ERROR: How To Make Multiple Choices In One


#1

Hi. I’m having a difficult problem on making as many choices in one, if that makes sense. I will put my script down below on here but don’t mind the NARRATOR or Me (CANNIE) as I am not done yet. I just want to know how to put multiple choices in one. Any help please…

The ERROR said:
Unexpected block end: Did you forget the {which goes with this}, or forget to put the word “choice” at the start of this choice option?

The ERROR mark an X to… (look for the one mark in BOLD } )

EXT. JUVIE TRAIN TRACKS - NIGHT

label mainpage_0

    NARRATOR

Select your choice.

choice
“Author Introduction” {
@CANNIE walks to screen center in 2 AND CANNIE faces right
}
“Frequently Asked Questions” {

    NARRATOR

Select the questions.

choice “Why is there a limited of customization?”{
NARRATOR
Because…

    NARRATOR

And another because…

}
“When will you update next Episode?”{

    NARRATOR

If you were a writer and you have personal life of your own.

    NARRATOR

Explain another reason…

}
“Do I get to choose who I want in the end?” {

    NARRATOR
    You will be given 3 choice at the end..

}
“Will you continue this story?” {
NARRATOR
ABSOLUTELY YES!
}
“How long will the story be?”{

    NARRATOR

Maybe 25 Episode.

    NARRATOR

I’m not exactly sure yet.
}
“Main page” {
label mainpage_0
}
choice
“End Episode”{

NARRATOR
Thanks for reading!
label end_0
}
}
“Credits goes to…” {

    NARRATOR
Credits for Templates...

    NARRATOR

Credits for Backgrounds…

    NARRATOR

Credits for Overlays…

    NARRATOR

Credits for Art Cover…

    NARRATOR

Credits for Intro & Outro Cover…

}
“End Episode” {
NARRATOR

Thanks for reading!
label end_0
}


#2

I think you have to use labels


#3

Okay but what name of label am I using? I’m sorry it’s a bit confusing.


#4

You name it anything you like
So for example

label FAQ
"question{

blah blah
}“question2”{
Blah blah

}“are you done”{

goto im_done

}

label im_done
NARRATOR
Are you finished asking questions?
choice
“Yes”{
NARRATOR
cool
}“No”{

goto FAQ
}


#5

Okay thanks! I’ll try that and see if it work.


#6

I tried it and it didn’t work at all.

@Dara.Amarie or @Apes can any of you please help me with this error?


#7

So if you’re doing menus, you want to use “goto” to return to the menu after a selection, not “label”. “Goto” brings you back to the label, which marks a part of the script. If you want to bring people back to the frequently asked questions menu after they ask a question, that’s going to have to go under its own label, and you can bring readers there by having a “goto” connecting to it after they choose that option.

I’m better at doing than explaining, so I included an example of the corrections I’m talking about. I haven’t tested this, so if it brings up any new errors, let me know what the errors say.


#8

Thank you so much! I’ll let you know as soon as possible if it works out.

And… It works. I appreciated the help!


#9