Windows-7-6.1.7601-SP1Ren'Py 188.8.131.524It looks like maybe you had an older version of the DSE already in there, and when you unzipped the new one, instead of replacing the files it made two versions of the same file, one with a (2) on the end. but because we've customized them a bit, they don't.
I'm not sure which version of the file is newest, so you could either delete the older versions if there are two of certain files, or you could delete the dse directory and unzip it again. It looks like maybe you had an older version of the DSE already in there, and when you unzipped the new one, instead of replacing the files it made two versions of the same file, one with a (2) on the end. Changing the theme doesn't change the colour and a blue bar looks kind of odd on a yellow background. The normal bars for the Round Rectangle theme don't look like stat-raising game bars, so we've been using the ones from the (old? If you want to change the bars, you can open up and look for these lines below the theme: If you want to keep the look and just change the color, you can change the colors here. The main reason you wouldn't do this would be to encourage the user to think about their choices each time, but for some schedules it might make sense for the default to be what they did last time.
Dating Sim Engine for Ren'Py The Dating Sim Engine (DSE) is a framework for writing games based on events that are triggered by statistics.
It comprises a number of independent modules that can be combined to create games.
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name - The name of the stat, used to caption it when the stat is displayed.
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default - The default value that the statistic c max - The maximum value the stat can take on. This system is responsible for calling Ren'Py code that implements each of the events.
The event dispatcher chooses a list of events that should be run during a given period, and then is responsible for calling each of those events in turn until either all events are exhausted, or one of the events indicates that the period should come to an end. The name of the event is the name of the label that is called to execute that event. Simply executing a 'return' statement will end the event, and activate any later event in the same period.
The variables are registered using the register_stat function.
They can be updated using normal python operations, but the normalize_stats function should be called to ensure that stats remain between their max and minimum values.