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1  Game Development / Newbie & Debugging Questions / problem with importing Gif into 2nd JApplet on: 2005-06-08 19:14:39
hey everyone im new to forums but ive got a question on one of the games im making,its a rpg,and im pretty much making it crappy and fast first time and then eventually add better graphics,animation and so on,but first my problem is im trying to make the game in an applet and so far the description page and so on is there a way to open up another Applet from a button,so i can get a GIFpicture on the the backapplet,not drawing them,made a picture in paint and made it a gif to import into Java on a JApplet,like 2characters on a background while i have my first applet running the combat system,if so how would i do this? and if thats not clear enough cause i know sometimes im not clear,is there a way to pop up another applet  with a gif on it while not getting rid of the orginial applet
ty for the help
2  Discussions / General Discussions / Re: Question on Project im working on on: 2005-05-18 08:19:25
Ok im writing this game in Java....just regular old java nothing special,but i dont know if what im doing if im allowed to do in java,but here is a sample of what im trying to do...

private class ContListener implements ActionListener
{
public void actionPerformed(ActionEvent event)
{
Graphics page;
int size;
woods=getImage(getDocumentBase(),"woods.gif");
chars=getImage(getDocumentBase(),"chars.gif");


setSize(APPLET_WIDTH,APPLET_HEIGHT);

page.drawImage(woods,0,0,size,size,this);
page.drawImage(chars,420,500,size/15,size/10,this);


//drawPictures(APPLET_WIDTH,page);


}
}
anyway that is the button in my game where im trying to go from a despription page of character,to a picture background with a guy pasted onto the background,is this the way i should go about it? or is this not gonna work? if so which way should i go about doing this.
3  Discussions / General Discussions / Question on Project im working on on: 2005-05-18 00:33:13
Hello im new to boards but i have 1 question,it is about a project im working on,the project is a RPG game,im not yet doing sidescrolling or anything yet,its pretty much old school style where u click a button and it pops to a background with the character alrdy on it,but im having problems inserting the background and the character into the buttonlistener does anyone have any suggestions for this?
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