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problem using state machine with structure event (mouse clicking)

Yes, it is the case in this example. In practical, the position will be randomized.
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Getting the properties of the picture using the Property Node allows them to be randomized, the positions and sizes wont be hardcoded.
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Oh yes, thanks I have not thought proceeeding like that.

So with your idea of shift register I don' have to use the event structure. But in this architecture can I even though (for practical reasons) continue to use event structure once or it is not possible? 

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I don't have found in your zip an event structure??? I send you an example in which i used event, i think that you can use such a structure for your code for sure.
You have to add 2 conditions in the main while loop, each condition can control an event (moussse click, mousse position....)

Kamal
NIF
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Thanks, Yes, my code contains several events structures  with mouse up  commands. If you look at sequence structure, you will see them.

You have to add 2 conditions in the main while loop, each condition can control an event (moussse click, mousse position....)

You mean  that  I have to write it with shift registers ?

 
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Hi
I think that it is possible with register.
 
Kamal
NIF
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Okay, thanks, but I don't see how to handle events like mouse clicking without event structure? For clicks on picture indicator and on boolean control.
 
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Do you know how do this, please? Thank you.
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RIght, I would still use the event structure to obtain the mouse click coordinates.
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