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This is an advanced tutorial in order to explain how to reuse existing Animations, but using Prefixes to give meaningful names to the new animations, while being able to make minimal changes to the the new animation.
If you don't know how to use the Animation System, visit this guide first: Animation Walk-through
Consider the following example:
[BonusAnimSet] Texture = bonus.png FrameSize = (16, 16) Pivot = center KeyDuration = 0.1 StartAnim = Loop Loop = 8 Destroy = 8 Loop-> = Loop # .!Destroy Destroy-> = [Loop1] KeyDuration = 3 [Destroy] BlendMode = add
We can now set the KeyDuration for the first frame of Loop as well as the BlendMode for the whole Destroy animation and it'll get carried away even for animation sets based on this one using a prefix, such as the following:
[[email protected]] Prefix = BonusBomb [BonusBombLoop] TextureOrigin = (0, 16) [BonusBombDestroy] TextureOrigin = (128, 16)
Prefix = BonusBomb, properties like
BonusBombLoop will refer to the inherited
And now. where we simply override the TextureOrigin for both animation BonusBombLoop and BonusBombDestroy but we'll inherit the KeyDuration and BlendMode that we previously set in
This takes a few minutes to get the hang off, but it is amazingly powerful.