Olympics are over. Canada did great. We got 25 medals. Awesome! We did really good in Skiing, but I thought we should have done better in figure skating though. Oh well. Cheers to all the athletes.
Little update to BM-Equip. Can now press CRTL to optimize equipment and ALT to remove all equipment.
Also updated BM-Base to include more shutoffs for extra features
Hey all, looking forward to the Olympics. Personally I like snowboarding and figure skating best.
To business, 3 scripts updated today. Actor Titles fixes the character graphic changing with initial class; the Ring Menu got some internal recoding and actor & party commands can now be separately changed to ring commands; and the Base had a small change to accommodate some issues with custom battle systems.
I noticed a small error in coding for BM Base, so the new update has that fixed. It was a glitch with Vocab for parameters. Also I changed it so that the message codes for the actor titles was in the Actor Titles Script instead of the Message script, so both have been changed. You can now use \nti[x] and \ati[x] in your message box to show titles name and a specific actor's title without needing Message Codes. Also BM-Icons has been updated for future scripting purposes.
YEA Status addon has been updated to include message codes for actor's information from their biography. Also fixed glitch with some definition mistypes.
YEA Status Addon
New script for the list. This one is for message codes. This includes using switches in messages to change what is said, sound effects when letters are appearing, some replacement codes (ie. param, xparam, sparam for actors)
Also the Actor Alignment script has been updated to include some message codes and to fix a script call.
The Actor Titles script has also been updated to fix some vocab issues.
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I have been using RPG Maker for over 10 years. I usually just modify scripts, but occasionally I release more complex scripts for others to enjoy, especially GUI scripts.