Law's Custom Menu ScreenVersion 1.1 The Law G149/4/09Introduction
Hey R3! This a pretty useful script that completely changes the menu interface. I contains many features such as icons in the command window and face graphics instead of character graphics. I hope you guys find it useful for your game.Features
There are now face graphics instead of character graphics
The “G” in the Gold Window has been replaced with an icon.
You are able to assign icons to each command in the Command Window.
The step counter window has been replaced with a location window.Script
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Version 1.1 -
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Number of downloads: 255Compatibility
This script is fully compatible with my Custom Equipment Screen, though there may be compatibility issues with some CMS’s. If you run into any compatibility issues, I’ll be happy to fix it. ScreenshotsInstructions
Step 1) Save this picture:
in the pictures section of you recourse manager.
Step 2) Import all the face graphics of the playable characters in your game and name them as '1' for the first character, '2' for your second character, '3' for your third cahracter and so on. Be sure to know that '1' is the first actor in actors tab of the database.
Step 3) The last step is that you need to save as many images in the pictures section of your recourse manager as you have commands in the Command Window. So let’s say you have six commands in the Command Window which are “item”, “skill”, “equip”, “status”, “save”, “end game”. Since you have six commands, you’ll save six icons into the pictures section of your recourse manager. But, you have to save them like this: Menu0, Menu1, ect…EXACTLY how I spelled it. So Menu0 would be the icon for the “item” command and so on. FAQ
No FAQ yet, but if you’d like to submit something, don’t hesitate to ask.Terms and Conditions
All I ask for is proper credit where it is due.
Also, if you plan on hosting this script in other sites PLEASE TELL ME.Special Thanks
Special Thanks to Blizzard for helping me with the Command Window icons.
Special Thanks to Ccoa’s tutorial about face graphics.