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Subject: RE: MIA, Ask an Expert: movement and keys
From: "Burke, Bridget -CKJH" <BRIDGETBU@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 13 Apr 2006 12:36:13 -0700

A student in my class created this Frogger. It answers the problem below
which was posed my another student of mine. It seems that we were unable
to do this with the arrow keys but all other keys work. We think.

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Subject: Re: MIA, Ask an Expert: movement and keys

On 11 Apr 2006 at 16:40, Ask an Expert - Question wrote:

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> from: <zfan5@xxxxxxxxxxx>
> date: Tue Apr 11 14:46:03 2006
> 
> how do i make it so i can hold down a key to make somthing move 
> constantly and when i release the key the obiject will stop. thank you

> for your time


I couldn't find a way.

Daniel





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