I have a question then: have you made any changes to PokeBattle_Scene (not ActualScene, which I sent you)? The error says there's an undefined method/variable adjustbattlespritey, which makes sense, since I just did a search on my kit and the only occurrences of that are in PokeBattle_ActualScene and PokemonSprite.
Have you changed kits since the last time I helped you? I made all of the changes in the same kit as the last one I used for changing the resolution. And just to make totally sure, you completely got rid of the old PokeBattle_ActualScene, replaced it with this one, and then compiled just to be safe right? That error is one of those un-descriptive ones that doesn't really tell you what went wrong, just that something did.
All right, let me know how this works. It still doesn't support double battles though, like the last one. And let me know if I messed up the shadows for flying pokemon, since I forgot until the end and had to fix them real quick. Here's the link: http://www.sendspace.com/file/yq43v4 I'm sure you can tell where it goes by the name of the txt file ;)
...i forgot that one...dang it...I'll get on it as soon as I can. I get distracted easy, and when I get distracted, I forget stuff a lot. I'll try to have it all finished by tomorrow. You're wanting it to still look the same though, right?
oh, lol. you meant the overworld battle system. I keep thinking about it, but recently I've been helping someone out, and I haven't had much time. I'm learning some cools stuff though, so I may be able to get something figured out. One thing I know for sure though: debugging that battle system will be a nightmare. it should be fun though.
The one for clickable signs? Well, not so good. But I'll tell you what: if you don't mind a REALLY long script to check for clicking signs, I can get something working. Basically, it's just a matter of checking "if player is on this square and mouse click here, show the message. else if player is on that square and mouse click there, show the message." basically, ever square that the player can see the sign from would have to be checked. for every sign in the game. but, that just gave me another idea: maybe start with the entrance of the map as a reference point and compare the player's location. So instead of checking the player's location and the sign location, just check how far the player moved and subtract/add 32 from the clickable spot depending on the number of squares moved in each direction. I might be onto something :)
That's good. Stretching yourself out too far makes it hard to get anything done. And I checked out the Turquoise thread again, since it's been a while, and I must say that some of the tiles are ridiculously well done. Especially some of the custom buildings. I never really cared for the adaptation of 3d into 2d, but it's like a new style all it's own, so I'm not bothered by it in this case. Keep up the good work.