Removing Actor selection screen in Equipment scene on a custom menu

AllyJamy

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Hi. Since I only have one main character in my game I would like to simply the equipment menu by removing the actor selection page. (This one)



I tried @Sixth's solution to the problem:
Code:
class Scene_Menu < Scene_MenuBase

  alias skip_act_sel9972 create_command_window
  def create_command_window
    skip_act_sel9972
    @command_window.set_handler(:equip, method(:call_equip_scene))
  end

  def call_equip_scene
    if $game_party.members.size > 1
      command_personal
    else
      SceneManager.call(Scene_Equip)
    end
  end

end
But as he said in his original post. It probably won't work with a custom menu. I'm using PAC's main menu.
as well as the compact menu addon

I'm just wondering if there is a way to get rid of the Actor status bit and have it cut straight to the actor equipment page.

Thanks
 

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Under the equipment command settings, replace 'command_personal' with 'call_equip_scene'.
This requires that little snippet I wrote too.

But your party has 2 members on that screenshot, and if that happens, it will ask for the actor selection again.
If you want to open the equip menu without ever selecting the actor (not even if there are more party members), leave only the SceneManager.call(Scene_Equip) line in the call_equip_scene method in my snippet, delete the other lines.
 

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@Sixth

This worked perfectly. Thanks so much!
 

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