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what is wrong with this infantry sequence?
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McPwny
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 25, 2021 8:31 pm    Post subject:  what is wrong with this infantry sequence? Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

i have made this infantry unit but the walk sequence is being retarded. heres the code for it:  

[KrabSequence]
Ready=0,1,1
Guard=0,1,1
Prone=0,1,1
Down=0,1,1
Up=0,1,1
Panic=8,8,6
Crawl=8,8,6
Walk=8,8,6
Cheer=72,14,0,S
Idle1=72,14,0,S
Idle2=86,14,0,E
Die1=114,11,0
Die2=125,11,0
Die3=136,11,0
FireUp=148,8,8
Idle2Sounds= 6 TrexRoar
Die1Sounds= 9 TrexDie
Die2Sounds= 9 TrexDie
WalkSounds= 2 TrexFoot
CrawlSounds= 2 TrexFoot

i have checked and checked again and surely the sequence starts at frame 8, surely it
has 8 frames in its walk anim, and surely it has 8 facings. though it does not walk right.  
i dont even understand what these numbers are supposed to mean anymore. the ini notes  
are inconsistent and modenc has no info either


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PostPosted: Sun Apr 25, 2021 8:54 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

You've got the third value wrong, it should be Walk=8,8,8.

Follow the art.ini comments. The third value tells how many frames to "jump" from the start of one facing-specific version of this animation to find the start of the next facing-specific version of that same animation. Most of the time it's the same as the second value, because you render each facing right after the other. However, it's useful when different animations share frames or when you have different animations for one facing at a time.

If this third number is zero, then it means this animation has no facing-specific versions. Some animations (idle, cheer) have an optional fourth value to determine which direction the unit should face when playing this idle anim, assuming the third value is zero.
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McPwny
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 25, 2021 9:23 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

okay thats got it working. when i read  
Code:
; The third number is the multiplier by the infantry facing
; to reach the facing specific animation start.
 
i thought it had something to do with unit facings which made no sense
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