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I basically need a new main menu & it's associated pages such as save, load, preferences ect
How much would something like this set me back?
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I imagine just minimal changes would be less time consuming / difficult and thus cost less than something like creating a gui from scratch.
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For myself, I would be looking at the following questions, though other developers may have different priorities:
Is there a known timeframe? (Most importantly; Is there a deadline?)
Are you looking to pay a fixed price for the lot or a per hour rate until complete?
What and when is the medium of payment and (if you are trading under a registered company) will you need tax registered invoicing?
As Qwxlea says, are the art assets provided and are there any mock layouts?
(without mock layouts of some or all areas, a full quote would be difficult to provide)
Does the work principally involve standard Ren'py widgets or are new ones envisaged?
Is the game and codebase in English and are you supporting multi-language translations?
What additional funky behaviour/design or features are you looking to incorporate?
Sub-note: I would be interested in doing this though should mention that I have not really done much menu area tweaking except for reasonably basic stuff. If I did quote I would be happy to negotiate a lower rate in light of that.