also, I disagree with the warp part...
your example there is warp 0x3 0x0 0x2...
why, every time I open a script with a warp command, it has a fifth value, for instance, warp 0xA 0x10 0x2 0xFA9C...?
I wish to know that, even if it has already been answered in the old Script Help Thread...
Also, can you include the usages of nop and nop1, for those commands mess my scripts if I play with No$GBA... :\
anyways, thanks again for this tutorial.
When 0xA 0x10 0x2 0xFA9C, appears when you decompile the script, it's most likely that the command mixed up with the flag you set after it (or even with the release command).
I am not sure, but the warp command posted is wrong. When you try to compile warp 0x3 0x0 0x2, XSE says, "Too less parameter". It needs X/Y co-ordinates.
warp 0x3 0x0 0x2 0x1 0x3
Also, this XSE tutorial is very useful, but is explained for the old version of XSE. Like, it should not be:
It should be:
message @1 MSG_FACE or 0x2
The color commands can be set out differently, Like this for example:
Just thought to clarify some things. For XSE now, is updated a lot. :]