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  • > Which demo are you using? Mine or LaurenceBedford's?

    > In the demo I posted, the scroll is limited by the size of the Panel object. You can manually place all your menu buttons on it, resize Panel to cover all buttons. Then Pin buttons to the Panel and the scroll should work correctly.

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    > Also, re-download the demo, I updated it a few minutes ago.

    Im using yours. I had pinned the buttons to the panel and resized the panel accordingly, however when I scroll, I can simply scroll the panel off the screen, with all the buttons on it.

    QQ:

    if I'm doing it manually, I only need to use these events right?

    snipboard.io/xPf1w9.jpg

    These are not necessary if it's done manually (pinning the objects to the panel) ?

    snipboard.io/CogeHA.jpg

  • tf_likha Yes, if you are manually placing all buttons in the menu, you don't need those events. But you still need to pin the buttons to the Panel object.

  • tf_likha Yes, if you are manually placing all buttons in the menu, you don't need those events. But you still need to pin the buttons to the Panel object.

    Got it! I do have another Q though.

    I copied the code and when I run it on your capx, it works fine. (The scrolling by dragging). There's this subtle movement and doesnt stop if you let go.

    When I run it on my end, even with the same codes, the output isn't the same. It stops when you stop dragging it.

    Is there a way to fix this?

    My code: snipboard.io/qE5vKZ.jpg

    Workboard: snipboard.io/FEemLD.jpg

    Behavior of my panel: snipboard.io/UcnshE.jpg

    mouse scroll is good but the dragging - I'm lost.

    Here's my cp3 file: drive.google.com/file/d/1fObmx_IJQgDDWDrsyDK75abbGidZo62q/view

  • tf_likha Yes, if you are manually placing all buttons in the menu, you don't need those events. But you still need to pin the buttons to the Panel object.

    Oh and this one is what I did with your code: drive.google.com/file/d/1_JpiogcjIgclvPEBOARtJgQk7PXiOjYY/view

  • You missed these two actions:

    Edit: and also conditions comparing Touch.Angle in events 5 and 6.

  • You missed these two actions:

    Edit: and also conditions comparing Touch.Angle in events 5 and 6.

    Oh! Got it!

    The file I gave you apparently was faulty because I accidentally deleted the touch object.

    After including it back, I was amazed that it suddenly worked on the testing capx (after including the events you marked with red)

    The problem in my actual game file was that the "Touch" object was in a folder. But when I placed it out of the sub folder, it worked!

    Good Lord I spent almost the entire day doing this. I'm going to cry hahahaha

    Thank you for answering!

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  • Yeah, there is a bug in Construct with Touch conditions/expressions sometimes not working in "On Drop" event. It depends on the order you added these objects to the project, or whether they are in a folder.

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