This is the right place for Ren'Py help. Please ask one question per thread, use a descriptive subject like 'NotFound error in option.rpy' , and include all the relevant information - especially any relevant code and traceback messages. Use the code tag to format scripts.
I know my questions are not simple, and sometimes they don't really have a right answer, so that limits the amount of people here who can be of some help or at least start a discussion.
Said that, recently I have been resisting the urge to quote people I know could help or at least give some thoughts about the topic, just to make them see my post. Is that bad? I don't ask that many questions, so I think it wouldn't be a bother for whoever I quote, but that's really relative.
What do you guys think? You would be bothered to be quoted in one of my topics?
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That's exactly the type of feedback I wanted. Thanks!trooper6 wrote: ↑Tue Mar 13, 2018 9:35 pmI don't think you should quote people as a means to ping them. It puts people in an awkward situation of looking like a jerk if they don't have time to answer you right then. It puts pressure on people. Post your question and let people who are moved to answer, answer. Just my 2cents.