FAQ: Learn Phaser: Basics - Storing State

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I’m getting an error that prevents me from moving forward even though my code works (my circle appears and descends correctly). I had to view solution code to move to the next exercise.

Here’s a screenshot of my original code and error:

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I’d love to see an example of the second way to communicate information between functions.

the explanation says there are three valid techniques to communicate information between functions. The second one,
‘Attach important variables to the Scene itself by creating a new property for this from within a Scene method.’,
will not be explored in this course. Just for learning and understanding purposes, could someone give an example how this would look like?

Yes I agree. There seems to be an error despite the fact the correct code is entered.

Is there no solution for this bug? I can’t get to the next section despite having correct code

I am using Firefox and didn’t run into the bug. So, perhaps try changing the browser. If that doesn’t work, then you can select the “Get Unstuck” option and then under the solution dropdown, select “Get Code Solution”. Finally select “Replace with solution”. Hopefully, that should allow you to complete the exercise successfully.