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I've asked How to test if a shape and a panel are at the same location on Stack Overflow, but I'm not getting the answer I need.
Either the answer doesn't work, or my knowledge of Delphi is too small to understand. When I ask them to explain, or help me, they don't answer.

I desperately need an answer, and I don't have enough reputation to set a bounty.

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Your question has three answers, and you only have a comment in one of them. If none of your comments there has been deleted, I would not say you asked, and they are not replying back. – kiamlaluno Oct 27 '12 at 16:27
@kiamlaluno, they've been deleted. On the top-rated answer the OP had commented something along the lines of it doesn't work and plz help, which is probably why the answerer stopped responding. Craig, if possible always be constructive. People are more than willing to help but it's better to ask for clarification than just saying it doesn't work. – ben is uǝq backwards Oct 27 '12 at 16:37
ok thanks ill try that. – Craig Oct 27 '12 at 16:41
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"(help me) debug my code" questions are not a great fit for Your question is a wall of code, asking people to scale it and help you. Good questions result from boiling the problem down to a very specific question. "How do I make a game where people shoot at panels" is not nearly specific enough.

And why would you want to program a game in Delphi in the first place?

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Because its a school project and we have to use Delphi. What would you use if you were making a game? – Craig Oct 27 '12 at 18:11

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