Remember dressing choice problem 😒

What the fuck is that??, :angry: Whether I give 3 outfits choice or 4 outfit choice…it shows this :point_down: look

Please someone help me out of this problem… :pensive:

You don’t need the condition next to else. Else should be on it’s own.

if (option_1 is option1) {
} if (option_2 is option2) {
} else {
}

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I think that you don’t need to write anything after else. So it should be like this:
} else {

Your scene

}

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I wrote like this :point_down:

Then what’s the problem now??? Whenever i chose option 4, Jane only wear her Default outfit… Wtf is this! :unamused::unamused::pensive::pensive:

Help me

I wrote like this… But look at now :point_down:

Then what’s the problem now?? Whenever i chose option 4, Jane appears with her Default dress… Wtf! Help me out :pensive:

Try like this:

} else {
@CHARACTER changes into OUTFIT 4
}
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Are you trying to let the reader choose an outfit or remember an outfit the reader has chosen before

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What exactly are you trying to do? The coding is wrong. What did you name the outfit choice? For example -
choice (OUTFIT)
“Option1”{

}
“Option2”{

}
“Option3”{

}

When you want to remember this outfit choice-
if(OUTFIT is “Option1”){

}elif(OUTFIT is “Option2”{

}else{
This will be Option3
}

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Remember the chosen outfit

R u sure?

Yes I’m sure. You need to put your choice name in the brackets first then the actual choice in the quotation marks. Also, if you’re previewing on the portal, it doesn’t remember choices your characters will automatically just be in their default outfits. Best to test choice outcomes on the app :blush:

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Okay… I’ll let you know tomorrow… Ok?

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