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  • #1, by ygmantellMonday, 17. August 2015, 15:32 5 years ago
    When I click run game, do I have to play the whole game to test things, or is there a way for me to test only one scene. Like, if i want to test a scene in the middle of the game, do I have to go through and play until I get to that scene?
    Thanks.

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  • #2, by ke4Monday, 17. August 2015, 15:36 5 years ago
    You can choose the scene which will run as first in the main tab but you also need to set in your main character properties tab that the character will start there.

    If the scene isn't related to the others you can do that, but sometimes you need to change some of yours conditions&values for the testing as the game depends on the previous actions.

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  • #3, by ygmantellMonday, 17. August 2015, 15:42 5 years ago
    So, If I want to test a scene in the middle of the game, I need to move that scene so it is first, test, and then move it back?
    Thanks

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  • #4, by ke4Monday, 17. August 2015, 15:45 5 years ago
    You can just simply choose the scene in the box like here at the picture.
    No need to move anything.

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  • #5, by ygmantellMonday, 17. August 2015, 15:46 5 years ago
    That is what I meant. Thanks

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  • #6, by ke4Monday, 17. August 2015, 15:48 5 years ago
    No problem.

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  • #7, by Simon_ASAMonday, 17. August 2015, 15:54 5 years ago
    I wonder if there is not a way to jump to another scene with the console? (TAB)
    It could prevent changing anything (like the conditions or the position of the character)

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  • #8, by ygmantellMonday, 17. August 2015, 15:57 5 years ago
    Yeah, thats what I was worried about. No big deal, you could just change them back, but it is a pain.

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  • #9, by Simon_ASAMonday, 17. August 2015, 16:00 5 years ago
    Agreed!
    Didn't have this problem with Adventure Maker :p

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  • #10, by ke4Monday, 17. August 2015, 16:05 5 years ago
    I'm not sure if i understand, but how could it be possible to skip the change conditions part? Because yeah it's pain sometimes to do that.

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  • #11, by loro-gamesMonday, 17. August 2015, 16:50 5 years ago
    You could also make a little mockup menu that you can run from any point in the game (for example with a specific key) which leads you to a screen where you can choose scenes or switch on conditions and so on. As long as you delete that menu upon finishing your game in the end this could be pretty helpful grin

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