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Dialogue and Narration
Dialogue and Narration
Translated and reviewed by Stephan Woidowski on 2018-10-30
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Text is fundamental to visual novels, and generally quite important to storytelling-based games. This text may consist of dialogue labeled with the character that is saying it, and narration, which does not have a speaker. (For convenience, we will lump both dialogue and narration together as dialogue, except where the differences are important.) It's also important that the user be able to customize the look of dialogue to suit their game.
Text is fundamental to visual novels, and generally quite important to storytelling-based games. This text may consist of dialogue labeled with the character that is saying it, and narration, which does not have a speaker. (For convenience, we will lump both dialogue and narration together as dialogue, except where the differences are important.) It's also important that the user be able to customize the look of dialogue to suit their game.
Translated and reviewed by Stephan Woidowski on 2018-10-30
Located in ../../source/dialogue.rst:7
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In Ren'Py, most dialogue is written using say statements. The look of dialogue may be customized on a per-character basis by using Character objects.
In Ren'Py, most dialogue is written using say statements. The look of dialogue may be customised on a per-character basis by using Character objects.
Translated and reviewed by Stephan Woidowski on 2018-10-30
Located in ../../source/dialogue.rst:15
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Say Statement
Say Statement
Translated and reviewed by Stephan Woidowski on 2018-10-30
Located in ../../source/dialogue.rst:22
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The say statement is used for dialogue and narration. Since it's almost always the most frequently used statement in Ren'Py scripts, the say statement has a syntax that minimizes the overhead in writing it. Some example say statements are::
The say statement is used for dialogue and narration. Since it's almost always the most frequently used statement in Ren'Py scripts, the say statement has a syntax that minimizes the overhead in writing it. Some example say statements are::
Translated and reviewed by Stephan Woidowski on 2018-10-30
Located in ../../source/dialogue.rst:24
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The first form of the say statement consists of a string by itself. This form is used for narration, with the narration being the contents of the string.
The first form of the say statement consists of a string by itself. This form is used for narration, with the narration being the contents of the string.
Translated and reviewed by Stephan Woidowski on 2018-10-30
Located in ../../source/dialogue.rst:38
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The second form consists of two strings. The first string is the name of the character who is speaking, and the second is the dialogue being spoken.
The second form consists of two strings. The first string is the name of the character who is speaking, and the second is the dialogue being spoken.
Translated and reviewed by Stephan Woidowski on 2018-10-30
Located in ../../source/dialogue.rst:42
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The third form consists of a simple expression followed by a string. The simple expression should evaluate to either a string giving a character name, or a Character object. In the latter case, the character object is used to control how the dialogue is shown.
The third form consists of a simple expression followed by a string. The simple expression should evaluate to either a string giving a character name, or a Character object. In the latter case, the character object is used to control how the dialogue is shown.
Translated and reviewed by Stephan Woidowski on 2018-10-30
Located in ../../source/dialogue.rst:46
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The final form consists of a string and a with clause which has a transition. In this case, the string is shown and a screen is shaken at the same time.
The final form consists of a string and a with clause which has a transition. In this case, the string is shown and a screen is shaken at the same time.
Translated and reviewed by Stephan Woidowski on 2018-10-30
Located in ../../source/dialogue.rst:51
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Although the precise details of what a say statement does is controlled by the character object used, the usual effect of a say statement is to display dialogue on the screen until the user clicks to dismiss it, then to remove that dialogue on the screen.
Although the precise details of what a say statement does is controlled by the character object used, the usual effect of a say statement is to display dialogue on the screen until the user clicks to dismiss it, then to remove that dialogue on the screen.
Translated and reviewed by Stephan Woidowski on 2018-10-30
Located in ../../source/dialogue.rst:56
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