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    AR6 Crashing when I delete an action

    I’m experimenting with actions and when I try to delete an action

    Right Click > Delete

    I get an “Are you sure warning”

    If I press yes AR crashes.

    Pat

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    Oh, I’m on Windows 10

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    I’ve found the files under Windows, so I can delete them from there.

    Also, I’m looking at the scripts in Notepad and I am trying to understand the syntax. I assume they can be written as text files and if the correct format is followed they are just run inside Artrage.

    Do they use the same, or similar syntax to the existing script format which I’ve never used?

    Actions are, potentially, extremely powerful

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    Hi Pat,
    The syntax is identical to the script language. And now that we've added brush and keyboard interaction they're even more powerful. I have a tutorial for making an action brush that draws leaves on a vine as you draw. I'll be adding links to tutorials for that later.
    AndyRage's mantra for graphics engine code:
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    Sneak peak time....
    Here's a link to the Advanced Action script tutorials. Warning: These are very advanced topics, and they're written by a computer programmer. But they're damned cool and do show off some of the advanced features of making action scripts which interact with the mouse.
    https://www.artrage.com/manuals/scri...ipt-tutorials/
    AndyRage's mantra for graphics engine code:
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    Thanks, Andy ...

    ... this all looks remarkable.

    Pat

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