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01-15-2002 17:04

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Tony Rose

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What coordinate is z? The help guide says the format should be as follows... set map tile x,y,z,index. Thanks ahead of time.

01-15-2002 17:25

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Jim D

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Z corresponds to the map layer. If you only have one layer in your map, z should be zero (0).

Hope that helps.

01-15-2002 20:42

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Tony Rose

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Hmmm

Using that format the compiler returns "Unexpected ," after the z coordinate. Whats going on?

01-16-2002 01:23

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Jim

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maybe the TNT staff can shed some light on this

Huh, I don't know. The Map Tile command takes x,y, and z as parameters, and with that z is the layer, so I had just assumed that Set Map Tile worked the same way. Apparently not (I haven't actually tried Set Map Tile). Sorry!

01-17-2002 20:28

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Anyone?

Cmon,nobody can help me out here? Im sorta stuck until I figure it out. I guess it gives me plenty of time to do artwork.

01-17-2002 20:45

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ERaZer

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Set Map Tile...

Well If you want to set a tile located at x:2 y:7 z:0 (z is the layer) to picture 293 you would write:
Set Map Tile 2,7,0,293

01-23-2002 23:39

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Mark Tully

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Fixed in 1.02

That was a bug in 'set map tile', it though there should only be 3 arguments when there should be 4, and so was proclaiming the last one 'unexpected'.

It's fixed in TNT Basic 1.02 which will be released in a week or two.

Mark

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