Please forgive me, for I am slow at times. I've read the article and I'm trying to stop the "player" from clicking a link when the variable is true.
Variable restrictions are meant to stop the player from selecting a link when the value of a variable, or variables, is true.
I want it so that you can't click "leave" when my variable is between 2 and 4. I made it so, once you are on that page, the variable is 3. The variable shows 3, yet the link is still visible. What am I doing wrong?
Do you have the extension? Not sure if you can see it.
It's Fallout I - title page is 'More Chatting' - Links would be: Talk to ..., Talk to..., Leave
Just go to DONE as soon as you get so the 'social' part
I wanted it at +8 to make it far away from the variable.
I wanted it to be that if BDAYDAD has the higher variable #, you can leave. Lower #, you can't.
That's why clicking 'more chatting' gives you 3 only and talking to dad, gives you 8. Does that make sense?
I mean as soon as I click the more chatting page, leave should be unavailable. at this point you haven't clicked "talk to dad" yet. So you don't have +8.
NVM I figured it out
The 'in between variables' had to be higher to STOP the link from displaying. aka outside of the range i chose for my variable
I thought it meant, if your variable (3) is between these two numbers (1 and 4), we will STOP the link from displaying, but I guess not.
Yeah, I see that now. And yes, I want it visible. At least I won't run into any trouble the next time I need to restrict. I only ever used item restrictions.
Thanks for the help.
Ahhh I got that now. Thanks. I was so confused