Why does my character look like she's floating when she's sleeping?

#6

Um… how do you screenshot? Sorry for asking this.

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#7

What kind of computer are you using?
Try this

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#8

HP something? I don’t know the exact series number.

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#9

Oh, ok. I’ll check this out real quick.

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#10

This my work better than the other link

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#11

image

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#12

Click on the Directing Helper > Spot Helper change her spot

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#14

That is so cool!!! Thanks so much to all of you!!!

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#15

Get the solution you were looking for @GrayKoala? :slight_smile:

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#16

Uhh no, wait a second… something’s wrong here…?

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#17

I did the directing helper and everything but when I click on the preview nothing’s changed?

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#18

Hi @GrayKoala!

When you use the Spot Helper to adjust the characters, be sure to adjust the spot of the character in your code :blush:

You can easily copy the spot in the Web Previewer like in the image below:

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Hope that helps! :grin:

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#19

I did that, but it’s still not working…

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#20

Well what does your script look like then?

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#21

image

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#24

Add a tiny pause between @YOU walks to and @YOU spot 1.145

@YOU walks to screen center in zone 3
@pause for 0.1
@YOU spot 1.145 -190 355 in zone 3 and YOU faces left and YOU starts lay_awake_loop

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#25

It works now! Thanks!

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#26

delete IN ZONE 3 it has to work

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