Keyboard Input Dialogue- ADJUSTMENT NEEDED

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So I'm using this plugin so I can have the player answer riddles with their keyboard:


The only problem is, old versions of the script let you put the hint text ABOVE the text input window, but now it's shoved into the box where it doesn't fit.

Is there a way to put it back above the text box?

There's a lot I have wrong with this plugin [like choosing the text box color, having the text box be a normal 'window' like everything else in the game, being able to choose the font size via parameters, etc] but this is the biggest issue I need a workaround for.
[Note: I would use other input plugins like qInput and qNameInput but those screw with my Player Notepad plugin. This is the only way I can let the player take notes AND answer questions with their keyboard input.]

Thank you in advance!
 

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I dont understand any of that, I use 1 much simpler of use of that one.
more to the point, but that one have not a description on top of it though.

the get teh description inside to above, you probably need to modify the plugin.
the one I use can be more tedious, but doable if you use an image behind the box.

it also have a force cancel button, and force OK button, rename the OK button.
but it also depends in what way you want to do it.

you can have a text box above the input for quizes, but I need to figure
out how to change the css of it still.

here is the inputform to the video, you can use it for name change,
but also for quizes/riddles, the box is placed in the center, if you want a timer
you need to make a common event of it.

I got the biggest part working and works smoothly, just getting the css to work.
 

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I dont understand any of that, I use 1 much simpler of use of that one.
more to the point, but that one have not a description on top of it though.

the get teh description inside to above, you probably need to modify the plugin.
the one I use can be more tedious, but doable if you use an image behind the box.

it also have a force cancel button, and force OK button, rename the OK button.
but it also depends in what way you want to do it.

you can have a text box above the input for quizes, but I need to figure
out how to change the css of it still.

here is the inputform to the video, you can use it for name change,
but also for quizes/riddles, the box is placed in the center, if you want a timer
you need to make a common event of it.

I got the biggest part working and works smoothly, just getting the css to work.
Thanks for the reply, but not really what I'm looking for.
I was just looking for someone to help me with possibly modifying the script I already have.
 

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