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``show`` - shows an image on a layer.
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``scene`` - clears a layer, and optionally shows an image on that layer.
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``hide`` - removes an image from a layer.
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As abrupt changes of image can be disconcerting to the user, Ren'Py has the ``with`` statement, which allows effects to be applied when the scene is changed.
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An image is something that can be show to the screen using the show statement. An image consists of a name and a displayable. When the image is shown on a layer, the displayable associated with it is displayed on that layer.
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An :dfn:`image name` consists of one or more names, separated by spaces. The first component of the image name is called the :dfn:`image tag`. The second and later components of the name are the :dfn:`image attributes`.
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For example, take the image name ``mary beach night happy``. The image tag is ``mary``, while the image attributes are ``beach``, ``night``, and ``happy``.
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A displayable is something that can be shown on the screen. The most common thing to show is a static image, which can be specified by giving the filename of the image, as a string. In the example above, we might use ``"mary_beach_night_happy.png"`` as the filename. However, an image may refer to :ref:`any displayable Ren'Py supports <displayables>`, not just static images. Thus, the same statements that are used to display images can also be used for animations, solid colors, and the other types of displayables.
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