[Solved] Using {LK:...} text code in a Show Text scene command

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  1. FoxySeta

    FoxySeta Cleric, script kiddie and fudanshi Veteran

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    I seem unable to use links in a Show Text scene command. The text between {LK:...} and {LK:E} is displayed correctly, but clicking on it does nothing. I also tried to use the very same text in a Show Message scene command, and it worked just fine.
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    Hi FoxySeta,

    unfortunately, LK and SLK text codes are only supported in Message not in Show Text. Maybe that could be enhanced in the future, I will put it on the list of features :)
     
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    Thanks! I'll have to find a workaround, I guess.
    (Also, I feel kinda bad for troubling you all the time, but if this can also help the engine grow I guess that's a good thing:kaoluv:)
     
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    @FoxySeta When your query is resolved, please Report your opening post and ask for the thread to be closed. Mods might not see an individual post or a change to a topic title but will see a Report.
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