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Thread: Combos In ZQuest Change Appearance in Zelda Classic (W/O LTMS)

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    Verified Bug Combos In ZQuest Change Appearance in Zelda Classic (W/O LTMS)

    Here's some demonstratory screenshots.

    In ZQuest...



    In Zelda Classic...



    Here's the quest file, with all current scripts (except tango.zh and ghost.zh, which shouldn't even be called on this screen).

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/diovvtwq62...roid3.qst?dl=0

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    The combos are placed with CSet 2, but have a full-tile CSet2 of -5, so they're ultimately being drawn in CSet 13. Since it's not using a supported CSet, it's not surprising that it's different between programs.
    Last edited by Saffith; 01-19-2017 at 05:28 PM.
    [téknolŕiz]

    ffcscript.zh 1.1.1 - Updated 2014-08-19
    ghost.zh 2.8.2 - Updated 2017-09-10
    tango.zh 1.3.1 - Updated 2017-12-27

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saffith View Post
    The combos are placed with CSet 2, but have a full-tile CSet2 of -5, so they're ultimately being drawn in CSet 13. Since it's not using a supported CSet, it's not surprising that it's different between programs.
    Ah, I see... I'm surprised that it's even possible to set a combo to an invalid CSet. (You certainly can't bring them up in the editor.)

    Looking at the combos again, I can see how that they're set up incorrectly. I think this is because I counted the number of times I pressed plus or minus and set the adjusted CSet accordingly. I used to do this because whenever I manually entered the difference; there were times when the combo editor would shift the numbers after it was edited. (Probably because it fell outside of some unstated internal boundary amounts.)

    Thanks for clearing this up! It's been bugging me for a while and I know of a few other instances where it's occured that I may be able to correct now.

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    I'm thinking of changing how CSet2 works, in 2.55. Instead of using a modifier, I might change the editor to use the actual CSet ID, and clamp it!


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