In general, look to the, Replaced the ungainly link text syntax, The various Options macros have been removed. Track event triggered when a fade starts. Function behavior is immutable. We have tried to point out which they do work with, but beware! Even if it did know that, there's no way for it to know which operations may or may not have side-effectse.g., changing variables. All of the specified callbacks are invoked as the wrapper is invokedmeaning, with their this set to the this of the wrapper and with whatever parameters were passed to the wrapper. For example, if the passage name was Gone fishin', then: For example, if the tag name was Sector_42, then it would become both the data-tags attribute member Sector_42 (selector: [data-tags~="Sector_42"]) and the class sector-42 (selector: .sector-42). Upon a successful match, the matching case will have its contents executed. This property is automatically set based on whether you're using a testing mode in a Twine compileri.e., Test mode in Twine2, Test Play From Here in Twine1, or the test mode option (-t, --test) in Tweego. Returns a reference to the current AudioTrack instance for chaining. Once a track has been unloaded, playback cannot occur until it is reloaded. Mobile browsers can be fickle, so saving to disk may not work as expected in all browsers. This setting exists to prevent a misconfigured loop from making the browser unresponsive. See the Save.onSave.add() method for its replacement. Note: Harlowe's implementation of the (goto:) macro terminates the rendering passage. This macro has been deprecated and should no longer be used. . In the above, the second (set:) macro is never run, and the $count variable remains at 0. To update the value associated with a key, simply set it again. State API. A side effect simply means that the evaluation of the expression modifies some state. The autosave is, for the most part, a normal save slot, but with a few special features built in. If necessary, you may also use multiple tags by switching from .includes() to .includesAny() in the above example. Sets the story's title. Returns the title of the active (present) passage. Returns a pseudo-random whole number (integer) within the range of the given bounds (inclusive)i.e., [min,max]. TwineScript in SugarCube is, essentially, JavaScript with an extra spoonful of sugar on top to make it a bit nicer for the uninitiated. Note: The equivalent SugarCube code to achieve a similar result would be: Note: When SugarCube is reloaded by the browser, it checks if a playthrough session exists and loads it to prevent any inadvertent loss of progress. State.has() does not check expired moments. <> does not terminate passage rendering in the passage where it was encountered, so care must be taken to ensure that no unwanted state modifications occur after its call. Aside from general syntax, SugarCube macros do not use hooks, separate arguments differently, and don't allow other macros to be passed as arguments. Returns the total number (count) of played turns currently in effecti.e., the number of played moments up to the present moment; future (rewound/undone) moments are not included within the total. The previous state is completely lostthe new state is not added to or combined with the current state, instead it replaces it in its entirety. Reloading the page or revisiting a passage may not restore the state of some interactive macros, so it is recommended that you only use them in instances where this will not be an issue or where you can work around it. Triggered after the displayi.e., outputof the incoming passage. Note: Arrays can be created by assigning a variable to the array literal, which is a pair of brackets ([]): <>. Due to a flaw in the current release of Twine1/Twee (v1.4.2), if you rename the directory included in the archive (or simply copy its contents to your current SugarCube v2 install), then you must ensure that the file with the extension .py (the story format's custom Twine1 Header class file) within is named the same as the directoryi.e., the name of the directory and .py file must match. May be called with either the link text and passage name as separate arguments, a link markup, or an image markup. Happens after the displayi.e., outputof the incoming passage. Returns the current state of the engine ("idle", "playing", "rendering"). This is a reference on how to update existing SugarCube code to work with newer versions of SugarCube. Moves backward one moment within the full history (past + future), if possible, activating and showing the moment moved to. Select "Change Story Format" and check the box next to "Sugarcube." Download PDF version: Variables and Programming in Twine classes) revival code and associated data within the revive wrapper, which should be returned from an object instance's .toJSON() method, so that the instance may be properly revived upon deserialization. Unsets story $variables and temporary _variables. Global event triggered once just before the dismissal of the loading screen at startup. Determines whether the <> macro returns an error when the = assignment operator is used within its conditionale.g., <>. As all special passage populated sections are updated it is recommended that UIBar.update() be used sparingly. Each value in an array is assigned an index, which is a number that corresponds to the position of that item or element. The verbatim text markup disables processing of all markup contained withinboth SugarCube and HTMLpassing its contents directly into the output as plain text. Copy the following URL and paste it into the Add a New Format tab of the Formats menu, from Twine2's sidebar. Shorthand for jQuery's .on() method applied to the audio element. The versions that forward to a specific passage are largely unnecessary, as you could simply use a normal link, and exist solely for compatibility with the <> macro. Does not currently remove the track from either groups or playlists. Terminates the execution of the current iteration of the current <> and begins execution of the next iteration. See Dialog API for more information. Warning: A macro definition object should have some of the following properties (only handler is absolutely required): Additional properties may be added for internal use. Not everyone has For accessibility reasons, it's recommended that you wrap each <> and its accompanying text within a