Bug Reporting

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166 Responses to “Bug Reporting”

  1. kudaratan says:

    ONScripter-EN picks and chooses what lines in English it wants to display. In a script that says

    「……Haah.」\

    My body’s as heavy as lead.\

    新調した靴も、着慣れない制服も、何だか身体を締め付けてくるみたいですごく窮屈に感じた。\

    ……I don’t wanna go……\

    The second line does not show up at all, but the other two English ones and the Japanese one show up just fine.
    Meanwhile, in another game I have tried to translate, none of the text shows up at all except for the choices.

    • kudaratan says:

      nevermind, i looked up the command reference and found out that i have to put the character at the start of the string. but there’s another thing that’s not displaying properly

      *bun
      strsp 150,”FWOOSH!!”,250,389,10,3,25,25,1,1,1,1,#ffffff,#666666
      \
      return

      i’ve tried making it half width and full width, but it just won’t show up either way!

      • Yirba says:

        Please surround English text with the backquote (`) character so that ONScripter-EN can interpret it correctly.

        Some examples based on what you posted before:
        `「……Haah.」`\
        `My body’s as heavy as lead.`\
        `……I don’t wanna go……`\
        strsp 150,”`FWOOSH!!`”,250,389,10,3,25,25,1,1,1,1,#ffffff,#666666

        (Note: I make no guarantees that these examples actually work, but hopefully you should get the idea of how to use the backquote.)

  2. Roger Pepitone says:

    Build problems: (Windows, MinGW)
    1) zlib-1.2.5.tar.gz and libpng-1.5.11.tar.bz2 are no longer available at given address.
    2) There’s a problem compiling freetype with the given arguments (IIUC, don’t use -ansi, or else use _off_t and _off64_t instead of off_t and off64_t.)

  3. AX2 says:

    I’m using ONScripter on OSX and whenever I click F to go Fullscreen, the app stops responding.

    • Yirba says:

      Which version of OS X, and which version of ONScripter are you using?

      To be honest, even on the latest versions of both, fullscreen still doesn’t work properly, but the application should still respond.

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