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By joshuadswa, with 1 reply.
Replied to by Super_Hippo, 18 minutes ago:
The bullet should just move straight. When creating the bullet, change the rotation of it. So it could look like this: <Code Omitted>
classNotFoundException on greenfoot.org
By Nosson1459, with 4 replies.
Last reply by davmac, about 1 hour ago:
clearing your Java applet cache
. This has solved similar problems for me previously. I normally clear both the applet cache and the browser's own cache, just to be sure.
By joshuadswa, with 3 replies.
Last reply by joshuadswa, about 3 hours ago:
Ok :D thank you very much ^^
If it's facing in a certain direction.
By OKNEM, with 5 replies.
Last reply by OKNEM, about 4 hours ago:
Aha. Got it. Needed two equals signs. Thanks for the help! :D
How do you access variables from a different method in the same class?
By SallySanban, with 2 replies.
Last reply by SallySanban, about 4 hours ago:
Thank you so much! It really works. :)
Your browser is ignoring the <APPLET> tag
By Pinkfle, with 4 replies.
Last reply by aldrisang, about 7 hours ago:
Use Internet Explorer. Deactivate the enhanced protected mode (and also the 64 bit processes for this mode) in the options. Open the Java Control Panel, activate Java (in case it is deactivated) and add http://www.greenfoot.org/ to the exception list. After this, it *should* work for you or at least I don't know what else could be different in my settings.
I did all of this and then opened my exported project in IE, and still got the same thing. The enhanced protected mode and 64-bit stuff was already turned off, Java was already enabled... so I simply added that
New Ball after one Timer Delay
By wueschn, with 10 replies.
Last reply by Nosson1459, about 10 hours ago:
@Nosson1459 @valdes Ok, thanks again. I am very happy (and it is a great honor to me) to meet so many experts in this forum that give help on such a high level!!
thanks for the compliment!!!!!
By Nosson1459, with no replies.
What are the steps that I would need to do so that I can open the Greenfoot IDE source code (I already downloaded it) in NetBeans and when I press run it will run fine without any errors or bugs? (I thinks I know that one of the things I have to do is go to "Run" in the project properties and play around with some thing(s) there but I don't know what, there are also compiling errors).
By Fifilein, with 7 replies.
Last reply by Fifilein, 1 day ago:
Thank you now it works!
How to paint a circle in Greenfoot
By wueschn, with 2 replies.
Last reply by wueschn, 1 day ago:
@Super_Hippo Thanks a lot, it works perfect. I just misunderstood the x and y parameter of the drawOval method .....
By joshuadswa, with 6 replies.
Last reply by joshuadswa, 1 day ago:
Okay thank you very much ^^ have a nice day sir
Boolean value from User Class to World class
By Jillis, with 5 replies.
Last reply by Super_Hippo, 2 days ago:
Usually line 4 should replace line 5. If you use it in the prepare method before the User is added to the world though, it will never be true. I think you should pass the User object to the new world and add that user to the new world instead of creating a new one. Then you can check if its entry variable is true or false.
How do I count collisions and pass them across actors?
By dcx, with 1 reply.
Replied to by Super_Hippo, 2 days ago:
First, the score class shouldn't extend the ball class because the score isn't a ball. There are several ways to do it. One would be to save the scores in the world.
Multiplayer (two player) game, shooting in 8 directions
By codica, with 2 replies.
Last reply by codica, 3 days ago:
Sometimes it turns like it should, and sometimes it don't. Got this part of multiplayer, and now how should i do the score part?
Im trying to create a fighting game
By yotemo1, with 9 replies.
Last reply by lordhershey, 3 days ago:
Started messing with the concept here
Fighter Man Demo
it only does movement, there is nothing to fight just yet.