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Hello! For my game, I'm having a time system that progresses through four phases (Morning, Day, Afternoon, Night) before progressing into a new day. I would also like the screen to tint based off of what time of day it is. The Plugin that I currently have is the DK Time System plugin along with the Calendar system. I've tried looking into Youtube tutorials but they are all doing something different than the more simplistic system that I want to do.

Is there any one who is more experienced with variables and common events that would know what to do in a situation like this?
 

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I've moved this thread to Plugin Support. Thank you.

 

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