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linking_maps_tutorial [2017/07/28 10:31]
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linking_maps_tutorial [2017/11/07 11:27]
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 This tutorial demonstrates how to link one map to another (for example, linking a dungeon entrance tile in a wilderness map to a separate dungeon map) with the use of a simple script. Generally, a hand-written script is the quickest and most convenient approach for this common type of scenario, however this guide will cover both the [[quick script]] method and the alternate approach of creating a visual script in the [[Script Editor]]. This tutorial demonstrates how to link one map to another (for example, linking a dungeon entrance tile in a wilderness map to a separate dungeon map) with the use of a simple script. Generally, a hand-written script is the quickest and most convenient approach for this common type of scenario, however this guide will cover both the [[quick script]] method and the alternate approach of creating a visual script in the [[Script Editor]].
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 +You can now also use the "Link with Map" shortcut available from the Map Editor'​s right-click menu to easily generate the necessary quick scripts. To do so, select a tile in one map, then right-click the destination tile in the other map and choose "Link with Map" from the popup menu.
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 **1)** Open the destination map that you'd like to link to in the Map Editor and switch into "​Edit"​ mode. In this example, I will be linking to a dungeon map. **1)** Open the destination map that you'd like to link to in the Map Editor and switch into "​Edit"​ mode. In this example, I will be linking to a dungeon map.
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