To configure the Scenes plugin:
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You can configure the available scene types. By default they are “event”, “social” and “vignette”. This helps categorize logs on the Web Portal.
You can configure the color that is used in OOC asides. You can use multiple color codes. For example: %xh%xc
The game will periodically clear scene sets and scenes from empty rooms.
There is a cron job to control when this happens. See the Cron Job Tutorial for help if you want to change this.
When you complete a scene and share the log, the default behavior is to compress all the poses together into a single narrative, like you’d find in a book. You can alternately include a separator line between poses to make it more clear which pargarphs went together in a single pose. This separator can be styled with custom CSS using the ‘pose-divider’ class.
Scenes in grid rooms are automatically closed when there’s nobody left in the room. Scenes in temp rooms (including scenes played solely on the web portal) are closed after this many days without activity.
There’s also another cron job to periodically delete scenes that have been completed but not shared. It also warns people about unshared scenes that are going to be deleted soon. You can turn this feature on and off by setting
delete_unshared_scenes to true or false.
If it’s set to true, there are a few other things you can configure:
See the Cron Job Tutorial for help if you want to change this.
You can configure how long to wait before deleting unshared scenes. For example:
unshared_scene_deletion_days: 20 unshared_scene_warning_days: 13
Whenever the unshared scene cron job runs, it will warn participants in unshared scenes that were completed more than 13 days ago. It will delete unshared scenes that were completed more than 20 days ago - effectively giving a 7-day grace period after the warning.
The game will post trending scenes (i.e. recent scenes with the most ‘likes’ on the web portal) to a forum. By default this happens once a week, and you can control the timing with
trending_scenes_cron. You can also control which forum it posts to with
trending_scenes_category. Leave the category blank to disable the post.
Character cards are mini-profiles that are shown when you click on a character’s icon next to their pose. If you enable this setting, the game will use your own custom code for the character cards instead of the built-in ones. See Custom Character Cards.
The ‘related scenes’ dropdown doesn’t show ALL scenes for performance reasons. It will only show scenes that have been shared within a certain number of days. You can configure that limit.
This is a list of pre-made content warnings that players can choose from the list when creating a scene. They can still enter their own no matter what you put here; this list just provides guidance for what sorts of things they should consider warning about.
Below the pose editor in a live scene is a row of buttons including “Add Pose” and “Add OOC”. With custom code, you can add custom buttons here that make use of the contents of the scene pose window–for instance, for sending a text message. See Custom Scene Buttons.
You can also add new menu items to the live scene’s “Play” menu with custom code. You might do this if you’re designing a new “extra” for a skill system, for instance. See Custom Scene Buttons.