I am completely confused
What do you label the character’s name when you gave your readers the option of deciding the name?
If that makes sense
I need help I even changed the name to Female avatar to try to fix it but I am getting the error that an eyebrow don’t exist.
You have to change the name female avatar to your characters name
Thanks I got it figured out!
I am confused because it is saying there is an error with the classic natural eyebrow. “No eyebrows called Classic Natural exist.” I have checked more than once and yes it is the correct name, the character does exist, it is spelled correctly and I have the right template. What could be another issue? Also, It is not letting me preview.
Here is the segment that has an error:
NARRATOR Eyebrow shapes.
choice [shouldPaginate: YES]
@NAME changes eyebrows into Classic Natural
Is your story INK or Limelight?
Is character NAME on the list of characters to the right of your script?
Since I add this template in a choice, I replace “first_label_in_template” with the actual first label of the template, but after replacing it, something like this comes out
Anyone help please
Can you help me fix my cc template please it’s not working
“first_label_of_template” was to be replaced with the first label, not replace the first label with that.
The first label of that template (which you removed) was label female_custom_1
So goto first_label_of_template needs to change into goto female_custom_1
Please be sure that you read the original post first
Hello Dara! I have a question.
I already have made an custumization, but I had only few options. Now I’d like to change it to a complete custumization. I checked your templates and they are amazing.
But it says @FEMALEAVATAR on all options. Do I have to change it to my main characters name? Or is there a trick how I can just copy and paste without messing it up?
Thank you in Advance.
THANK YOU SOOOO MUCH
I’ll give you the credit on my Story. Thank you again!
Thx a lot
Did you add that label at the end of the template?
It is limelight, and yes it is.
You’re using an INK template.