Complex choices

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#7

It’s hard to understand at first. All those codes are mediums. They are used when you want to add choices into your story. Based on the choice the reader makes, there should be an outcome. Those codes work together to make sure that the different outcomes you write will be given accordingly.

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#8

Have a look here :slight_smile:

But not you @RudeInception :joy:

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#9

Yes, that what i am trying to understand now, i am 100% with the advanced directing, that why i am trying to move to more complecated but it seems harder to understand

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#10

Try this:

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#11

I have to take a look at it now

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#12

This looks like it shows you in detail wowww
Okey, i will have a loook at it and study the codes i hope it helps and i will tell you my oppinion
Thank you

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#13

I saw that it’s not complex
But thank you

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#14

And here’s a list of links to guides made by some brilliant coders:

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#15

OMG , its already writing omg
You really saved my life thank you soooooo much

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#16

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#18

OH no, no locking a choice, i really dunno
It’s something like a lock they used it

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#19

Thank you Sailor Uranus :joy:

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#21

Do you mean like when there’s a lock sign on an option?

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Something like that?

(btw it looks weird because it’s a screenshot from the web previewer just now)

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#22

Yeah u got it! what is it?
you need a pass or what

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#23

It’s actually just a lock it’s not locking a choice you would have to write something like:

choice
< LOCKED>“Option 1”{
NARR
This option is locked.
}

ignore the spaces in <>

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#24

but you can’t enter it right?
You need password or anthing?

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#25

You can enter, like I said it’s just a lock it’s not really locking anything. If you need a password you need type-in choice or coded password.

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#26

HO! got it thank you

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#28

Closing due to one month of inactivity :slight_smile:

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