Mar 23 2010, 01:28 PM
How do you do a fade in screen and a fade out screen like in VX?
Mar 23 2010, 01:35 PM
I know of two ways...
you could change screen color tone to all -255 for some time then screen color tone all back to 0. Or my personal fave,
have a picture that is all dark and use show picture, prepare for transition and execute transition then after some time move the picture opacity to 0 and then erase...I like this way because you can have a fade L or R effect or a growing dark circle or etc. whatever the transition you want.
Mar 23 2010, 02:37 PM
sweet thanks, I have another issue pertaining to this, I went with the screen tone example. So before the screen goes all black its suppose to erase picture #1.....well it doesn't.....and picture #1 is sun beams....they don't get erased before the screen fades out...
I figured out why, but its a "gay" reason. The picture has to be apart of the same event erasing said picture, I had said picture in event one while event two was trying to erase it. event two how ever is a auto run event with dialog and bla, while event two is a parell process for things like fog, rain and light....
is there a way to erase a picture from one event to another?
Mar 23 2010, 02:47 PM
What order do you have the events?
You could put a wait before the screencolor change or just do a longer screencolor change by adjusting the timeFrame command at the bottom of the change screen color frame.
It shouldn't happen that way if you've assigned picture 1 any event could erase picture 1.
can you do an opacity change for the pictures? Like say set it to opacity 0 during the event then move it back to 255 for the regular map?
EDIT 2 Ah I see...parallel process cancels it out. Just make a switch and call it cutsceen or fade in or whatever
under your weather parallel event have it say if switch is on leave it basically empty and if it's off show picture yadda or fog or change screentone. Then when you do your event you can show or move your pictures by flipping on the fade in switch. It would allow you to move
your picture and then when it's done flip the switch back on.
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