Coding Help please ---

Hi Guys!
So, I made a phonecall scene and split the background in two. The scene works but how do I code if i want the scene to return back to normal?


Could you take an ss (screenshot or copy-paste it) of the script ?

can you rather help me know how to split the bg in two?
sry i cant help you tho


Sure! Here’s when they start talking and then when one character hangs up. Schermata 2020-11-27 alle 17.40.51

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Sure! Do you know how to turn a background into an overlay?

no :sweat_smile: :disappointed_relieved:

No worries! I’ll dm you and will help you. Although I learned this 2 days ago :sweat_smile:

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Sure that will be great :heart: :two_hearts:

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If I am understanding right you have created the scene with an overlay right?

I made a phonecall scene with two bg scene and Then, after the phonecall scene is ended, I have to move out the background overlayed and the character that is in it. And I don’t know how to code to do this.

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Oh alright I think that you need to code:

@CHARACTER fades out in 4
&OVERLAY fades out in 4


&OVERLAY fades out in 0.5

Copy paste these in your script but don’t forget to change the character’s name and the overlay’s, you can choose the one you like the most
If they don’t work let me know I’ll try to find where the problem is

These are not valid commands, fading is for transitions, not characters or overlays…


I gave you the answer in the split screen tutorial where you asked this too. :blush:

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From what I know characters can fade but idk about overlays that’s why I wasn’t so sure

is not valid command - just test it and you will see it is not a valid command.

yes you can create effect of fading of character and overly but you don’t use this command for it.

move the side you made the overlay with out of the screen with a @OVERLAYNAME shifts to [SPOT] in [time]

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