first time poster here. I am using Twine 2.7.0 and the latest version of SugarCube v2.
After reading through the SugarCube v2 Documentation, I am wondering about a variation on the
How would I achieve the typical Visual Novel look, where a symbol (a downward arrow, for example) appears at the end of a typed out sentence, to indicate that the player/reader can now proceed?
[* Spoiler Alert: I am most definitely not very good at this.]
As far as I understand, I could us the
:typingstop event to add it, right?
Here is an example of what I am trying to achieve with this:
Okay … uhm, sorry … originally, I included a YouTube link here, but I’m currently not allowed to do this with my account. It’s the “Silent Hill Play Novel (PC Port) English” video of Giromancy, if you want to have a look.
In the Silent Hill Play Novel, a rotating pyramid appears after the paragraphs and I’d like to use an animated .GIF (or a similar method) to display a custom graphic just like this.
Any solution would be very much appreciated.
I know how to change the style of the default cursor, as the Documentation is very clear on this, but using the
keep Argument of the Macro shows the cursor during typing, so I’m really not sure on how to approach this correctly.