Is there shortcut for cycling through the frames?

  • I'm following the 'how to make a platform game' tutorial.

    There are 144 frames in the tileset.

    It's awkward to go back to the initial frame box and guess a number to find the right tile.

    Is there shortcut for cycling through the frames?

    (I see in the manual that you can ctrl+left/right to parse animations, but I don't see an equivelent for 'initial frame'.)

    Thanks for reading.

  • I would go into the image/animations editor (double click the object, or right click in the objects bar and choose "Edit animations" or "Edit image") and take a look at the animations frame to see which frame I want (it will show all the frames, so the correct one should be easy to pick out)

  • Thank you!

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  • It can be helpful to arrange all of the tiles around the edge of the layout - each set to a different frame. It takes a while to set up 144 of them but it makes level building easier because you can easily find the one you're looking for and CTRL-drag to copy it onto the layout.

    <img src="https://dl.dropbox.com/u/8367729/construct/pics/spritesheetFramesAroundLayout.PNG" border="0" />

  • Bulls eye!

    Thanks!

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