Took me all day, but I found the culprit!
It happens when using the Daylight speed tag in a map notetag. for instance: <cl: Daynight 30>
I'm trying to see if I can use a plugin command as a workaround.
Edit: I've removed literally all the plugins but this one, and I still have the black bar on the left side. When I remove all the plugins, the black bar is no longer. If I reinstall this plugin and leave all the settings to default, the black bar reappears. So I'm starting to think that my...
Thanks Aesica! Increasing the width fixed the light border on the right. The black border on the left does remain. I've made a 100x100 empty sand map and put the shake trigger in the middle of it, just to make sure it wasn't something weird with the cave map I had made.
This GIF image shows the...
Hi @OcRam, I'm wondering how much trouble would it be to change the way the day-->night transition works (and if you would even consider working on it).
What I have found is that the transition is tied to a timer. This means if you are outside, you will see the transition happen over the course...
Tried the new version, but it doesn't seem to work.
I still see a black border on the left
Light border on the right.
Thinking about it, I must be doing something spectacularly stupid because even at a strength 1 of screen shake, I still see a border on the right side.
@ImaginaryVillain and @Aesica
That would work, but only for the right side of the screen, we also need to have a buffer on the left side. I think the proper way to fix this issue is to have a buffer all around (there are some people that have vertical shake as well as horizontal).
this is what...
All good points. I think that cements my thoughts for exploration maps, thank you! I'm also wondering about when the player is in a shop trading with a merchant? All of my merchants have their own shops, wondering if music will get annoying when shopping or just browsing the wares.
I'm at the stage of selecting background music for my demo. Every map will have it's own song.
As a player, I usually turn off the music in most games (or lower the volume very low) as I find it distracting or downright annoying (eg: unending death metal riffs in Doom Eternal). Feeling...
You define the variable to hold the value in the plugin:
Then you set the variable to whatever speed you want, like 1000.
I suggest to check out the demo that OcRam made, it will answer a lot of your questions: