[Feature Request] for Functions (Maybe for C3)

  • It would be nice to have function names have the same features as Variables with in Construct 2 (or C 3 suppose now)

    For example

    functions that you have created are available in the drop downs / pop ops to be called..... just like variables can be

    also, that you could change the name of a function (possibly available in a list somewhere) and anywhere it is called that name would change, so you don't break your game by changing function name.....again just like variables.

    cheers...

  • yes please.

    100x yes.

    it would also be nice to be able to move events to other sheets, without losing variables... so annoying

  • Yes and No

    Yes, it is good to have drop downs with names of the functions you already have.

    No, no too much restrictions on calling the function.

    I want to be able to call function before I have them in my project.

    It helps to plan and allows to import functions I wrote in other projects, or to use entire event sheets...

  • I want to be able to call function before I have them in my project.

    It helps to plan and allows to import functions I wrote in other projects, or to use entire event sheets...

    Yes please. +1

  • This would be great! +1

    Ashley

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  • +1

  • Yes and No

    Yes, it is good to have drop downs with names of the functions you already have.

    No, no too much restrictions on calling the function.

    I want to be able to call function before I have them in my project.

    It helps to plan and allows to import functions I wrote in other projects, or to use entire event sheets...

    Ok yes I understand there should not be this restriction.

    But that does not stop functions being available in a list somewhere

    Eg

    any functions that are imported or created within the tool are available in a drop down list like variables

    however this should not restrict calling functions that do not yet exist in your code.

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