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I have used VE_BattlerGraphicSetup to use enemy battler images as my actors on the battle screen. However given that the default side view actors were much smaller and the enemy battler images are much bigger, now I can hardly see my actors because they're stacked so closely together on the Y axis. I can't figure out what plugin might help me spread them apart a little, any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
 

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I have used VE_BattlerGraphicSetup to use enemy battler images as my actors on the battle screen. However given that the default side view actors were much smaller and the enemy battler images are much bigger, now I can hardly see my actors because they're stacked so closely together on the Y axis. I can't figure out what plugin might help me spread them apart a little, any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
I believe there is a plug-in that came with the steam DLC called "SVActor Position". It looks like you have to manually designate the x and y coordinate for each actor.
 

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I believe there is a plug-in that came with the steam DLC called "SVActor Position". It looks like you have to manually designate the x and y coordinate for each actor.
Thanks for the reply, I've googled it and can't seem to find anything, I checked Steam Store page and also can't see it when I filter for it. There's probably a few plugins out there that do what I'm looking for amongst many other things, I just can't find them. It does seem like a rather simple thing, its so frustrating, if you wind up finding that addon or any other that does the same thing, let me know :D
 

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As you were told, it came with your software. It's in the installation directory, dlc folder, KadokawaPlugins.

You can also do it via Yanfly's Battle Engine Core if you're using that for anything.
 

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As you were told, it came with your software. It's in the installation directory, dlc folder, KadokawaPlugins.

You can also do it via Yanfly's Battle Engine Core if you're using that for anything.
aaahhhh, as you could probably tell from my reply I'm still very inexperienced with RPG maker and had no idea there is optional DLC tools in the directory, that's why I thought he meant literal Store DLC. Thank you both, problem solved, I'm using it right now.
 

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Good luck with your game!
 

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I've moved this thread to Plugin Requests. Thank you.

 

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