Can someone please help me with this error?


#1

Not sure what the error is (line 291 on down)


#2

Moved to Directing Help & Tips since you are looking for help. Please make sure to review the forum tutorial which helps explain where to correctly create topics. Thanks!


#3

What’s the error saying?


#4

Well it says it’s a “warning” to “use @CHARACTER walks to x y z in S”


#5

The error is on line 291 and 292. The code should look like this:

&DAVIEN walks to spot 0.992 42 in zone # at layer 2
(also change it for the line beneath it)

The zone and layer part is where you’re getting the error. :slight_smile:


#7

Yeah I didn’t noticed…I was checking what’s the error with the overlay is…:joy::joy:


#8

Hmm, it didn’t work it’s still marking the error :confused: by the way i’m just now entering these characters (never entered before)


#9

Could you show a screenshot of what you have now as well as the error it’s giving?


#10

Yes here it is:


#11

You have to put
&CHAR walks to spot 0.992 42 in zone 2
@CHAR moves to layer 2

I hope this works!


#12

Wait!! Is your overlay GRENADE even approved??
As I can’t spot any errors in the overlay commands…


#13

No, that’s why the error for the overlay is there, lol.

And, yeah try what Rahdia said. :slight_smile:


#14

It still hasn’t… i’m actually waiting on many to be approved but I can still use it (just publish it) & that’s the error. Now as for the “warning” is where I have the problem


#15

Damn it…
We should have known it…:joy::joy:


#16

It will show the red cross until your overlay get approved so no need to worry about it…


#17

For the character write like this-

&CHARACTER walks to spot balh blah in 2 (or however seconds you prefer) in zone 2
@CHARACTER moves to layer 2
Do this with both of them…


#18

Wait, since you said that you’ve never used these characters til now, where are they walking from? I don’t think you’ve had them enter from anywhere yet :joy:


#19

Wait you didn’t have them enter from anywhere so are they supposed to get to the spot anyways…


#20

It worked thank you! But why would I have to put the layering on a different line?


#21

Weirdly they entered!