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Posted on 07-22-20, 10:31 am
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I was wondering if there was a way to push the camera up while going upwards in a level, so you can see more of the screen above Mario.
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Posted on 07-22-20, 11:01 am
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Select the view, then tick the box that says "vertical scrolling" or something.
Posted on 07-22-20, 11:35 am
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I know how to do that, but im not sure if theirs a way to increase the amount of tiles you can see above mario.
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Posted on 07-22-20, 01:43 pm
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You can set the "Camera Top Offset" in a view to a positive valure (e.g. 32) and the "Camera bottom offset" to a positive one as well (e.g. 16). That way the camera scrolls way faster upwards when Mario jumps for example but also scrolls less down when falling.
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Posted on 07-22-20, 09:52 pm
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Ok thank you
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