[Bug][E,P] Hiding Back Button Crashes Player

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[Bug][E,P] Hiding Back Button Crashes Player

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Selecting for the back button to be hidden results in any of the three "ask for player's input" actions hangs the player.

On a related note, this button cannot even be selected unless at least one "load from runtime action" is selected.
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Re: [Bug][E,P] Hiding Back Button Crashes Player

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This parameter is not supposed to be visible on normal frames in the editor (unless you switch to advance mode, which shows everything), and for a good reason : it's contextual.

What do you think it would return to if you just tick the box on a normal frame ?


It's only supposed to be used when in a psyche locks conversation.
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Re: [Bug][E,P] Hiding Back Button Crashes Player

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...Now I feel silly for even reporting the second one as a "bug." That makes perfect sense.

The first one remains, however.
[D]isordered speech is not so much injury to the lips that give it forth, as to the disproportion and incoherence of things in themselves, so negligently expressed. ~ Ben Jonson
Current AAO Development Priority: Issue #94: Grayscale Mode
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