Window Frame Anti-Stretch

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Window Frame Anti-Stretch


by SumRndmDde


Version 1.00


 


 












What This Plugin Does:


By default, in RPG Maker MV, the frames of the windows are stretched.


This means that if you have a simple pattern on your game's window skin, that pattern will be stretched out to meet the size of the window instead of repeating the pattern to meet the size of the window like what was done in VX Ace.


However, using this Plugin, you can now fix this.


How To Use It:


The Plugin is very simple.


Just install it and you're good to go.


Picture Display:


FrameRepeatExample2.png


Download:


You can download the Plugin here:


http://sumrndm.site/window-frame-anti-stretch/


Terms of Use:


You can find the terms of use for my Plugins here:


http://sumrndm.site/terms-of-use/


Change Log:


Version 1.00:


This Plugin was dragged out of the depths of Sublime Text
 

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Thx god i stalk your site/ channel and found it 1st :v
 

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That video was super entertaining ^-^


Super useful plugin as well.~
 

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Great once again! I'll be looking at using this myself.
 

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