wdym? can you elaborate?
In my story I chose point system. I don’t really understand how to make the points sum up from episode to episode. Is it automatic? The computer in each episode character starts with 0 points… Therefore, I don’t understand how to make each choice matter depending on the number of points
trying to make a poll but it says
Poll with multiple choices has invalid parameters.
Check this out: HOW TO: Create Polls
When you’re creating a multiple choice poll, the Minimum value should be smaller than the Maximum value.
So if you have 6 options and you make 5 the max, then the min cannot be 6 (so the min cannot be higher than the max value).
If you make a poll and play around with it as well as with numbers you’ll see what you can and cannot do
You can keep track of the points you get in a notebook. I find that helps
On the web previewer on your computer, you can manually set points (how to here: HOW TO: Reset Story Progress + Bonus Stuff :blob_sun:); when you set the points, you can test out different paths.
You can read more about the points system here:
Does anyone know if when you have all three styles in your story if you could make LL character wear Ink clothing?
I’ve seen this (mixed character styles) somewhere… but how do you have all three styles in one story?
- Create a new story in the Writer’s Portal
- Click the URL:
https://www.episodeinteractive.com/write/ story /Story_Name/123456789012345
- Change story to “character” so it becomes:
https://www.episodeinteractive.com/write/ character /Story_Name/123456789012345
- Start making characters!
This allows for you to create a story with all three character styles (Classic, Ink, and Limelight).
Oh yes yes yes… I remember aiming across this on the forums somewhere before. How fascinating. I should give this a try for fun haha. I wonder if anyone has published a story with all three character styles, it would be interesting to see.
J. Miley has one it’s called takes a deep breath “Pregnant By My Twin’s Student’s Gang Leader Dad.”
It’s a mouthful and a comedy.
Hahaha! Cool thanks!
what is the difference between @MC and &MC
i dont get it
Is there a different coding for LL when it comes to changing eyecolors because I get a warning when I use:
@CHAR changes eyeColor into Red.
Nvm, I realized it was eyescolor and not eyecolor.
@ makes a command happen only when the last command finishes
& makes a command happen simultaneously while other commands are happening.
ohhhhhh thank u