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.
When creating a new post, there is an option under the area where you enter your text called "Upload attachment". Select and upload the file through there, so we can all see it.
Otherwise we can't really help you, since we have no idea what you're talking about.
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Of course, if there's a problem with the code itself, I wouldn't know, since I use ATL to animate, but the others should be able to help out with that if necessary.
Also, it's easier if you take the code that has the error and post it here. Copy it from your machine and paste it into the browser, then highlight the entire block of coding and hit the "Code" button above the posting window.
1) The changes in code was not saved, so Ren'py execute the previouse (unchanged) version of your script. It is neccessary to save changes in script before runing it (every script file).
2) <return:> in line 10 is not neccessary - just delete it.
3) When you declare a transform, the right sintax would be <trasform transform_name_that_is_a_single_word_without_spaces:> Also, as Gear mentioned, line 14 in your screenshot should have additional indentation, like
xalign 1.0 yalign 0.0
I think, this would be interesting for you to read http://www.renpy.org/wiki/renpy/FAQ#How ... _blocks.3F
That's ok, 'cause you didn't tell Ren'py to "show" your image.But now the image isn't showing up.
You see, <transform> is defining a set of manipulations that can be applied to your image. If you want to show an image, you should use "show" statement, like
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image Negi = "magic.png" label start: show Negi: xalign 1.0 yalign 0.0 L "Yo!"
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init: image Negi = "magic.png" transform some_move_trans: # defines the transform, that can be applied to any image xalign 0.7 yalign 0.0 linear 3 xalign 0.3 yalign 0.5 label start: show Negi at some_move_trans # shows an image "Negi" with transform, named "some_move_trans" L "Yo!"