Im wondering if i have a movieclip far from its point of origin how much worse would it be compared to how it is normally
what im doing is
i have a square and a object that moves on that square based on what direction that object leaves its square it loads another square(squares are like a grid), and all objects associated with that square the problem is that the new square is offset from the location from the previous square however the objects associated with the square are not
and i know i can just offset these objects in the same manor however i forsee problems in the future can occur doing this
the way the starting square is , its point of origin is 0,0 however it really could be anywhere on the grid(squares are 500 pixels) so say would starting at say 20*500,35*500(and exsist in its natural location) be any worse than starting at 0,0 and building on that
I cannot follow your description and I do not understand what the problem is. Some punctuation to separate your thoughts might help and maybe a screenshot or two depicting the problem as you foresee it. Regardless of my lack of understanding, I see no reason why starting anywhere on the grid is a problem.