(First of all, I don’t mind if you guys work in Nifty or in just the standard guiNode, but I certainly find the latter much easier and handier to use for my purpose, which is not at all very advanced.)
So, I wanted to pause the gui for a second or two, or at least a certain subnode of it, and then be able to “resume” it again. Now, this sounds a bit weird, but maybe in pseudocode it sounds better:
guiNode.pause(1000); //Shows the first image for 1 second
guiNode.pause(2000); //Shows the second image for 2 seconds
guiNode.resume(); //Allows the guiNode to be manipulated again.
Now, maybe if this could be in some way manipulated using a trick similar to the one with a red loading bar for Nifty gui (I recall reading it somewhere, can’t seem to locate it anymore), that would of course work great… Basically what I need it for is a series of images (an animation-ish, but much longer. I am not very knowledged about animations for 2D) which I want to replace after a certain amount of time.