RMMV Hime Menu Manager automatically hides my 'Quest' tab from my Menu

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Hi, there!

I'm currently using YEP_QuestJournal and recently added the Hime Menu Manager Plugin to my game. However, I noticed it disables my 'Quest' and 'Music' tab from my game's menu. It seems it only accepts the activation/deactivation of the traditional options such as 'Item', 'Equip', 'Save', etc...

Is there any fix to this? Because I really need to keep this plugin (Hime Menu Manager) for important game functionalities.

Thank you in advance!
 

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so far I know, you can add different commands to it, using scriptcalls.
this is in the helpfile.

also, you can use YEP_MainMenuManager to achieve the same effect,
so you can attached a switch, variable to it.

if that doesn't fix, make a screenshot of your plugin database and setup,
you might miss something or a conflict somewhere.
 

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so far I know, you can add different commands to it, using scriptcalls.
this is in the helpfile.

also, you can use YEP_MainMenuManager to achieve the same effect,
so you can attached a switch, variable to it.

if that doesn't fix, make a screenshot of your plugin database and setup,
you might miss something or a conflict somewhere.
I tried using a scriptcall to show/enable the 'Quest' tab but it didn't work. (The same scriptcall it provides in the help file).

For instance:

$gameParty.enableMenuCommand(quest)

Of course, I am probably using the wrong word, but what word should it be? Or is any other way to add another command like you said? I didn't find it in the help file
 

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so far I can see, it cannot add custom commands, although, it there.
(mostly probably for different parties).

there are 2 ways what you can do:

1) edit the plugin so it allows more commands (like YEP_QuestJournal) or whatever
and add functions that this are readed correctly.

2) use YEP_MainMenuManager, to eneable, disable, hide, show the commands.

while HIMES does the same (but with scriptcalls), Yanfly does it with code,
so you can use variable, switches, and probably JS scriptcalls, when true or false.

but I create my own that use switches, but it works very different than yanfly or himes.

so for most compability, if you want to use different commands, either uses YEP_MMM
or use HIMES with the default commands (depends if you use multiple parties.
 

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