You can now hide choices that should not be shown using a few simple conditions rather than duplicating a choice list several times using conditional branches.
You can disable choices from being selected, which is simply impossible under normal circumstances.
Additional options may be added in the future
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In your event, before the show choices commands, use script calls to set each choice option
The general format of the script call is
method_name(choice_number, arguments, ... )You can look up the available methods in the reference section of the script.
The choice_number is 1 for the first choice, 2 for the second choice, and so on.
The arguments are specified in in the reference.
When the condition is true, the specified choice will not be shown on the list. Use a script call
hide_choice(choice_num, condition)Where the `condition` is a string representing your conditional statement.
When the condition is true, the specified choice will not be selectable, though it will be shown on the list. Use a script call
disable_choice(choice_num, condition)Colored Choice
The text of the specified choice will be drawn with the selected color. The color is currently a number from 0 to 32, which is not very useful.
Edited by Tsukihime, 02 March 2015 - 10:22 AM.