ABS is not compatible with Swimming script!
I m writing as i need report a issue in the compatibility, between Blizzard ABS version 1.89 and Swimming Script version 1.8
(Swimming Script is just a small Custom Script created by another player and i downloaded it before ASD and its great one! Its HIGHLY recomended for your games, as well as the ABS!
If i use both the Swimming and ABS scripts in my game. ABS still works nice both with Swimming and without it. But Swimming not works if ABS installed and seems to be "dead" and i can't swim on water tiles that are tagged with the Water terrain ID.
Can you Blizzard to fix the ABS compatibility issue with Swimming? Or make a new section for guiding us on how to make those scripts to run without problems in same game? NOTE: my game is clear, just only 2 scripts installed: Swimming and ABS.
Swimming script is very important for most games, like the Legend of Zelda and Final Fantasy series. It adds Water Terrain Type ID (Terrain Tag), and makes the character's sprites to change with the ones for swimming when character walks on tiles with the "Water" terrain ID, and returning to non-swimming sprites soon as he leaves water.
Only if we can fix the ABS compatibility with that Swimming or find the issue and tell us to do the fixing ourselves, we will be very thankfully.
The game will not be good game without the 1 of the 2 scripts. Swimming and ABS are both needed in most games. glad to see no posts from other players for that issue, as i know many players are making Zelda-like games, as me.
An idea: (its noob idea but i tried it in a hope to fix the compatibility issue of Swimming):
I tried to put No-EnemySpawn terrain ID (of ABS) in same ID with the Water Terrain one (ID 1 by default) so i not fight on water. But Swimming still not works at all.
Last note: Swimming still not works even if ABS has all it's options to default like soon as it installed (when some features are disabled).
This link shows you where you can find the Swimming script's post in www.rmxp.org:http://www.rmxp.org/forums/index.php?topic=15690