For some off reason, when the paint effect ends, the “paint effect ended” condition is true forever, instead of being true for a split second like the “at the beginning of the scene” condition. I think that might be a bug that needs fixing.
As a side note: There’s a chance the events aren’t triggering how you expect, if any of your events are using “at the beginning of the scene”, since you’re using "Pause the scene and start “battletest”, none of those events will fire again once you come back to this scene. Because the scene hasn’t started. It has resumed.
In those cases you would need to use the “OR” statement, and use both “At the beginning of the scene” as well as “Scene has just resumed” conditions.
If you’re not using “at the beginning of the scene” for any of your events here, disregard.
Edit: also you absolutely always want a trigger once ANY time you are dealing with change scene events at all. I’m unclear if it is ontentional or not, but the engine will not change scenes of the action is repeatedly called over multiple frames. Having it without a trigger once can cause issues.
I am relatively new… , but in first image you put “Encountered” in Blooleano Variable, BUT in the second put “Encounterid”!!!
In other post One person wil had problems for hours, because 1 letter changes all!
Make me know,when you Solved!!
I think they’re different variables - one to flag there was an encounter (it’s a boolean), the second to to hold the identity of what was encountered (it’s a number).
@takratzer, just posting the individual events doesn’t really help much. It doesn’t show the logic involved, just some isolated set of and event’s conditions and actions… If there’s a logic problem, we need to see more of the events. PM me with the project if that suits, and I can see if I can work out the issue.
Also, I missed this bit in your first post :
You should not be changing scene in a Repeat loop, and it should have a trigger once in the condition. It is asking for trouble otherwise.
There’s no need to iterate over every instance enemiesgeneral in a few of the other screen snips either.
As a rule of thumb, only iterate over a group of objects if there is a need to change or access something that’s specific to each object. Otherwise, drop the repeat for object and just have the conditions.
One way is to click on their avatar and click on the “Message” button in the top right of the popup. It looks almost like a thread, but has the letter icon in the top left along with the words “Start message”
General note: I’m seeing folks put [NOT RESOLVED] or similar on their thread titles. Please avoid this in the future. I’m removing this from the forum threads I’m seeing it on and leaving this general message on each one.
We only need “Solved” added to the thread title when it is solved, and in most cases that’ll be added by the mod. Changing the title to [NOT RESOLVED] doesn’t bring in new people to threads and can be interpreted poorly depending on the viewer. Thank you!