Self-Switch Reset

A small utility script meant to automatically reset the self-switches of specific events when you transfer maps. By small, I mean the header is bigger than the script. Therefore, it’s also very easy to use.

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Instructions
You will have to put a flag inside the event’s name, as follows:
/SSR[letter]
letter can be A, B, C or D and means that the self switch will be reset from D to letter. Simply put, if you write /SSR[C], both C and D will be turned off. If you write /SSR[D], only D will be turned off. And of course, /SSR[A] will turn off all four possible letters.

That’s it. It’s simple and not impressive in the slightest, but I always used that when working with touch encounters.

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About Kread-EX

I code. And try to make games.

Posted on 03/02/2012, in RGSS3, RPG Maker VX Ace and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. 11 Comments.

  1. Small utility is better for me than large, flashy fire pillars 🙂

  2. Hello maybe its a dumb question but the extention is rb i cant get it into the script list on rpg maker.
    And i cant open the file so i can copy it..

  3. This really benefits touch encounters.

  4. i have no idea what went wrong i did the letter thing but it says Script ” line17: SyntaxError occurred.

  5. Hey, I have a question… where i have to write it down? as a comment, or what?
    I dont get it..

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