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I'm having a slight challenge with a memory system I've built into my game. I have a screen for the main memory menu which then allows the player to replay events with the characters.
So we start with the screen 'memories' and have this as a textbutton to access the memory menu for the White Queen character specifically:
if "wq00" in memory or "wq00z" in memory:
textbutton "White Queen" action Hide('memories'), Show('wqmem')
which then opens the 'wqmem' screen, and that works fine. Only problem is that I have a quick navigation screen also going so if the player uses that while the 'wqmem' screen is up, then the 'wqmem' screen may end up being stuck 'on' and I can't put in every possible variation for the characters into the quick navigation screen to close all those .
Is it possible to have a dynamic name for a screen? I thought if I could have a 'memorymenu' screen name that could be dynamically changed whenever a new character memory menu was selected, then I could just have a 'Hide('memorymenu')' action built into every action on the quick navigation bar that would always hide the individual character memory menu, but I haven't been able to figure out how to achieve that. Somehow setting "screen memorymenu' to equal 'screen wqmem' and having Hide('memorymenu') in my quick navigation actions. I haven't been able to find if that's possible, let alone if I'm coding it wrong.
Alternatively, I thought it might work with adding a "memorymenuset" variable into the script and then something like this:
textbutton "White Queen" action SetVariable('memorymenuset', 'wqmem'), Hide('memories'), Show('wqmem')
and then having:
hotspot (585, 702, 86, 128) action Hide('goto_shortcut'), Hide('goto'), Hide('inventory_screen'), Hide('todo'), Hide('memories'), Hide('[memorymenuset'), Show('stphonemenumain')
so that the viaible within the action would always be up-to-date to close the specific character memory menu, but that doesn't seem to work either. Any suggestions on how I can clean this up?
Also, this thread might be interesting for you - viewtopic.php?f=8&t=57095
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