Layer:move()?

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Post #1by Sambo » 12 Jul 2016, 2:14

There should be a function Layer:move(speedX, speedY). I know it is possible to change the layer's movement by changing its fields, but for me, it would be easier to tell what's going on if I could set the speed in this way.

Also, I just have a question about the Lua language in general: If "move" is a function, is a:move(b,c) equivalent to move(a,b,c)?
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Post #2by Kevsoft » 14 Jul 2016, 7:57

Sambo wrote:There should be a function Layer:move(speedX, speedY). I know it is possible to change the layer's movement by changing its fields, but for me, it would be easier to tell what's going on if I could set the speed in this way.
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Also, I just have a question about the Lua language in general: If "move" is a function, is a:move(b,c) equivalent to move(a,b,c)?
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