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It keeps saying me that 'x' variable is Nan, I checked everything, didn't find a problem..
Can i bypass it somehow ? Can i check if x is nan -> set x 0 ?
p.s I think it's becouse of localstorage...
may be you have set "Type" to text instead of number
You could do a variable check:
if yourVariable*0≠0 then set yourVariable to 0
Ah, I've had something similar happen with local storage - you need to make sure the local storage variable is created and has a value before you can do anything with it, otherwise it will register as Nan.
This is how I set it up, at the start of the main event sheet:
System|On start of layout: Local Storage|check item "yourLSVariable" exists
Local Storage|On item missing: Local Storage|set item "yourLSVariable" to (whatever value you want)[/code:3f4i0lfn]
I also do the following check for if the item already exists and save it to a global variable:
[code:3f4i0lfn]Local Storage|On item exists: set global variable "yourGlobalVariable" to LocalStorage.ItemValue[/code:3f4i0lfn]
I can then work off the global variable instead of referring to the LocalStorage. At the end of the session I can then save that global back our to local storage if needed.
Another related tip - avoid putting any local storage events on a Loader layout, if you have one; I believe that once the game has downloaded once, the loader layout doesn't always play, in which case it would skip all those events.
Woah mate, that is a smart one !!!! )))) Good job with that (if works ) [i'll try it...].
Mine is kinda same :
Start -> check Localstorage 'variable' exists.
on variable exist -> get it...
on variable get ->set variable to Localstorage.value.
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Thank you for answering me, the simplest & fastest answer was Eliot's one.
He deserves a big beer, very very very smart my friend, thank you (y) good job
Just noticed that there is also a System event: General: Is number a NaN
Try using int(LocalStorage.ItemValue) when setting a variable after retrieving a value from LocalStorage
Thank you for the help guys.