How to add/remove things from main menu?

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Say I don't want an equipment system on my game, or I don't want a character's lvl to be displayed, how do I remove them?
And how do I add new stuff to it, like an encyclopedia?
 

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If you don't want an Equip menu, go to the System 2 tab in the database and uncheck Equip.

If you don't want lvl to be displayed, that will require a plugin.
If you want to add new menu items, that will require a plugin.

For each new thing you want, please post a new thread in the Plugin Requests forum describing what you want. For many things there will already be a plugin available.
 

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You can remove the equid in the system tab. To remove the character level you need to use a plugin. The same goes for encyclopedia. I know there there's a plugin for one, can't remember who made it but try to search on it.
 

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You can find a decent little encyclopedia made by CasperGamingRPGM.
 

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If you copy the code that writes the actors status info to its own js file you can just comment the level info out.
 

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If you copy the code that writes the actors status info to its own js file you can just comment the level info out.
I did something similar to this to add several buttons in the Game Over screen.
But if your using something like MV I recommend you to just get the plugins then to try to script the changes yourself. (Even though it is possible but a lot harder.)
 

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I did something similar to this to add several buttons in the Game Over screen.
But if your using something like MV I recommend you to just get the plugins then to try to script the changes yourself. (Even though it is possible but a lot harder.)
I disagree, doing little changes like this yourself is a great way to start learning.
 

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I disagree, doing little changes like this yourself is a great way to start learning.
Agreed. I'm currently studying Java scripting and I have basic knowledge of both Lua and Ruby.
One thing to consider is that you need to understand the script before changing it to prevent breaking the game.
 

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Going to close this as the OP has not come back, and anything requiring plugins needs to be defined more clearly, in the Plugin Request forum.

 

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