is it possible to add a picture during a fadeout screen?

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i'm trying to roll the credits at the end of my game and i'm using scrolling text over a faded out screen, but the picture won't show up at the side when i want it to. so i was wondering if it's not possible to show a picture on a faded out screen ? thanks so much
 

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How I have done it is like this:
Fade out screen
Call common event with the Credits.

I do not understand what picture it is that you are trying to show. My credits are not on a picture. On tab 1 of the event menu command there is "Show scrolling text". Just select that, set your scrolling speed and then type in all the credits. I think if you are trying to use a different method you are likely to hit all sorts of problems. Could you give us a screen shot of your event?
 

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How I have done it is like this:
Fade out screen
Call common event with the Credits.

I do not understand what picture it is that you are trying to show. My credits are not on a picture. On tab 1 of the event menu command there is "Show scrolling text". Just select that, set your scrolling speed and then type in all the credits. I think if you are trying to use a different method you are likely to hit all sorts of problems. Could you give us a screen shot of your event?
Wow... How have I never noticed that there's a "show scrolling text" option!? I went and made several separate text boxes for my end credits because I didn't know that this option was there. I feel blind now...
 

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