Yeah, it appears that way, but it isn’t that way. The previewer just remembers what it last saw. Hmm…let me try saying it differently, more specifically.
So if he is supposed to have the square jaw at the beginning, even though it is his default, type in the command at the beginning of chapter 1, like before he even comes on screen: @NIELS changes face into Square Jaw
If you play the story after saving, he should be correct up until the chapter he gets the bruised face.
BUT I’m saying if you play through chapter 10 where he gets the face and THEN you preview right after that, chapter 5, then he’ll APPEAR to have the bruised face. But he won’t have the bruised face for real. The previewer is just remembering his last appearance and hasn’t been coded and told to appear differently yet.
So a reader will see your default guy however you made him in chapter 1. Then as they read, his face will change in 10 just as you coded. But the reader can’t go back all of a sudden to chapter 5 or something and then see that he appears incorrect.
This is something that you CAN do. I’m saying once you put the code to change it to square jaw in chapter 1, even if you preview chapters 2-9 after previewing 10, his face will be correct, you just won’t see it.
It’s a way to have peace of mind. It’s what I do to have peace of mind.