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Thread: Random movement question

  1. #1

    Random movement question

    Hey i have this code i understand somewhat


    PHP Code:
    MovieClip.prototype.moveMe = function(beginendspeed) {
        if (
    this._x<=end) {
            
    this._x += speed;
        } else {
            
    this._x begin;
            
    this._y Math.random()*(64.5-0.5)+5;
        }
    }; 
    and the movieClip

    PHP Code:
    onClipEvent (load) {
        
        
    this._y Math.random()*(64.5-0.5)-5;
        var 
    begin1 = (- (this._width 2))
        var 
    end1 = (Stage.width + (this._width 2))
        var 
    speed1 Math.round (((Math.random() * 4) + 1))
    }
    onClipEvent (enterFrame) {
        
    this.moveMe (begin1end1speed1)


    this moves along the X axis at a random speed / y axis

    now how do invert it to make it go random on the Y axis with the stage width being 445y , 0y and 441x, 750x man all this math/coding fries my brain!!
    none.yet

  2. #2
    Well if its moving on the _x and having the _y random, then just switch the _x's and the _y's in the scripts.

    That way the _y will be moving and the _x will be random.

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