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I was wondering if there is a way to slowdown a for loop? I am printing a text to the screen ("append text function") which uses the "i" variable passed down by the for loop, but i would like each line to "wait" a little before appearing. Currently they just all appear instantly. I have tried adding a "System--Wait" function but it has not worked. Can anyone help me with this one?
Something like this?
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Hi PressStart hope this helps!
I found the following tutorial, by Ashley, regarding the system wait action that might help solve this
https://www.scirra.com/tutorials/56/how ... ait-action
Thanks all for your replies, it still doesnt work how i mean to. I am using the loopindex x time solution and It does slow down each new line, but it always repeats the same text (which in reality dependes of the loopindex). Is a weird result.
That tutorial is really old. You should be using the Timer behaviour these days. It's far more robust.