Scripts: Auto-Start and VarCheck

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Post #1by Yoshi021 » 7 May 2017, 22:59

These two suggestions are here to prevent trouble when sharing scripts since a lot of people seem to have trouble downloading scripts and applying the to their level for two reasons.
1) Have the ability to autostart a script. This can be really useful since it deletes a confusing step when applying a script. With this, you get to choose when the script starts. You can choose level-start or any event. If you choose an event, the script will automatically get triggered without having to set it in the event.

2) VarCheck("name",val): ok, this might be weird, but it would be amazing if this existed. Imagine you make a complex script, and you need to make 10 variables for the script to work, each with a pre-set value. If you share the script to the public you have to tell them to add all of these 10 variables, along with their preset values. This can be confusing and tedious for a lot of users that don't anything about TeaScript. What this varCheck() would do, is check if that variable exists, if it doesn't exist then it would add it to the variable list permanently. That way sharing scripts is much easier.
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Post #2by Shadowblitz16 » 18 Jun 2017, 7:16

No what needs to happen is the variable editor needs to be used for level properties only and there needs to be a way of creating variable in script.
this is one of the worst things about 38A


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