Dara Amarie's Official Help Thread! [closed]

#1314

Hey! I was wondering if you knew how to put characters in the way way back of the background. Do I have to make them small and then put them in a spot?

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#1315

Hi, I’m sorry if this is a really basic question, but how do you pan and have text (narrator) bubbles at the same time? Or basically have any background (not a looping one) or overlay move while the narrator text bubble still happens? Thanks so much!!

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#1316

This question has probably been asked a billion times… How do you make characters appear transparent and ghost like?

:slight_smile:

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#1317

Like have them just pop up without making “walk”? Use the command @remove CHARACTER, then pause real quick for a split second, then just place the character at their spot.

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#1318

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#1319

Yes, you’d have to spot direct them: Spot Directing (Moving Characters Around)

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#1320

Use the & sign for that command and place it before the Narrator dialogue.

&pan to zone # in T
      NARRATOR
   Dialogue.
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#1322

You can learn how to do that here: How to "FADE" Characters

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#1323

Can I get a customation script

character name is @Jayla

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#1324

You can find them here: Multiple Character Customization Templates (INK & Limelight)

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#1325

How do I change the name

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#1326

It tells you when you click on the templates.

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#1327

It dosen’t work

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#1328

If you follow the instructions correctly and in order, it works.

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#1329

I did but it still not working

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#1330

What about it isn’t working? What exact steps are you doing?

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#1331

Thank you so much, life saver over here! :smile:

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#1332

I did ctrl and f and try to write my character name but it dosen’t work

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#1333

You need to read the instructions carefuly and follow them in order

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#1334

I did and it still not working and I did it 5 times and it still not working

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