RMMV Showing variables' values "from" $gameVariables.value inside Message\Choice windows| SelfSwitches

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So here's the problem. I'm using Ozu's self variables for my game mechanics. This plugin is a must-have, but my choice\message windows won't recognize self(this)[Variable id] as a viable command. I was considering assigning their values to temporary variables, but it's gonna be very tedious considering the amount of Player's stats, skills, items, etc.
Is there any easier solution I'm overlooking?
I have also considered calling windows via Script Calls but it might mess with HIME Coindional Choices plugin and script calls for choice windows are in general a bit hard to use.
 

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none of your ideas would really work.

what you need is an add-on to the self variable script that creates a new textcode to display what you want. Because text codes need to be defined, you can't just place code inside text and expect it to work automatically.

You might be able to pull this off with a message plugin that gives an eval-type textcode (I think one of yanfly's does this) and then using the javascript command inside that eval, but that would be a bad workaround requiring almost as much typing as your idea of a temporary variable.

So you'll basically have to request that add-on plugin...
 

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Okay. I'll just use "temporary" variables. I think you misunderstood me cause they work.
 

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