Hypothetically, if one were to discover a method via which it's possible to acquire several of Yanfly's paid plugins without paying for them in a technically legitimate fashion, one really should inform him of this, right?
It's still early days, and I was going to keep this under wraps until development is a bit further along, but I'm just so damn proud of how robust the integrity-checking in this plugin is that I have to share it.
Showing tangible progress is so much easier for artists than it is for coders. An artist can show their line art and be like "Hey, look at the rough outline of how this will turn out!" whereas until we get into the UI side of things a coder is just like HEY LOOK AT MY ELDRITCH GIBBERISH THAT WILL ONE DAY BECOME A MENU DUDE TRUST ME
Finding it amusing that people are posting support questions in new threads for an engine that isn't even released yet. Touch and Archeia are the only ones authorised to say anything, and there's only one active thread where they'll be answering questions.
I am starting to enjoy writing. I never thought I would enjoy it since my dyslexia was holding me back so much.
Thanks to the community here
For those interested chapter 2 and 3 are available to read here: