspots with Variables.

Depending on which colour you would load in the hotspot...for this particular code..you would have RED in the hotspot..If not RED, in the frame properties you would have to change variables..to match what colour you start the sequence with. Don't forget to put GREEN and BLACK and RED if you choose these colors in the Projects Folder.
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Create 5 hotspots
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What you put in the ADvanced tab of FRAME properties and a Screen shot Global Variables
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Hotspot-1 and 2 in the Advanced. Tab. Depending on which colour you start with..For this code the Colour variable is set to RED..You would have to change this in the frame properties to match what colour you want..First..to appear
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FRAME_PROJECT_5hotspot3-4.JPG
Hotspot-#-3 and 4 in the Advanced Tab
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FRAME_PROJECT_7.JPG
Hotspot #5 The EXIT hotspot in -Advanced Tab
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Postby GM-Support » Thu May 15, 2008 3:58 am

Thanks a lot for posting this!
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Postby mercedes » Thu May 15, 2008 4:14 am

Your very welcome...Thanks to you guys for all of your help in helping me solve it.. :lol:

You guys are a great help here..:)..For without you guys and all of your patience and kind guidance..I would not get alot done.. :lol:

And for that, I mention it in my games..as well..~
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Postby Lyberodoggy » Thu May 15, 2008 8:21 am

Thanks mercedes, it's always fun helping you and lets me gather experience...

Nice tutorial by the way...
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