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2009/7/14

DoTheBoneBike

PROJECT TITLE: DoTheBoneBike
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PURPOSE OF PROJECT: This Is A Present For Colorfulteen
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HOW TO START THIS PROJECT: With The Run Button
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AUTHORS: DoTheBone
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VERSION or DATE: 14-07-2009
- these wheels are rolling me to colorfulteen ;-)
VERSION or DATE: 15-07-2009
- color the holes in the biker
VERSION or DATE: 16-07-2009
- draw the road
VERSION or DATE: 17-07-2009
- scroll the background
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USER INSTRUCTIONS: The Run Button + The Arrow Left/Right Keys.

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MrIncredibleMrIncredible

2011/8/9

Haha thats crazy ! If I drive to the left or the right. Nearly out of the screen the coloured holes rolls away ! very lol MrIncredible
dothebonedothebone

2011/8/10

I'm glad that you can laugh about it because I make this for FUN. Now I have to go to the repairman lol.
MrIncredibleMrIncredible

2011/8/12

:-D
dothebonedothebone

2013/6/23

back on track
dothebonedothebone

2013/7/12

Hi guys, hope you can help me. I'm trying to reference the world from an Other class with: uWorld u = (uWorld) getWorld(); But I receive a message: cannot find symbol - method getWorld(). What can I do to reference the world from an Other class? Thanks in advantage!
KartoffelbrotKartoffelbrot

2013/7/12

Maybe you wrote this not into an actor class. Only the Actor class and its subclasses can use the actor methods.
dothebonedothebone

2013/7/12

Agree Kartoffelbrot, but what can I do to reference the world from another class then an Actor or a World class?
KartoffelbrotKartoffelbrot

2013/7/12

Therefore an Actor has to be in the world. You can create a new Actor, but then I have no idea how to put him into the world to get the World.
danpostdanpost

2013/7/12

'Other' classes are not able to reference the world unless you pass the world (or an actor that is in that world) into it. This can be done when you create an object of that class (in the constructor of that class) or when calling a method on an object of that class.
dothebonedothebone

2013/7/12

Thanks danpost, I got it allright.

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