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I have been working on making physics layers for my tile map, and many of the objects have the same shape. I know I can give multiple tiles the same shape if I click each of them after initially constructing the shape. However, I sometime miss a tile and need to remake a previously made physics shape. Does anyone know if you can select a previously made shape without overriding it?

asked in CSC380Jan2024 by (2.1k points)

In the tile set tab you can click and drag the mouse over the tiles you want to edit. You can also hold down shift while selecting to select more tiles, and it keeps the previous tiles selected as well.

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+1 vote

After some searching, I have found that the TileSet painter has an eyedropper tool when editing physics layers. When selecting this tool, you will copy the next physics layer you click on.

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