if i use “x DUDE’s face” it says “that’s pretty” and i can’t replace that with the attractiveness report of the noun.
it sometimes compiles but then it crashes when i try to x a face.
turns out “regarding the noun” would look at the face, not the actor whose face it is. so … yeah. i cheated my way around it. if there’s any way to honestly fix that, let me know!
I’m not sure I follow. In my first post in this thread I addressed that.
your adaptive text isn’t working the way you want, beacuse the
noun… is not the character, but the character’s face, so it always returns “it” instead of “him” or “her”.
EDIT 2 - Well, there you go. This is what you want.
A face is a kind of thing. A face is part of every person. Every face has looks. The description of a face is usually "[if the noun is pretty][regarding the holder of the noun][They're] pretty.[otherwise if the noun is plain][regarding the holder of the noun][They're] okay.[otherwise if the noun is ugly][regarding the holder of the noun][They] [have] a nice personality.[otherwise][regarding the noun][They're] forgettable.[end if]"
yes, peter, and it works when i do the attractiveness report - but when i examine the face, the “face” is the “noun” and the face doesn’t share the gender of the actor. so it goes neutral, “that”/“it”.
… oh wait is that…
i’ll try that new code when i get home.