Adding a script from one to another

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  1. khaoskidd

    khaoskidd Warper Member

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    Hello all, I'm totally new to this so sorry in advanced but I'm trying to do something that appeared to be easy but I'm having no luck. In "Galv's Animated Battlers" it gives you an option to add a battle sprite by calling it in a script with "change_battler(id,"filename")" which works great but the rest of the script gives me problems with aligning enemies in battle. The first script I used was "Animated Battlers by JET" which worked great for me but doesn't give you the option of changing the battlesprite using a script. I'm hoping someone here can maybe do this for me if it isn't something that'll be too much of a PITA! I'm adding both scripts here, if anyone can modify JET's to include GALV's "change_battler" option would really help me out. Thanks in advance!!!

     
    I know it has something to do with the "GAME_INTERPRETER " area but I don't know how to edit JET's to include that part of GAV's. Thanks for any help, I really appreciate your time!

    Sorry here are the links to the scripts, didn't know I was not allow to post them in the forum!

    GAV's animated Battler:

    Page: http://galvs-scripts.com/2013/05/04/animated-battlers/

    Script: http://galvs-scripts.com/galvs-animated-battlers/

    JET's Animated Battler:

    Page: http://www.rpgmakervxace.net/topic/500-animated-battlers/

    Script: http://pastebin.com/raw.php?i=4Gagm2mM
     
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  2. Shaz

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    I have removed the scripts from your post. Please do not post other peoples scripts in your posts (there are several reasons for this - if you want me to list some of them, PM me), but provide a link to them instead - preferably to the blog article or forum thread where they're introduced rather than the actual script on pastebin or dropbox or wherever it is.
     
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