Plyastudio

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hello, I have a problem, for the game I'm creating I have to show some variables on the screen,I wondered if there was a way to prevent the variables from becoming negative, managing to stop them at 0.

in another program I was enough to insert in the script entry:

[if exp="f.var<=0"]

[eval exp="f.var=0"]

[endif]

is there a similar command for VN Maker too?
I looked everywhere and I did not find a solution ...
 

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Tthank you so much !! <3
 

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