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  1. I'm currently testing out MGC's Mode 7 script set for VX Ace.

    I wanna see if it would be possible to implement it for various parts of Ramsey, like driving/chase scenes, and such. The idea would be to have the camera always behind the player during this portion of the game, so the map rotation included with v1.8 (not in the workshop) would also be needed.

    I've run across some weirdness involving the script set, which includes tile artifacting and crashes. Not sure how to prevent this (since I cannot read French and Google Translate is a hot pile of burning garbage), if it is even possible, lolz

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    2. PhoenixSoul

      PhoenixSoul

      The version I'm currently testing, v1.8, has two .dll files.

      Of course, knowing that doesn't help any, language barrier is an issue.

    3. Kayzee

      Kayzee

      I mean, the problems are probobly in the dll not on the ruby end.

    4. PhoenixSoul

      PhoenixSoul

      Even then, if there are any troubleshooting tips in the script, I have no realistic way of knowing what they are, due to aforementioned language barrier and Google Translate being crap...

      So, despite the issue likely being the DLL, I still don't know how to figure out what to do, if there is anything I can do.

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