Sorry but, thats a REALLY vague question. Rephrase your question with these things in it.
1. What program? If it is a CT program. List what it is; KnP, TGF, MMF 1.0-.5
2. Making a game? Perhaps a drawing program. Or something else, list if so.
3. Use proper grammar and english if neccesary.
4. Put more detail in each portion of the question.
Follow these points and the question should be answered reasonably well.
Well if you have an active you can use multiple frames and simply changes frames/animations at the push of a button... or you can use multiple actives and delete/recreate at the same point the object you want.
So when you click the button ethier:
a) change the frame/animation of the single object
b) delete the object and create the new one at the same coordinates as the first.
Hmm it seems like the animations aren't working either. Here's an explanation... Okay, say Bob changes into Joe's stopped animation when I press Ctrl. Then when Joe tries to walk, he's still in his stopped animation but just sliding around. And when Joe shoots, he uses Bob's shooting animation instead. So how am I supposed to do this? Sorry I'm very inexperienced.
Replacing A with B: Set B at 0,0 from A. Set direction of B to direction of A. Set any alterable values/animations/whatever that you use of A in B. Destroy A.
Seriously, just try thinking a little more.
"Omg. Where did they get the idea to not use army guys? Are they taking drugs?" --Tim Schafer on originality in videogames
"It's a game and it's TGF. And you should take your own advice and use proper english."
You shouldn't start new sentences with the word 'and'. Two words in a short sentence, especially in a conjunctive state should not be used. It's not incorrect but makes you look retarded. Instead it would look better to write, 'I am using TGF to make a Game.'
Upon pressing 'ctrl' set active1 to X,Y to X,Y of active2
Set direction of active1 to direction of active2
set values and blah blah whatever else to active 1 from active 2
thinking is like pong, it's easy, but you miss sometimes.
i don't want to drag this post off-topic, but if you're going to be ridiculously pedantic and lecture people, liquixcat, you should probably make sure you're right first... it's perfectly acceptable to start a sentence with "and", "but" or any other conjunction.
"Say you're hanging from a huge cliff at the top of mt. everest and a guy comes along and says he'll save you, and proceeds to throw religious pamphlets at you while simultaniously giving a sermon." - Dustin G