RMMV EXP Gauge Not Changing Image

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Hello (again)!

I found this neat plugin by Shaz, which allows one to replace the gauges on the menus with images (scroll down to the correct post of my link brings you to the top of the thread).

Here are what my gauges look for now:
Gauges.png

As you can see, the EXP gauge looks very out of place.

Here is a list of my plugins:
My Plugins.png

Thanks for any help!
 

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At a guess I would say you have another plugin that also affects how that gauge is drawn. Move mine right to the bottom of your plugin list and see if it makes a difference.
 

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I forgot to bump this and say, I managed to fix it.

I changed this:
Code:
Window_Base.prototype.drawExpGauge = function(x, y, width, rate, color1, color2) {

To this:
Code:
Window_Base.prototype.drawGauge = function(x, y, width, rate, color1, color2) {
    this.drawPixelGauge(x, y, width, rate, 'Exp');
}

It just had to match the way SRD drew his exp gauge. XD

There is one other problem - the EXP number isn't drawn at all. And I have moved your plugin all the way to the bottom of my list.

(Since this reply, none of my plugins have changed)

unknown.png

Thanks for responding!!
 

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Bump.

Any help with getting the EXP numbers to show?

Thanks~
 

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