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one set of buttons affecting 2 sprites

one set of buttons affecting 2 sprites

one set of buttons affecting 2 sprites

(OP)
i currently have a back and a next button set up to change one sprite with a series of sprites that all remain the same size.  i wish to have the same buttons affect 2 sprites at the same time.  currently it counts from the beginning 1 2 3 4 ... but when i add  one more sprite to be affected it counts (left and right for text example) 1 1 (press next) 2 3 (next 3 4) .. i would like it to be 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 ect ect ..  one set of buttons changing 2 sprites and having them be the same affect, just cycling  internal images

example ... a side view of a car would have 2 rims, i would like the next and back buttons to affect  rim selection on the front and back  rims, would like them to change and be the same image for each change

RE: one set of buttons affecting 2 sprites

(OP)
never mind i got it all figured out ... just had to script in another sprite to affect it added in myThumbnail2
and just duplicated that where ever myThumbnail was and boom
and thats how its done ... dont know if thats the correct way to do it but it works -)

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