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Oml thank you!!! You saved me a lot of wrist-breaking! Let me know if you need anything

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I just copied and pasted it. Nothing much.

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Ooh I’ll have to test that out! Copying pixel by pixel is a pain!

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I wasn’t aware you could copy and paste… :cold_sweat: I wish I did! Lol

I just wish there was an easier way to flip it.

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Yes! A 90 degree flip in editor would be amazing

You can do flips across an axis easily in code with one block (blocks) or one line (JavaScript). For rotations, use an index loop for each pixel into a new image.

Rotate 90 degrees - (x, y) to (-y, x)

I’ll send the code (it is there now).

Press A!

Make sure to view the code.

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you can use that square tool that you use to move the sprite and just ctrl + c than when you are in a different sprite just ctrl + v

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Quick question: When you use "ask for a string “name” ", how do you make it so whenever a npc refers to the player they use the entered string?

I would store the output from ask for string in a variable, probably save it with the settings extension too, and just concatenate the variable with the text. Like instead of Hello there, person!, you would do join("Hello there, ", name, "!")

How would I do this part?

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Like the new Halloween-themed PHP!

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OMG, that was almost at the exact same time! :rofl:

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Wow we replied at the same time.

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And again.

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start

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I used Google Spreadsheets to flip an image from right to left.

  1. Copy the image code in the ‘javascript’ view of your code – the stuff between ` marks.
  2. Start a new google spreadsheet by going to http://spreadsheet.new
  3. Paste into cell A1. It should full up a few rows with characters, one per pixel of your image.
  4. Paste this code into cell B1:
    =ArrayFormula(IFERROR(PROPER(CONCATENATE(MID(A2,LEN(A2)-ROW(INDIRECT(“1:”&LEN(A2)))+1,1))),""))

That should do it. Copy everything from column B, and paste it back into your ‘javascript’ view of your code, replacing the original with this new flipped version.

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This doesn’t seem to work for me, but if it works for you, could you do it for this?: