A way to promptly end the player's turn


The Sleepy-Eyed One
Jun 2, 2014
Reaction score
First Language
Primarily Uses
The title is purposefully a bit vague, because there are a number of potential solutions, but here is my problem:

I'm currently using Yanfly's FTB battle script, which allows you to freely scroll left-and-right through your party members entering commands in any order. I use this to simulate a hand in a card game, where each actor is a card slot. Now, with the way the FTB system is set up by default, you end your turn by scrolling all the way to the right, past the last actor, and selecting "end turn" from the menu that pops up. This is a bit clunky, and I'm hoping for an alternative, more fluid way to manually end the player's turn. Right now the player's space looks something like this:

[Party Commands] <-> [Card] <-> [Card] <-> [Card] <-> [Card] <-> [Card] <-> [Card] <-> [End Turn Confirmation Prompt]

I'm as much open to ideas as actual scripts, and can go into more detail if needed. The best idea I can come up with, though I can't do it on my own, is to tweak Yanfly's battle scripts to summon the confirmation prompt instead of the Party Commands menu when you scroll left, thus putting it in easy reach from either end of the party.

Thanks. :kaohi:


I found a solution in one of Yanfly's scripts. Yanfly's Battle Command List allows you to add scripted methods to the party command list, and it turns out that :command_execute will end the turn as I'd hoped. With a little tweaking I got it to look how I wanted. The thread can be considered closed, now.
Last edited:

Users Who Are Viewing This Thread (Users: 0, Guests: 1)

Latest Threads

Latest Posts

Latest Profile Posts

Just for the lols I have taken the Szondi test. That test looked like a load of bull. But for whatever reason it was incredibly accurate.
How can a society function with an entire media establishment that is complicit in publishing partisan slander and easily disprovable lies right alongside each other with no accountability whatsoever? After I live through it, maybe I'll make a game based on it. The level of dishonesty at this point just astounds me though.
If you download a resource, be it art or plugin, please thank the creator for their time. We are all guilty sometimes of just grabbing something without commenting. Now is the time to go through your credit list and visit the threads/site where you got the resource from and leave a heartfelt thank you!
October is officially here. I'm hoping to get a call from Spirit Halloween soon. It didn't happen today, but I've got to keep my head high.
So, what is this "Inktober" everyone's speaking about? Because apparently, I have no idea what happens on this site...

Forum statistics

Latest member