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1
I guess it can be do it like this:

Detect if registry key SmoothMode is 0
- Change registry key SmoothMode to 1.
- Open new game instances.
- Exit old game instances.
else
- Nothing happens
end
2
Oh, you're right!
Thanks Blizz.

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HKEY_CURRENT_USER/Software/Enterbrain/RGSS/SmoothMode
HKEY_CURRENT_USER/Software/Enterbrain/RGSS/WaitForVsync
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Is there any way to change smooth mode & reduce screen flickering with a script?

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Try replace this

    @function_stats ||= lambda do
      @actors.collect {|a| [a.hunger, a.max_hunger, a.thirst, a.max_thirst]}
    end


with

    @function_stats ||= lambda do
      $game_party.members.collect {|a| [a.hunger, a.max_hunger, a.thirst, a.max_thirst]}
    end
5
Cross engined XP & VXA

- Rename move_straight to move_straight_line (conflict with VXA method)
- Changed from overwriting Game_Character#update -> Aliasing Game_Character#update, #update_jump, #update_move, and #update_stop.

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#===============================================================================
#
#           HERETIC'S MOVE STRAIGHT
#           Version 1.1
#           Wednesday, April 3rd, 2013
#
#===============================================================================
#
# Author: Heretic
# Date: Wednesday, April 3rd, 2013
# Version 1.0
#
# This script allows a character to move to a location in a straight line.
#
# This is NOT a Pathfinding Script
#
# This is NOT a Pixel Movement Script
#
# This is NOT a Projectile Script
#
# Straight Lines are easy if you are moving one of the 8 predefined directions.
# Move Left, Move Left, sure, that moves straight, but what if the spot you
# wanted to move to isnt in one of the 8 Default Directions including Diagonals?
#
# What if you wanted your character to move at a 22.5 degree angle?  That is
# what this script allows you to do, without all the angles.
#
# Really, it is just a duplication of Jump, and works similarly.
#
# move_straight_line(x, y, [duration optional])
#
# Script Calls here go into Move Route -> Scripts
#
# X and Y coordinates how far to move.  Thus, they are RELATIVE to the current
# position of your Character and are NOT Absolute.  That is to say (1, 1) will
# move your Character one space down and one space right.  It is NOT saying to
# move to a Map Coordinate of 1, 1.
#
# Positive Values are Down and Right
# Negative Values are Up and Left
#
# --- Usage Commands (Enter these in a Move Route Script) ---
#
# move_straight_line(1, 3)   - this will cause the NPC to move Down and Right
# move_straight_line(-1, 3)  - this will cause the NPC to move Down and Left
# move_straight_line(-1, -3) - this will cause the NPC to move Up and Left
#
# --- Usage Command with Optional Duration ---
#
# move_straight_line(1, -3, 62)  - this will cause the NPC to move Up and Right and
#                             take exactly 62 frames to get there.
#
# The optional Duration can be used to Syncrhonize Animations, say if you
# wanted a character to take exactly 23 frames to get from its current location
# to the new location.  Otherwise it is just based on the current Move Speed.
#
# Passability: Just like jump, passability is NOT checked between points A
# and B.  Passability IS checked for the spot being moved to, and only if
# the NPC being moved does not have Through enabled.
#
# Move and Step Animations are both enabled for this.  So if you do not want
# your character to walk to a location, disable Move and Stop Animations in
# your Move Route.
#
# Character Turning is enabled for this.  If your Character needs to turn to
# get to a location, it will.  If this causes you trouble, then just turn on
# Direction Fix.  Don't forget to turn it back off if you want that Character
# to turn later.
#
# Move Speed of 0 will cause your character to snap to the location on the
# next frame.  This was done to prevent a divsion by zero error.
#
# Practical uses:  I needed to write this in order to simulate a projectile, so
# I figure you might need it for the exact same thing. 
#
# Examples: Magic Missle, Shooting an Arrow, a Football, etc...
#
#
#
#
# --- Installation and Compatability ----
#
#
# Place BELOW any scripts that affect Movement.  It can go above everything
# else.
#
# The SDK also fully redefines Game_Character update, hence why this script
# needs to go below it.  I've encountered more issues with the SDK than
# anything else, so hopefully it doesnt give you any sort of issue there.
#
# screen_y has been aliased, but redefinitions of that are extremely uncommon.
#
# update_jump, update_move, and update_stop has also been aliased.
# This alias is to prevent those methods from working when characters
# in the middle of moving straight.
#
# move_type_custom has also been aliased.  If you have another script that might
# fully redefine move_type_custom that is below this script, you may need to
# cut the move_type_custom from here, and place it as its own script BELOW
# the redefined move_type_custom.  Probably easier than merging them.
#
#
#
# --- Legal ---
#
# You may use, alter, and distribute this script as long as you give
# me credit.  This script may need to be edited, hence why you are allowed to
# make changes, then redistribute it.  You may take credit where credit is due.
#
# If you make any changes to this script, you may claim any part of the code
# that you have changed as your own.
#
# This script may be freely used in commercial projects without any form of
# compensation to me, or other authors of modifications to this script for
# the use of this script.
#
# You may NOT sell this script, or any alterations thereof.
#
# You may NOT alter the existing Legal section, but may add to it in order to
# provide yourself credit for any work you have done.  I am willing to
# negotiate with you on any other alterations or usage of this script.


#==============================================================================
# ** Game_Character (part 1)
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------
#  This class deals with characters. It's used as a superclass for the
#  Game_Player and Game_Event classes.
#==============================================================================

class Game_Character
  #--------------------------------------------------------------------------
  # * Constant
  #--------------------------------------------------------------------------
  VXA = defined?(Window_BattleActor)
  #--------------------------------------------------------------------------
  # * Class Variable
  #--------------------------------------------------------------------------
  @@move_screen_y_straight    = VXA ? :jump_height : :screen_y
  @@move_type_custom_straight = VXA ? :update_routine_move : :move_type_custom
  #--------------------------------------------------------------------------
  # * Determine if Moving Straight
  #--------------------------------------------------------------------------
  def moving_straight?
    # A move straight is occurring if straight count is larger than 0
    return (@straight_count ||= 0) > 0
  end
  #--------------------------------------------------------------------------
  # * Move Straight
  #     x_move : x-coordinate plus value
  #     y_move : y-coordinate plus value
  #--------------------------------------------------------------------------
  def move_straight_line(x_move, y_move, duration = nil)
    # If plus value is not (0,0)
    if x_move != 0 or y_move != 0
      # If horizontal distnace is longer
      if x_move.abs > y_move.abs
        # Change direction to left or right
        if respond_to?(:set_direction)
          set_direction(x_move < 0 ? 4 : 6)
        else
          x_move < 0 ? turn_left : turn_right
        end
      # If vertical distance is longer, or equal
      else
        # Change direction to up or down
        if respond_to?(:set_direction)
          set_direction(y_move < 0 ? 8 : 2)
        else
          y_move < 0 ? turn_up : turn_down
        end
      end
    end
    # Calculate new coordinates
    new_x = @x + x_move
    new_y = @y + y_move
    # If plus value is (0,0) or straight destination is passable
    if (zero = (x_move == 0 and y_move == 0)) or passable?(new_x, new_y, 0)
      # Straighten position
      straighten
      # Update coordinates
      @x = new_x
      @y = new_y
      # Calculate distance
      distance = zero ? 0 : Math.sqrt(x_move * x_move + y_move * y_move).round
      # If Moving Duration is specified (use for Syncing Movements)
      if duration
        # Time it takes to Move * 2 for Engine
        @straight_count = duration * 2
      else
        # Calculate how many Frames it will take to move to new location
        speed = respond_to?(:real_move_speed) ? real_move_speed : @move_speed
        duration = (speed > 0) ? distance * 32 / speed : 0.5
        # Note: duration set to 0.5 allows duration to be ONE Frame in order
        # to allow the necessary update to occur once
      end
      # Clear stop count
      @stop_count = (@straight_count = duration * 2) * 0
    end
  end
  #--------------------------------------------------------------------------
  # * Get Screen Y-Coordinates
  #--------------------------------------------------------------------------
  $@ || alias_method(:move_straight_screen_y, @@move_screen_y_straight)
  define_method(@@move_screen_y_straight) do
    # Get screen coordinates from real coordinates and map display position
    y = (@real_y - $game_map.display_y + 3) / 4 + 32
    # Just return the normal Y value if Moving Straight
    return VXA ? 0 : y if moving_straight?
    # Call Original
    move_straight_screen_y
  end
  #--------------------------------------------------------------------------
  # * Frame Update (move straight)
  #--------------------------------------------------------------------------
  def update_move_straight
    # Reduce straight count by 1
    @straight_count -= 1
    # VXA already have another animation update method
    unless VXA
      # If move animation is ON
      if @walk_anime
        # Increase animation count by 1.5
        @anime_count += 1.5
      # If move animation is OFF, and stop animation is ON
      elsif @step_anime
        # Increase animation count by 1
        @anime_count += 1
      end
    end
    # Calculate new coordinates
    real_x = @real_x * @straight_count + @x * (VXA ? 1 : 128)
    real_y = @real_y * @straight_count + @y * (VXA ? 1 : 128)
    @real_x = real_x / (@straight_count + 1.0)
    @real_y = real_y / (@straight_count + 1.0)
    if @straight_count == 0
      @real_x = VXA ? (@x = $game_map.round_x(@x)) : @real_x.round
      @real_y = VXA ? (@y = $game_map.round_y(@y)) : @real_y.round
    end
  end 
  #--------------------------------------------------------------------------
  # * Frame Update -
  #
  # This entire script should be BELOW the SDK and Below Everything that
  # aliases update_jump, update_move, and update_stop.
  # It should be able to go above anything else that isnt Movement Related.
  #
  #--------------------------------------------------------------------------
  $@ || alias_method(:move_straight_update,:update)
  def update
    update_move_straight if moving_straight?
    move_straight_update
  end
  #--------------------------------------------------------------------------
  # * Frame Update (jump)
  #--------------------------------------------------------------------------
  $@ || alias_method(:move_straight_update_jump,:update_jump)
  def update_jump
    move_straight_update_jump unless moving_straight?
  end
  #--------------------------------------------------------------------------
  # * Frame Update (move)
  #--------------------------------------------------------------------------
  $@ || alias_method(:move_straight_update_move,:update_move)
  def update_move
    move_straight_update_move unless moving_straight?
  end
  #--------------------------------------------------------------------------
  # * Frame Update (stop)
  #--------------------------------------------------------------------------
  $@ || alias_method(:move_straight_update_stop,:update_stop)
  def update_stop
    move_straight_update_stop unless moving_straight?
  end
  #--------------------------------------------------------------------------
  # * Move Type : Custom
  #
  # This part of the script will check for any move_straight commands before
  # executing other movement commands.  It is necessary because without this,
  # using "Wait for Move's Completion" is not possible, and NPCs will try to
  # execute their next Move Command prematurely.
  #
  # This bit of code seems to get redefined semi-frequently.  If you have any
  # other scripts that fully redefine (not alias) move_type_custom and
  # are placed below this script, this section wont work.  You may have some
  # luck by moving this part of the script BELOW that script that redefines
  # move_type_custom.
  #
  #--------------------------------------------------------------------------
  $@ || alias_method(:move_straight_mt_custom, @@move_type_custom_straight)
  define_method(@@move_type_custom_straight) do
    # Interrupt if not stopping
    # @move_route.nil? is a Bugfix for Zer0's Pathfind
    return if jumping? || moving? || moving_straight? || @move_route.nil?
    # Loop until finally arriving at move command list
    if @wait_count == 0 && @move_route_index < @move_route.list.size
      # Get the move command at index
      command = @move_route.list[@move_route_index]
      # If command code is a Script
      if command.code == 45  # Script
        if (params = command.parameters)[0].gsub(/move_straight_line/){}
          # Run Move Straight command so we can wait for it
          eval(params[0])
          # If movement failure occurs when [Ignore if can't move] option is OFF
          if not @move_route.skippable and not moving_straight?
            return
          end
          # Advance Index if Can't Move and Ignore
          return @move_route_index += 1
        end
      end
    end
    # Call Original, or Modified Original
    move_straight_mt_custom
  end 
end


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$data_animations[id].animation_name = "001-Action01"
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I didn't understand what are you trying to do.
If you change walk anime to false, of course the character will freezes like statue when it moves.

Maybe you're talking about @pattern ?
Changing this value to 0,1,2,3 will change the step.
class Game_Character
  attr_accessor :pattern
end
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class Game_Character
  attr_accessor :walk_anime
end
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You can do it like this too.

[1,2,5,6,9,11,44, ..... ].each { |i| $game_variables[i] = 100 }
$game_map.need_refresh = true
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RPG Maker Scripts / Re: MV Mode 7
November 08, 2017, 10:15:48 am
I'd like to see mode 7 with proper collision system, like when jumping your characters can bump into the ceiling, or characters could actually step at the top of objects, like a box, table, chair, etc.
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Script Requests / Re: Sprite Opacity "Glow"
November 07, 2017, 12:52:47 pm
I did attempt to do that with scripting and it ended up horribly.
Using photoshop is much easier and time saving.

Try this, maybe it didn't do what you've hoped for but at least it's an alternative.

- Clone the bitmap and plant it in new sprite.
- Slightly zoom the cloned sprite and place it in the original position.
- Blend the cloned sprite (either blend_type = 1 or blend_type = 2)
- Change the cloned sprite opacity to below 180.
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Script Troubleshooting / Re: convert scrip to XP
October 24, 2017, 11:51:45 pm
Here, I'll help you format it.
#==============================================================================
# ■ Meow Face Exit Canceler
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Hide Game Window's Border, Disable Close Button and Alt + F4
#==============================================================================
# How to Use:
# Plug & Play, Put this script below Material and above Main
#==============================================================================
MF_GPPSA = Win32API.new('kernel32', 'GetPrivateProfileStringA', 'PPPPLP', 'L')
MF_FW = Win32API.new('user32', 'FindWindow', 'pp', 'l')
MF_SCL = Win32API.new('user32', 'SetClassLong', 'lil', 'i')
MF_SWL = Win32API.new('user32', 'SetWindowLong', 'iii', 'i')
MF_TITLE = " " * 256
MF_GPPSA.call('Game','Title','',MF_TITLE,256,".\\Game.ini")
MF_TITLE.delete!(" ")
MF_HWND = MF_FW.call('RGSS Player', MF_TITLE)
MF_SCL.call(MF_HWND, -26, 0x0200)
MF_SWL.call(MF_HWND, -16, 0x14000000)
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RMXP Script Database / Re: [XP] Drago Save Layout
October 09, 2017, 05:22:00 pm
Quote from: Kise on October 09, 2017, 02:50:27 pm
I tried 's.contents.font.size = 22' but it didn't change anything.


Oh, sorry. It seems because of this:


  #--------------------------------------------------------------------------
  # * Create Command
  #--------------------------------------------------------------------------
  def create_command(size)
    command = []
    size.times do |i|
      if (exist = FileTest.exist?(filename = make_filename(i)))
        content = read_content(filename)
        text = content[:game_system].instance_variable_get(:@notesavedata)
      else
        text = "---------------No Data---------------"
      end
      savedata = {} 
      savedata[:name]      = "\\}File #{i+1}: #{text}" # <<<<<<
      savedata[:condition] = exist if self.is_a?(Scene_Load)
      command.push(savedata)
    end
    command
  end


In other words it's the same as show text code (vxace)

\} = reduce font size.
\{ = increase font size.

You can also use

\c[1] = changing color.

However, this will not work and will turn out weird:

\n[1], \v[1], ... (everything that reads game data).
\b, \i (bold and italic also not work.

Note that with the double quote string, you must add one \ to each special characters.
(ex: \\c\[1\])
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RMXP Script Database / Re: [XP] Drago Save Layout
October 09, 2017, 12:28:38 pm
Quote from: Kise on October 09, 2017, 10:41:19 am
Putting aside visual consistency, it seems faster and doesn't play windows sound when saving name, but that's just a sugestion. :)


There are no windows sound though, all of the effects are from rpgmaker sound.
At least, in my side is no windows sound at all.

Quote from: Kise on October 09, 2017, 10:41:19 am
One question, where can I increase the font size of save's names? I can't find it in code.


Must be hardcoded, try changing it around here:


  #--------------------------------------------------------------------------
  # * Refresh
  #--------------------------------------------------------------------------
  def refresh(create = false)
    clear_window
    @width  = 0
    @height = 0
    @drawed = []
    create && (@index = 0)
    commands.each_with_index do |c,i|
      @window_commands[i] = s = Window_Help.new
      #<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<   Add here
      s.draw_text_ex(4,0,c[:name])
      @width = @width.clamp(s.text_size(c[:name]).width+32, Graphics.width)
      @height = s.contents.height
    end
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RMXP Script Database / Re: [XP] Drago Save Layout
October 09, 2017, 10:27:46 am
Quote from: Kise on October 09, 2017, 06:30:54 am
That was fast! well done. :) It seems like 'go back buttons' still are not working in choice windows. Do you plan on adding that mechanic?


Ok, cancel button is added.
I just forgot about it.

Quote from: Kise on October 09, 2017, 06:30:54 am
Btw. do you think, that method of getting user input would be more responsive if done like here? - http://forum.chaos-project.com/index.php?topic=6731.0


I didn't have time to design another UI, adjusting to custom input script, etc.
Why creating anew if there are already existing one?
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RMXP Script Database / Re: [XP] Drago Save Layout
October 08, 2017, 07:27:03 pm
Update to v1.05

* Fixed screenshot bug in XPA.
* Add save note

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            #-------- Efecto al andar --------------------------------------------
            actor.hp += actor.maxhp / 10
            if @steps % 10 == 0
              actor.int += 1         #<<<<<< Why int?
            end
            #---------------------------------------------------------------------


If you want to recover sp, shouldn't it be actor.sp += actor.maxsp / 10 instead of actor.int +=1 ?
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Not truly a fix but try insert this.


class Window_Base
  alias dispose_window_base_error_fix dispose
  def dispose
    dispose_window_base_error_fix unless disposed?
  end
end