Cheete, The Reader

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12/13/2018

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2/23/2019 5:36 PM

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Beginner digital artist, aspiring game developer, author and film producer.

Recent Posts

People Can Easily Type the Link to Sneak Previews. on 1/29/2019 11:52:30 PM

Also I apologize for reading over sarcastic comments as asshole-ish. I've obviously edited this post a bit because I realized some stuff as I read over the thread again. I'm new to this whole community. 


People Can Easily Type the Link to Sneak Previews. on 1/29/2019 11:29:54 PM

That's a lot of assumptions, I know what I am doing. Just experimenting with writing styles for games. This was one of them. I've always liked to write things in a descriptive novel format but couldn't really find a format that worked great for it. Not sure why you have to be an asshole about all of this (or generally sarcastic). I was asking a genuine question.


People Can Easily Type the Link to Sneak Previews. on 1/29/2019 10:45:23 PM

Thanks for the suggestions and help.


People Can Easily Type the Link to Sneak Previews. on 1/29/2019 10:27:29 PM

Well the reason I want to do it on here is because the game has choices, and this was a better alternative for writing them down versus complicated trees or blocks of text to organize in a way that makes sense.


People Can Easily Type the Link to Sneak Previews. on 1/29/2019 10:06:33 PM

A game script that I wanted to make on here but only share with my team members. And dude, I know this is the internet and we all have free reign to say what we want. But that was unnecessarily rude the way you wrote that. 


People Can Easily Type the Link to Sneak Previews. on 1/28/2019 9:36:48 PM

I was informed of this over on the lounge part of the forums when I asks if there was a way to privatize a story and share it with people. Someone suggested using sneak preview, but I was then informed that people could still type the link. I don't exactly know if this is classed as a problem or a feature request, but if you could improve that feature or add a privatization feature that would be appreciated. You could probably just copy paste the feature and just not display it, that way nobody knows what the name is to get to it.


Is There A Way To Unlist / Privatize Stories? on 1/28/2019 9:11:53 PM

I am using it as the script for better navigation. I wish I could make a password or something in the game.

Thanks for the response, I guess I will take what I can get. Not sure too many people would be that interested in writing up the link for that.


Is There A Way To Unlist / Privatize Stories? on 1/28/2019 7:08:34 PM

Oh, really? Aight, I'll try it.


Is There A Way To Unlist / Privatize Stories? on 1/28/2019 6:37:06 PM

I decided to write a game script for -- well, a game I am working on, and wanted to do so VIA a CYOA. My only problem is, I can't find a way to privatize it so that only people I link to it can read it. I realize you can do Co-Authors but it is way too much of a hassle. So I was wondering if there is a way to do this without Co-Authoring. If anyone new were to join the project they'd have to go through the same process which I am not a fan of.

So if there is a way to solve this, please let me know,

thanks.