Help with CTC positioning?

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Help with CTC positioning?

#1 Post by Wendyd24 » Thu Oct 22, 2020 6:57 pm

Hey again.

I'm trying to figure out how to have a fixed position for a ctc(click to continue button), but I'm having trouble.

I'm trying to achieve a bouncing effect at the bottom middle of the textbox after the dialogue is finished, so I do not want it nestled, and I was attempting to use an ATL, but I can't get the fixed position to be recognized.

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init offset = -2

define narrator = Character(None,

image ctc:
    yalign 0.5 xalign 0.5,
    linear 0.5 xalign 0.60,
    linear 0.5 xalign 0.5,

If I removed the

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then it defaults to nestled, but with that code there, it places the ctc icon in the top right corner, not adjusting to any changes in the ATL numbers.

I know this is a workaround way of doing this, and I didn't want it to be my final solution since I would need to define the ctc in every characters definition, so if there is a better way to do this please let me know! This was all I could really find on the subject and even it is failing me lol.

Thanks for the help. Another thing! Is there anywhere better for me to ask such simple questions? I don't see a questions/help section in the renpy discord so maybe this is the best place?

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Re: Help with CTC positioning?

#2 Post by RicharDann » Fri Oct 23, 2020 8:38 am

In the Character definition, you are not using the "ctc" displayable you created with ATL properties, you're telling it to use directly "ctc.png" which is the image file you placed in your project's images folder. So you need to have it like this:

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define narrator = Character(None,
You may want to change your ATL image name to something like ctc_anim to avoid confusing the parameters.
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