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I've been searching the internet for the solution but I probably suck at it (and making RPG games)...
I don't know how to make an event where I can toggle a metal door to slide so it can be passable, and then pressing the action button again to "slide" the metal door back. The event I want to make is similar to a part in "Ao Oni" where you can slide metal doors side to side.

I'm really sorry to take some of your time away for my selfish request but any help is appreciated!
 

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It depends on what kind of pictures you have - are those doors tiles or sprites?
 

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It depends on what kind of pictures you have - are those doors tiles or sprites?

I'm using a tile from the "Indoor Tileset"... Am I supposed to use a specific type?
 

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I think the best way to do this is to make a charackter sheet with the door and make a move route for the slide animation.
 
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I think the best way to do this is to make a charackter sheet with the door and make a move route for the slide animation.
That may be the solution, I'll try it out!
 

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i remember that being posted in forum, you just need to search the forum this is already done
 

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