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How to use character LAYERS?

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  • How to use character LAYERS?

    Okay so I'm trying to make an episode, but I'm having trouble with 'CHAR2' not falling behind 'CHAR1'
    This is the script I'm using:

    @CHAR1 spot 1.280 213 -5 AND CHAR1 faces right AND CHAR1 is punch_jab

    @CHAR2 stands screen right AND CHAR2 faces left AND CHAR2 is faint


    I'd be so thankful if anyone could help me with this, or anyone to try.

    Thanks, Episode community!
    Last edited by Ky_Episoding; 06-06-2017, 03:16 AM. Reason: Added tags.

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    @CHAR1 spot 1.280 213 -5 in zone 1 at layer 1 AND CHAR1 faces right AND CHAR1 is punch_jab

    @CHAR2 spot 1.280 270 0 in zone 1 at layer 0 AND CHAR2 faces left AND CHAR2 is faint


    This way CHAR2 will be BEHIND CHAR1. Of course I don't know which zone they're standing in, so you can change that part.

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    • #3
      The code for layers is Char moves to layer x
      x is the number of the layer. how bigger the number how further to the front the layer is. how smaller the number how further to the back. so 0 is behind 1 and 2 is in front of 1 and -3 is behind -2, -1, 0 and so on.

      so in your case, it is something like this:
      @CHAR1 spot 1.280 213 -5 AND CHAR1 faces right AND CHAR1 is punch_jab AND CHAR1 moves to layer 1
      Char2 stands screen right AND CHAR2 faces left AND CHAR2 is faint AND CHAR2 moves to layer 0


      I hope this helped if you have any questions you can always ask me!

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      • #4
        Thanks guys! They both really helped me!

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