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Recent PostsHello, Story, and link help on 10/1/2018 5:18:39 PM
Awesome thank you for that!
Hello, Story, and link help on 10/1/2018 5:09:49 PM
I think it should be live now!
Hello, Story, and link help on 10/1/2018 5:06:30 PM
No I did not! thanks!
Hello, Story, and link help on 10/1/2018 5:00:21 PM
That might be handy for future more complex games that I might make. I'm using the basic editor for this one and actually I just finished. So if you are interested in the "edutainment" category on the site I'd be honored if you wanted to be the story's first reader!!
Hello, Story, and link help on 10/1/2018 4:26:24 PM
Ahh wow its funny how things hide in plain sight - i literally just built a full 1/3 of my story and didn't even see that there! Thanks Leora!
Hello, Story, and link help on 10/1/2018 4:06:44 PM
Thanks for this this fixed it. When I was first trying I think i was just hitting a lot of the wrong buttons and I ended up with like 6 links to nowhere! Its working now and I got a page link working. Excited to post my story soon - but I have about an hour+ of copy paste linking to do!
Thanks for this. I guess since your there is there anything I have to put to indicate a terminus point for any of my branches?
Hello, Story, and link help on 10/1/2018 3:46:41 PM
I've done a lot of reading on here - and this actually inspired me to write my own CYOA story - which is completely written already in Excel.
I was looking for a guide to figure out the linking system - but the guides that I clicked on were all above my experience. I also tried making the story and got it to partially work but I'm confused by the page and getting the links to work together in a constructive chain. Its been confusing for me - any help you can offer / guide links / suggestions etc. would be helpful.
The story is a 3 branch exploration with a mini-epilogue and 2 grand epilogues for full winning pathways.
Thanks again for your help - and very excited to be a part of this community of amazing storytellers!