Trying to power parts of my game with python.
Got a couple of questions:
1) How can I create and destroy sprites using Python?
I want to create some enemies at random places when the player enters a room.
Would also be useful to know how to remove sprites when they are no longer needed.
2) How do I control the view from Python? The way I'm doing it now is to save the desired view coordinates to some global vars and then reading them in later in non-python land. It's a bit ugly to do it this way and I would appreciate some help.
It's not possible, is it?
Been looking through construct for a couple of days now and the closest thing I have found is SpawnObject, but it only creates new objects on a existing objects image points. As far as I understands it.
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You can actually use the System object's actions from script, the Create one is (for example):
System.Create("Sprite", 1, System.mousex, System.mousey)
where 1 is the layer number, and it creates at the mouse. This isn't clear, I know - the next build will have proper intellisense incorporated for the system object, just like with normal objects.
There is a System? It didn't show up in that list to the right when I tried to use it so I figured it didn't exist.
Thanks a lot for the help!