RMMZ MZ - Plugin Parameter Parent Start collapsed instead of expanded

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when we add plugin parameter in MZ. now we can use @parents to make it look like a list
ex:
Code:
@param AutoColorList
@text List By Color
@desc List of the text based on color...

@param estColor1
@text \C[1]: Blue
@parent AutoColorList
@type string[]
@desc A list of all the words that will be automatically colored with Blue color.
@default []

@param estColor2
@text \C[2]: Red
@parent AutoColorList
@type string[]
@desc A list of all the words that will be automatically colored with Red color.
@default []
and so on
which will load at the editor expanded like this:
plugin param list.jpg

anyone know how to make it to be default collapse instead of expanded when we open the plugin manager?
to make it looks neater
like this:
plugin param list collapse.jpg

anyone know the plugin parameter or something like that.
something like:
@something = collapse
that we can add in plugin parameter.

hope this post clear enough.
thx.
 

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I'm don't think the editor has that feature (at least not at the moment).
 

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I'm don't think the editor has that feature (at least not at the moment).
thank you for the info... i guess i can only let it that way then...

anyway... might you know where we can find the list of all @xxxxx that we can use in plugin parameter? i only found mine by seeing other people plugins plus trial and error...
 

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I think some people already request this feature for MV too, for the parameters show collapsed. Let's hope they can bring this. Would be nice for the organization.
By the way, you can find the @xxx here. It is from the official website, so it is in Japanese.
 

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I think some people already request this feature for MV too, for the parameters show collapsed. Let's hope they can bring this. Would be nice for the organization.
By the way, you can find the @xxx here. It is from the official website, so it is in Japanese.
thank you for the link. will try to use translate to learn something new from it.

edit: update 2020-10-04
manage to learn some new tricks for the plugin parameter and plugin command...
i can use struct format, type[], etc and make the plugin parameter or plugin command easier for user to use...

using the plugin command like this feels like we 'define' our own set of event command in editor.
i also try to convert rewrite some of my ACE script that i failed to convert to MV before because of setting plugin parameter is harder than using module in ruby... and those ACE script of mine is module heavy.

thanks for @Eliaquim for providing the link. it's really helpful. :D.
 
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