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8th May, 2009 at 21:18:54 -

Is there an extension of some sort which makes a timer go up a second every 1 second? You know the ones that are like 00:34:23 for example.

 
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8th May, 2009 at 21:29:40 -

There used to be for TGF1... O_o But I don't seem to have one for MMF2. Maybe you could just use counters and add 1 to them every second? I have three time extensions for MMF2 and none of them display the time directly without a separate counter.

 

  		
  		

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9th May, 2009 at 01:22:08 -

How would one approach this method? I've seen it in many games.

 
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9th May, 2009 at 03:10:23 -

use my timer widget

http://legendkpr.startlogic.com/files/timerwidget.zip

 
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12th May, 2009 at 13:47:42 -

you're welcome?

 
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13th May, 2009 at 04:30:41 -

That is only for if miliseconds statement,

 
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13th May, 2009 at 04:50:36 -

what are you talking about? its minutes, seconds, and hundredths-of-a-second. you could edit it for hours days weeks months years whatever if you understand it. you asked how to go about making a timer. and that is exactly how. it does exactly what you wanted as well. it counts up by seconds. and displays exactly how you asked. "00:00:00".

if you dont want it to display a certain time increment then thats your perogative. im not going to edit it for you if youre going to be ungrateful. the math is there, use it. but you wont find a simpler way to do an exact timer.

sorry if i sound rude but im not to keen on helping people without so much as a "thank you", or "that wasn't exactly what i was looking for, thanks anyway". but you're welcome anyway.

 
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14th May, 2009 at 17:31:52 -

I just used 3 variables: seconds, minutes, & hours.

Every 1 second add 1 to variable "seconds"
If seconds >= 60 then add 1 to minutes / set seconds to 0
If minutes >= 60 then add 1 to hours / set minutes to 0

Display it however you want, but it' pretty simple.

 
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