Discussion in 'iPhysics [old jailbreak version]' started by Steaps, Dec 4, 2007.
Hi, I took a look at your level, I'm assuming you tried making it with my Level Editor. You are not doing it right. For one static, you should first add a static. Then select the static in the list, then click add point. Then you select the point and drag the black square from the left corner to where you want it. Then you add another point and repeat the process. Make sure you have at least 3 points under each static, as my Level Editor does not support lines yet.
I am releasing a video soon that shows you how to create a level.
Yea i fixed it, all thanks to rawd's help. it works, im on the second level of my level pack now, hope to be 5, and will probably be out tomorrow.
Great! Are you using my level editor? Any suggestions?
I have just finished creating a video tutorial for iPhysics LE 0.2, it's on youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8IaJXzZL158
Awesome video. That will really help people make new packs, and the more, the better!
Suggestions for LE:
-allow more than 1 target position (for future update).
-Allow drawing of squares and rectangles just like in "paint" ?
-Possible to start the next point at last point entered, rather than 0,0? (just easier) (maybe left click to move black square, right click to "set") ?
That's all I can think of right now. Thanks again for making this soooo much easier
Edit: I am getting "runtime error 53, file not found" when I am trying to change the background..sometimes" , sometimes "user error 70".. hmm (works if I manually change the name of the jpg)
yea im using your editor, its great. thanks
when i used the editor i did every thing right but when i tried to use it on my ipod the ball and every thing else i draw just floats away what did i do wrong
It sounds like you made all your walls "dynamic" objects.. they need to be static objects. Also, go into the .plist file and change your gravity settings to what you want.
Thanks for the comments! Those suggestions are all do-able, so I'll implement them into the next release.
That error your getting, when changing backgrounds is because of the following. My LE is trying to be smart. When you change backgrounds, it deletes the one that is currently set and copies the one you selected into the level pack's directory. If you select a background that is currently set, then LE deletes it and then tries to set it - of course it no longer exists. I'll try to fix that.
When i push the Add point button i have always the same error :
i am under Windows XP Pro SP2
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