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Tio Akima

SI_ for Body Size sprite

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Hi, does anyone know if there is any SI_ (or sc) that changes the size of the sprite?

Already tested several SI_ (look status.h) to try to use the effect 423, which makes sprite from player "big".

I don't want to use the direct effect (clif-> specialeffect (bl, 423, AREA))
Using this, the effect disappears when there is some refresh on the screen ....

I would like to use through an SI / SC .... because you have the freedom to turn the effect on / off whenever you want.

For this I am looking for the effect 423 (state.size = SZ_BIG) associated with some SI_

 

there are many associated effects on SI_ IDs
so maybe it has the sprite effect "big"

 

thanks

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Hi.
 

The are effect type to achieve this. From doc/effect_list.md:

 420 | EF_BABYBODY                    | Eswoo (Small) (Visual Effect)
 421 | EF_BABYBODY2                   | Eswoo (Alt. Small) (Visual Effect)
 422 | EF_GIANTBODY                   | Eswoo (Normal) (Visual Effect)
 423 | EF_GIANTBODY2                  | Eswoo (Alt. Normal) (Visual Effect)

Atcommand @size uses 420 and 422 for example.


~Kenpachi

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On 12/15/2019 at 3:30 AM, Kenpachi said:

Hi.
 

The are effect type to achieve this. From doc/effect_list.md:

420 | EF_BABYBODY | Eswoo (Small) (Visual Effect) 421 | EF_BABYBODY2 | Eswoo (Alt. Small) (Visual Effect) 422 | EF_GIANTBODY | Eswoo (Normal) (Visual Effect) 423 | EF_GIANTBODY2 | Eswoo (Alt. Normal) (Visual Effect)

 420 | EF_BABYBODY                    | Eswoo (Small) (Visual Effect)
 421 | EF_BABYBODY2                   | Eswoo (Alt. Small) (Visual Effect)
 422 | EF_GIANTBODY                   | Eswoo (Normal) (Visual Effect)
 423 | EF_GIANTBODY2                  | Eswoo (Alt. Normal) (Visual Effect)

Atcommand @size uses 420 and 422 for example.


~Kenpachi

 

Oh yes ... I know this list.
But she doesn't help me much.
It's like I said, if I use specialeffect, I can't remove the effect anytime I want. ~sad 


@EDIT - I got it using removespecialeffect() ! ty

Edited by Tio Akima

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