I was working on another cut scene and I had the weirdest thing happen: one of my events got stuck trying to move through a second event. I ended up making a video explaining the whole thing:
If you don’t feel like watching the video and would rather read about what was happening, basically the guy on the left was getting stuck on the guy on the right.
The event/guy on the right happens first and then is over. That event becomes invisible, and I made sure it’s marked as being under the player. I assumed that a second event would be able to walk over it, too. But that’s not the case. Luckily it’s super easy to fix this problem. When I made the event/guy on the left’s move route, I had to make sure “through” was turned to “on.”
Make sure you turn “through” on and not “transparent” on. I made that mistake once while messing with the settings to make the video and he (obviously) disappeared!
Like I said, it’s super easy. Kind of like getting the screen to go back to normal after a tint…(hint – use tint screen, not tint picture!)
Oh, one important note: you have to turn “through” on for every move route on a different page of an event. I turned it on for this guy when he walks from the left to the right, but didn’t turn it on for when he walks right to left; the first time worked fine, but then he got stuck on the event the second time! Also, make sure you turn through on at the beginning of the move route; it won’t really help you if it’s at the end of the list of commands.
You probably noticed that this video is a lot more involved than the previous ones I’ve made regarding RPG Maker VX Ace (it has voice over, multiple video clips, and some pictures!) Because I knew I wanted to show several videos together (specifically the guy getting stuck on the event, and then the guy being able to walk through it), I ended up buying myself Movavi Video Editor. I was playing around with the trial version, and decided that it was well worth buying, especially since I keep making blog posts with videos about RPG Maker VX Ace tips. I also just turned my last post where I talked about screen tinting into a video because I wanted to play with Movavi’s highlighting effects. You can check it out here: