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Navigation Screen

Posted: Sat Jul 28, 2018 1:53 pm
by Minuteman
Hello, I have two questions about Navigation Screen and Menu choices :

1 - I want to add navigation screen - like day, day week, map and etc, show this screen over any other screens

2 - There is issue I have with several menu choices ( 15 ) most of them goes behind screen, this is possible to add a scrollbar to menu choices?

Sorry if this sounds dumb and thanks in advance!

Re: Navigation Screen

Posted: Tue Jul 31, 2018 9:55 am
by Minuteman
Bump?....

Re: Navigation Screen

Posted: Tue Jul 31, 2018 11:12 am
by Per K Grok
Minuteman wrote:
Sat Jul 28, 2018 1:53 pm
...
1 - I want to add navigation screen - like day, day week, map and etc, show this screen over any other screens
...
What is the problem?

Minuteman wrote:
Sat Jul 28, 2018 1:53 pm

2 - There is issue I have with several menu choices ( 15 ) most of them goes behind screen, this is possible to add a scrollbar to menu choices?
As far as I know, not out of the box. You would probably have to build your own choice screen to get what I think that you want. I think you might not be quit ready for that yet. No offense intended.

A simpler model you could try is to split the menu up in smaller parts with the option to jump between the parts.

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label menu1:
    menu:
        "Choice 1":
            ---stuff---
         "Choice 2":
            ---stuff---
         "Choice 3":
              ---stuff---
          "Choice 4":
              ---stuff---
          "Choice 5":
             ---stuff---
          "Next set of choices":
              jump menu2

label menu2:
    menu:
        "Previous set of choices":
            jump menu1
         "Choice 6":
            ---stuff---
         "Choice 7":
              ---stuff---
          "Choice 8":
              ---stuff---
          "Choice 9":
             ---stuff---
          "Next set of choices":
              jump menu3
              
  ------            
              
              
You could also consider other methods for organizing smaller parts of the menu.

Re: Navigation Screen

Posted: Tue Jul 31, 2018 6:35 pm
by Imperf3kt
Really quick 'day', ultra simple screen example

Screens.rpy

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default day = "Sunday"
screen weekday():
    text "[day]"
How to use it:
Script.rpy

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label start:
    show screen weekday
    "Today is Sunday."
    $day = "Monday"
    "Now it is Monday."
    return
Further customisation and automation, depends on how you will use the screen and its purpose.

Re: Navigation Screen

Posted: Thu Aug 02, 2018 5:15 pm
by Minuteman
Per K Grok wrote:
Tue Jul 31, 2018 11:12 am
Minuteman wrote:
Sat Jul 28, 2018 1:53 pm
...
1 - I want to add navigation screen - like day, day week, map and etc, show this screen over any other screens
...
What is the problem?

Minuteman wrote:
Sat Jul 28, 2018 1:53 pm

2 - There is issue I have with several menu choices ( 15 ) most of them goes behind screen, this is possible to add a scrollbar to menu choices?
As far as I know, not out of the box. You would probably have to build your own choice screen to get what I think that you want. I think you might not be quit ready for that yet. No offense intended.

A simpler model you could try is to split the menu up in smaller parts with the option to jump between the parts.

Code: Select all

label menu1:
    menu:
        "Choice 1":
            ---stuff---
         "Choice 2":
            ---stuff---
         "Choice 3":
              ---stuff---
          "Choice 4":
              ---stuff---
          "Choice 5":
             ---stuff---
          "Next set of choices":
              jump menu2

label menu2:
    menu:
        "Previous set of choices":
            jump menu1
         "Choice 6":
            ---stuff---
         "Choice 7":
              ---stuff---
          "Choice 8":
              ---stuff---
          "Choice 9":
             ---stuff---
          "Next set of choices":
              jump menu3
              
  ------            
              
              
You could also consider other methods for organizing smaller parts of the menu.
This looks more simple and easy than creating a whole new screen, thanks!
Imperf3kt wrote:
Tue Jul 31, 2018 6:35 pm
Really quick 'day', ultra simple screen example

Screens.rpy

Code: Select all

default day = "Sunday"
screen weekday():
    text "[day]"
How to use it:
Script.rpy

Code: Select all

label start:
    show screen weekday
    "Today is Sunday."
    $day = "Monday"
    "Now it is Monday."
    return
Further customisation and automation, depends on how you will use the screen and its purpose.
But...this still gets behind when I on different screens ( 'show screen' or 'call screen' statement )