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Yeah, so I'm using Tiler (I saw your note about GM2 and tried that out for a minute with the tilesets) but I don't know how to go about doing 16x32 and offsetting etc I might be better off doing 4x4 lol
I'm most likely doing something wrong but I can't seem to align objects to the middle of surfaces (as presented in examples such as a bowl of fruit on the counter) since the graphics are at the bottom of the tile. Do you have any advice for this? I'm new to tile based games
I've managed to make it work with tileset/tilemap settings to be to 4 instead of 16 but I don't know if this is how it was intended to be used.
Hey, maybe a dumb question but how do I add multiple tiles to one animation frame? As I'm only able to add one tile at a time it seems. (doors having two tiles to make up the full door image for example)
or is the solution to create two animations simultaneously, top of the door and bottom? Thanks.
There isn't, it's just a template to use as a reference or adapt as your own for your game so players can create a character with these assets or your own using the code. However, the images are in a folder and you can layer those put them together in photoshop or another program and save those images.
No problem. I'm going to add a disclaimer at the top so hopefully that helps clear up any confusion in the future. I can also easily release an executable where you just open it and mess around with the dress up but I felt that it wasn't enough to be a game to play.
Once you extract the zipped file - put the unzipped folder "Keri-Dressup-RenPy-Template" into your "Renpy Projects" folder and that is all that needs to be done. Be sure to press "refresh" at the top of the list on the Ren'Py launcher. Just to add (as I've said before and in case it was unclear) this is a template to work from (and learn from) to potentially adapt into your own games. It isn't a game. You can run it as one to test out the dress-up mechanics but in order to utilize it for what it's for, you'll need to know how to code in Ren'Py. There's a lot of questions about simply opening the project which is the easiest part, so just know this is a coding template. Thank you.
Since I updated the code and uploaded new files, it seems that it didn't keep them separated since you can purchase the commercial version. I fixed this. I'm sorry about that. They should be separate now - those of who happened to get both the last time they downloaded this, feel free to reach out to me for any questions.
I'm honestly not sure. I'd assume so since it has the CC-BY license but if you'd like to check to be safe, ask Konett since that is their asset.