What's wrong here:


#1

@ANNEKE enters from left to spot 9 359 AND ANNEKE faces right.
@overlay BLUSH2 create
@overlay BLUSH2 shifts to 69 246 in 0 in zone 1
@overlay BLUSH2 scales to 0.927 0.927 in 1
@overlay BLUSH2 opacity 1 in 3

it says: use the word in before specifying the duration

thanks


#2

Instead of this:
@overlay BLUSH2 shifts to 69 246 in 0 in zone 1

Put in:
@overlay BLUSH2 shifts to 69 246 in zone 1 in 0

Tell me if it works!


#3

You always need the scale size when you use spot direction.


#4

nope did not work sorry


#5

no than it says invalid spot


#6

I’m guessing you literally put the word “scale” in your script? You need to put whatever your character’s scale size is. It’s spot direction which I’m sure you’ve used before.


#7

You’ve done the spot directing wrong. That’s why it’s showing an error


#8

Plus the command enter from left to spot … doesn’t work.


#9

It does work. It’s a valid command.


#10

yes, and normally that goes well…i never had this problem id never have to use scale becouse normaly it is in the chiffers of the spot directing.


#11

You always have to add the scale size when you use spot directing with characters. Using just the shift numbers only works with overlays, not characters.


#12

This is the same and that works

@ANNEKE enters from right to spot 1.280 190 -3 AND ANNEKE faces left


#13

That’s correct, I just tested it out on a script of my own.


#14

Yes that code works because you have the scale size.


#15

You need to add the scale in front of 9 359 so maybe edit your script with the scale size in and then it should work.


#16

ok i will try that.


#17

It is ok no thanks girls xxx @Jeremy you can close this thanks


#18