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Hello there, I would need a little modify on this plugin I'm using.

I found in this thread a modified version of Yanfly's "Event Mini Label" plugin which I'm using to show text on screen, as you would do with a textbox, except in this case you can place it anywhere and it doesn't disappear.

My question was: is it possible to modify this plugin to make it work with event note tags instead comment tags?
(this because with this script: $gameMap.event(id).event().meta["tag"] I would change the notetag therefore changing the text on the screen without having to make a new event page with a new comment tag)

Thank you very much for your time!
 

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If you change the note tag on an event, it will only be changed while you stay on that map - if you leave the map and return, the notetag will be reloaded with the original value.
 

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I suppose that with original value you mean the value from the editor note box (am I right?).
I don't mean to put any value in the box, I'll just leave it blank and use the script to show the text, but I need the plugin to read the notetags to do so.
 
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