Sprite - On Collision With Another Object - Destroy, etc.
Why can't this be part of a function?
There's no way to drag it in, Construct 2 won't allow it, so I'm guessing it's programmed this way.
It would make programming some things a lot easier.
What's so special about this that it has this exception?
I was able to do a workaround for what I needed, actually learned some cool new things by doing things in reverse vs. what I knew in this weird sequence (since this has to be outside a function), but if this was possible it would enable more complex functions and save a few lines of code here and there.
From reading somewhere, I remember the green arrow means it's executed only once?
How do you change it to once per tick?
And again, why was this programmed this way?
You could argue it's already its own function since it executes once by default, but I just don't understand why it's singled out with this exception and complicates programming a bit.