Overlay helpp with exiting

#8

It works for me but wait can you send me the script?

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#9

Sure

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#10

This is what I typed

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#11

Try clearing the numbers in-front of GBOOKG

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#12

Did you add the overlay to the scene? Did you use the create command or add it to the background name?

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#13

I did and I used create command

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#14

I see what’s wrong. There should be underscrores between the numbers and the overlay name, but just get rid of the numbers altogether. They don’t need to be there.

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#15

I cleared the numbers but on the app the book still won’t appear

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#16

You want me to clear the numbers I front of the book name or all of the shift and scale

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#17

Just in front of the book name, so that it’s just overlay GBOOKG shifts to and overlay GBOOKG scales to

Also, what does your script look like when you used the create command?

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#18

I thought create command was @overy GBOOKG scale…
And shift
Is that what create command was or am I wrong?

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#19

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#20

I fixed it to this image

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#21

I saw that but I don’t know how to get the zones and opacity and %

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#22

You already have the %, it’s the scale number. Opacity is exactly what the example is. The zone is whatever zone you’re in.

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#23

I get it. I’m testing it out now

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#24

Is this right?

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#25

You still need to the create command

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#26

Okay I put the create in the beginning

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#27

I figured it out I put zone 1 when I was in zone 2. Thanks for the help! You were the only one who truly helped me

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