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How can I detect collisions between 2 line objects?
Its not supported.
How ever you can use a sprite as a dummy, and set the sprites to the start and end positions of the lines.
I was afraid that this is only option.
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Is there any way to retrieve line objcet angle in event sheet editor?
There's no specific command for it, but it's doable with a bit of math.
I'd figure it out for you but all I remember from college is how to drink and smoke.
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You can use the angle() expression to get the angle between the start point and end point, which will give you the angle of the line:
Angle(Line.StartX, Line.StartY, Line.EndX, Line.EndY)
There should probably be an included expression, though.
Well there ya go. That's actually a lot easier than I thought it would be.
Guess I should pay more attention to the system expressions.