- Jul 3, 2017
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i have used that way for some fire puts that you light by interacting and it fades out over time to simulate a fire going out. it is a bit tedious to write. but it works.@CrazyRandomzZ it would be possible to do that with several lights with different intensities. Then set each one to a page, which has a switch/variable condition, depending on the day time. This is kind of a hard solution (but it works!), but I will see if I can add something better to the plugin.
Perhaps you could add a variable tag to the intensity. so i can change the intensity between 0-10 and do it that way. that way i can just use if statements at times i want the lights to fade and use progressively lower the intensity to 0 and back to 10 when needed.
I understand this would be tricky because your plugin looks for a comment within an event so the first one it finds it sticks to that. (tried changing the light type within a page using conditional branching. but it only sees one comment.
Ether way no rush i still love this plugin Great work!