ShiningPhoibe

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Hi,
As per the title, I have an issue with VisuMZ BattleCore: namely, that the HP gauge doesn't display, despite my settings.
Here are two screenshots, one of the settings and one of a battle:
VisuStella settings.png
No gauge.png
As you can see, there's no gauge. Not even if I defeat an enemy, which shouldn't be a requirement anyway due to the settings.
I have no idea why the gauge doesn't display. Does anyone know how to fix this?
Thanks for reading.
 

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Where has the battle core been placed? Some other plugin might be keeping it from showing if it is above the battle core plugin.
 

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I followed the troubleshooting steps and nothing happened. The HP gauge showed up in another project, but turning off the other plugins in this one didn't make it show up. The CoreScript is up to date, and I'd rather not turn off the plugin since other aspects of it still work.
It's really just the HP gauge that doesn't work for some reason.
 

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