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Water help!

I'm having trouble with the water you swim in, how do you get it?

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Use the Water Level event, found in Environment > Scenery. Set the variable "height" to the Y co-ordinate of the tile you want the water to stop at, then set the variable "instant" to 1. Then, surround the Jazz/spaz start positions with these events.
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remember if the "height" is to large you will get sort of a low gravity effect
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I don't even know how to get the co-ordinates ;p
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They appear in the status bar in jcs, or in jj2 if you press F9 twice..
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remember if the "height" is to large you will get sort of a low gravity effect
But your level itself must be large enough (in terms of number of Y tiles) to accomodate the depth.
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Quote:
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remember if the "height" is to large you will get sort of a low gravity effect
Higher than 128.

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