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MultiScene
# Quick-and-dirty demo of how to run multiple scenes
# in Pythonista; The MultiScene class is basically a
# wrapper for another scene and forwards all events
# to the currently-active scene, which can be changed
# with the switch_scene method.
#
# In this example, the first scene simply draws a red
# background and switches to the second scene when a
# touch is detected. The second scene draws a green
# background and plays a beep sound on touch.
from scene import *
import sound
class MultiScene (Scene):
def __init__(self, start_scene):
self.active_scene = start_scene
def switch_scene(self, new_scene):
self.active_scene = new_scene
new_scene.setup()
def draw(self):
self.active_scene.draw()
def touch_began(self, touch):
self.active_scene.touch_began(touch)
def touch_moved(self, touch):
self.active_scene.touch_moved(touch)
def touch_ended(self, touch):
self.active_scene.touch_ended(touch)
class Scene1 (Scene):
def draw(self):
background(1, 0, 0)
def touch_began(self, touch):
# Switch to Scene2:
main_scene.switch_scene(Scene2())
class Scene2 (Scene):
def draw(self):
background(0, 1, 0)
def touch_began(self, touch):
sound.play_effect('Beep')
# Start with Scene1:
main_scene = MultiScene(Scene1())
run(main_scene)
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@resserone13 resserone13 commented Nov 22, 2020

What about closing multiple scene simultaneously?

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