Why characters can't stay facing the same direction after walk rear


#1

I am stuck at this problem that my character always facing the wrong direction after walk rear.
The script is:

&MAID1 walks to spot 0.530 51 292 in zone 2 in 9 AND MAID1 faces right AND MAID1 does it while walk_offset_rear THEN MAID1 starts idle_rear

It should keep facing left and stay idle rear after walk rear, but it faces forward. Can someone help me out?


#2

You forgot to add AND MAID1 FACES LEFT after THEN MAID1 starts idle_rear


#3

&MAID1 walks to spot 0.530 51 292 in zone 2 in 9.1 AND MAID1 faces right AND MAID1 does it while walk_offset_rear THEN MAID1 starts idle_rear AND MAID1 faces right

Still not working…


#4

@MAID1 walks to spot 0.530 51 292 in zone 2 in 9.1 AND MAID1 faces right AND MAID1 does it while walk_offset_rear
@MAID1 faces right AND MAID1 is idle_rear


#5

It has to be the & command, and I added the second line, but there was no use:

&MAID1 walks to spot 0.530 51 292 in zone 2 in 9.1 AND MAID1 faces right AND MAID1 does it while walk_offset_rear
&MAID1 faces right AND MAID1 is idle_rear

&MAID1 walks to spot 0.530 51 292 in zone 2 in 9.1 AND MAID1 faces right AND MAID1 does it while walk_offset_rear
@MAID1 faces right AND MAID1 is idle_rear

I tried both of above, it doesn’t work.


#6

Maybe put “THEN MAID1 is idle_rear” instead of starts?


#7

No I’ve tried that before. :frowning_face:


#8

Maybe put that on the next line?
@MAID1 is idle_rear?


#9

Nope…that I’ve also tried. Didn’t work.


#10

@MAID1 spot (whatever the spot was) in zone 2 AND MAID1 faces left AND MAID1 is idle_rear?


#11

Like after the original part in the first post?


#12

Still negative. I have also changed the pause time as well as the script line sequences…it’s no use. How weird.


#13

Huh, oh well I’m sorry I couldn’t be more help, hope you figure it out. :slightly_smiling_face:


#14

It’s okay, thank you anyway :heart:


#15

I checked this and it works for me :thinking:

what’s the coding after this walking part?


#16

Not sure if this is the problem or if it will work for you, but in my case when I have people standing idle_rear, I actually have to do the opposite command of what I want; aka when I say

@CHARACTER is idle_rear and CHARACTER faces right

it makes them face left, and vice versa. You could try that.


#17

It’s a bit complicated


#18

Yeah I know. For that part I think it is alright. : )


#19

You use & that’s why it’s not working you have all this actions to happen at the same time and it confuses script.


#20

But if I use @ command, it couldn’t change zoom at the same time.