Sounds like a pain in the ass, but I suppose it should be obvious those more proficient would have the advantage of versatility. Really makes me wish I'd read more into scripting when I had the chance. I actually can't remember how my previous post relates to the topic. Might've been half asleep. My point is though that perhaps providing a system with set phrases like that cited earlier, as limited as it may be, for the creation of simple RGSS scripts might come in handy, especially for those a little less proficient in Ruby. It's not going to be a permanent fix, of course, but we do get a lot of people here that look at scripts and see absolutely nothing but chinese. A point and click list of basic phrases like the Action Script editor of earlier versions of Flash that actually let you see the final code you composed would be plenty helpful for those only just learning Ruby. Ideally they gradually get a better feel for how scripts are built or at the very least, what does what and the creation of simple custom functions becomes a wee bit more manageable without having to bother other folks.