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Please help me to use macromedia director mx lingo on a script

Please help me to use macromedia director mx lingo on a script

Please help me to use macromedia director mx lingo on a script

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Basically I am trying to increase the height of a script vertically.  Unfotunately although the script works for the increase in height, the increase works downwards only instead of working upwards only.  I want the base of the vertical sprite object to stay the same  whilst the upper part increase to my specified height.  Please assist me for it is giving me  too much to worry about - having spent days trying to resolve this piece of lingo.

Thanking you most sincerely for your prompt assistance.
Eduardo

RE: Please help me to use macromedia director mx lingo on a script

May be the registration point of your sprite member is on top like point(0, 0)? If so, set the registration point at the bottom of the member.

Kenneth Kawamoto
www.materiaprima.co.uk

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