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Intro:


This plugin allows you to adjust the default text speed in message windows.
It waits between each character draw.


Version: 1.02


Features:

  • Slow down the text that shows up in the message window.
  • Works with Yanfly Message Core!
  • You can change the text speed on the fly using the escape code \TS[desired text speed]

    Example: \TS[30]


Instructions:

  1. Simply add the script and set the text wait speed you want.





Please see the below attachment to use the plugin.




Credits:


Free for both commercial and non-commercial use.Credit with the name Kino.


Thanks:Thank you to anyone who decides to use this script; I appreciate it!


If there are any bugs/issue, please contact me via message on the forums. I want to try and make the script as extensible/flexible as possible, so if you have an ideas also


please message me.


View attachment SlowText.js
 
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tank you


light and good script
 

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Thanks, and I hope you enjoy using the script! If there are any issues -- feel free to contact me!
 

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Works excellently! Good script.


Just a note: if using with Yanfly scripts, it needs to be ABOVE message core and the extended packs.
 
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Hi, Kino.
Is it possible to add plugin option to show "Message Speed: Slow, Medium, Fast" as menu option?
 

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Hey Kino,
I've checked out this script and have immediately been getting an error on the first line because of the // and getting rid of those didn't help either. I'm using VX Ace, but is this script for a different Rpg maker or is it something else?
 

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@Yugo Salkins This plugin is for MV, which uses a completely different coding language than Ace. You will need to look through Ace scripts to find a comparable one to use.
 

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Hi Kino~!

I just wanted to point out that the updated Slow Text plugin, Version 1.03, cancels out Tor Damian's "No Fast Forward Text" Plugin. As far as I can tell, they both work fine with version 1.02, but now whenever version 1.03 is running, no matter how I have it setup it negates the TDD plugin's ability to prevent the player from fast-forwarding through text.

Their plugin can be found here: http://mvplugins.tordamian.com/plugins/no-fast-forward/

Any ideas for a work-around? And thanks for your wonderful plugins!
 

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Okay, I'll make sure to take a look at this @omegadaxer
Hopefully, I can fix it for you.
 

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I love the plugin idea, but why my text still go fast? did i do something mistake? some like where to put the plugin etc? or, Should i change the number inside plugin command beside "2"? i already try type \TS[10], \TS[30], \TS[100] but no change. Sory for my bad english. Could you please help me?
 

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Such a simple thing, but such a huge impact on the game - thank you!
 
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Glad it could help you I really wanna make a quick update to this one.

Also! You can find my main thread EIS plugins in this forum and my signature also links directly to my website.

Have a wonderful day. ~
 

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Is there a way to make this working with Text Bleep plugins?

Edit: Wait, nevermind, it does. My bleeps were off.
 
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Hey there!^-^

I like your plugin and 'cause you say you would be happy about ideas here is one for you:

Can you make it possible to use values like \TS[5.9] ?

This would be great!

Cheers
 

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Hey Kino. Fund your wonderful Plugin today and it really is a great thing to improve atmosphere.
But I have a question:
Whe I enable the plugin, every text is shown very slowly, it only gets to normal speed when I add \TS[0] in front of every shown text.
Is it possible that I set a default speed for normal text, and that the speed changes only when I add the command before the text? Because this is what I thought it would work like...
 

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I really liked it... but there's a problem.
I just want a few texts to be slow, but the other texts are also slower, I changed the value in the plugin to 1 and even to .5 and .1, and still slow (the decimals may not work but still), and it makes the text more boring to read because of that.
 

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Hey Kino. Fund your wonderful Plugin today and it really is a great thing to improve atmosphere.
But I have a question:
Whe I enable the plugin, every text is shown very slowly, it only gets to normal speed when I add \TS[0] in front of every shown text.
Is it possible that I set a default speed for normal text, and that the speed changes only when I add the command before the text? Because this is what I thought it would work like...

I found out that you can set the default speed inside the plugin itself. Apparently, if you set Text Speed as 0 in the plugin menu, it doesn't take the speed 0 as you want but it takes its own default instead, which is 5. In line 48-ish of the script change that 5 into 0, and your default will become the regular, pre-plugin text speed.
 
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It has a bug here, when I put the command "\>" it is canceled by the plugin, sorry for the bad english.

[Edit]:I found a way to fix this, put the command "\ TS [0]" in front of the command "\>" and then when you want the speed put the "\ TS [0n]".
 
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