HI Damien,
Smile. Oh, that is always a pain. I hate it when programmers use a variable like tdg as it means nothing to the developer taking over the project. You would think developer's would try to make his or her code as readable as possible. I always try to do so for myself as well as others. It is always safer to make a variable called AceOfHearts rather than called aoh. At least the former makes sense immediately where the later doesn't mean anything initially.




Damien C. Sadler wrote:
Hi,
As I am working on Danger City I am aware of these movement issues and will fix them in the next release, though I can't give an exact date for that yet as I am still attempting to work out what certain functions and variables mean. Variables such as uw, cdir, l, ltype and tdg don't mean a lot to me in the first stages of development.
Regards,
Damien.


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