Since I don’t have experience in Python but I do have some programming background I made a little “description” on what I want to do.
There is a main object with some Boolean variables in it. There is a Keyboard sensor set on All Keys that connects to a script that connects to other objects’ actuators.
If a specific key is pressed and some of the variables are okay then it triggers the correct actuator once. I was experimenting with that but whenever I was able to trigger the actuator it triggered like 10 times regardless of the setup on the keyboard sensor.
What I had in mind:
if (keypressed == BACKSPACEKEY) then if (N==False && Le1==False) then trigger actuator once in Object1 else if (E==True && Le1==True) then trigger actuator once in Object2 if (keypressed == EKEY && E==False && Le1==False) then trigger actuator once in Object3 And so on...
How can I do that in Python? How can I detect if Backspace is pressed?