Sorry, I know this is quite off-topic, but how do you make platforms that you can pass through from underneath, but not from other sides. Khas managed to do it in the demo without ANY events or region tags etc, but I can replicate it. Does anyone know how? Thanks!
I'm using sprites thats larger than 32 pixels and I never noticed this problem till currently. I was having fun with the lighting until I ran into this problem. Then I fell over my seat and literally had a "heart attack!" O_O
I'm very sorry if this question has been answered but I kind of skimmed through this thread because I'm currently working.
Does anyone here that owns this script know if it fixed the thing with Khas Awesome Lighting where the room/scene loaded at standard stock lighting/tint but then dimmed out to match the lighting effect added with the script? I know there's a few workarounds but I'm a bit of a novice at RPG Maker and I'm trying to work on my first project which heavily relies on the rooms starting off at the lighting level I tell them to.
Since Khas is moving, this probably will be ignored. Anyhow, I've used Khas old lighting script for years, and now that I've upgraded, my game crashes every time I hit 'New Game'.
I was going to add a picture of the crash, but the Replies don't seem to have that option.
The error says:
"Script 'Game_Interpreter' line 1411: NoMethodError occurred.
undefined method 'effect_surface' for #<Game_Map:0x8a3f9dc>
Is this a glitch, or am I just messing up somehow?
Edit: I think this is because I'm using the old Khas script's event comments. Since there were no instructions other than where to place it, I thought the same old comments would work. What are the new comments?
I'm in a much better mood about my game than I was 2-3 days ago. I keep switching between sideview and front because of the amount of assets needed for side (I'm drawing it all myself)... but I've decided to stick with front, for my own sanity. sidenote... people, planning is important. I've spent so long on just getting my game's ideas off the ground because I didn't plan ahead.