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Chrisz
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2024-01-03 09:41:04

When I switch between scenes it doesn't play any sound in the new scene or it plays the sounds from the previous one. If I stop the sounds beforehand, there is no sound at all.
What am I doing wrong?


jctech
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2024-01-03 11:16:04

Hi,

Have you double checked, the sounds in the new scene, are they a compatible format?

Are you using some of the same sounds of the previous scene in the new scene and they are also not working?


Chrisz
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2024-01-03 16:03:40

The scenes are not changed.

1. Scene is Menue
2. Scene Mission

I start from menue (sounds play) into mission scene (with own sounds). After finishing the mission scene it goes back to menue,but the sound comes from mission not from menue.


jctech
Registered User
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2024-01-03 17:38:01

I see

Try stop all sounds after mission, and then when you go back to main menu, try using the “before first drawing “ function to play the menu sounds


Chrisz
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2024-01-03 20:04:12

Thanks.
I do it and it works 90%. When you finish the missions and it jumps back into the menue the voice sound plays once more.

Better then before but not perfect. Something i made wrong.

You can test it.
https://www.dropbox.com/t/Sp1vXa...


just_in_case
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2024-01-04 06:50:58

for me the sound doesn't play again, only the menu music plays.

Edit:- When tying it again it did play the sound again, It is better if you don't stop all the sounds in "Before first drawing " but instead use the action to stop all the sounds right before switching the scene.
This will prevent any sound from that scene from playing in another scene.


Robbo
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2024-01-04 11:46:02

I have also had a lot of issues getting the main scene to run right when returning back from switching to another scene.

If your are changing variables to update something like from a menu then what works for me is to rerun certain setup things after 30ms on switching back into the main scene again...

the 1 or at most 2 frames to wait sometimes is needed I found.


jctech
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2024-01-04 12:35:35

Robbo wrote:
I have also had a lot of issues getting the main scene to run right when returning back from switching to another scene.

If your are changing variables to update something like from a menu then what works for me is to rerun certain setup things after 30ms on switching back into the main scene again...

the 1 or at most 2 frames to wait sometimes is needed I found.



I see where you are coming from, do you think maybe a "dummy" loading screen would work? To transition in between the final scene and the main menu scene?


Chrisz
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2024-01-04 17:16:10

Thanks thats a good idea to use a transition dummy screen. Very good.

I have something now in mind.


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