Debug Display – MV Plugin

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Allows you to view a whole ton of random information while you are playtesting your amazing game!

View things from Variables, Switches, Player info, and System info; customize the display options of the text displayed and toggle it using a keyboard button!


Look at the code or download the Plugin:


And as usual, I’m too lazy to write anything original, so here’s the help file:

Random Things to Note:
– There are no Plugin Commands
– There are no Notetags
– You can toggle the Debug Display using a predefined key
– You can display custom JavaScript code

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Significant Parameters
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= Playtesting Only? =
Set this to ‘true’, and this Plugin will lock itself unless you are
playtesting within the RPG Maker program.
Default is true

= Toggle Key =
Input the keyboard button you wish to use to toggle the debug display.
Only letters allowed (A-Z).
Default is K (for no particular reason what so ever)

= Opacity =
Set this to the opacity to you wish the debug text to use.
The value can range from 0 to 255.
Default is 255

= Display Variables =
Input the Game Variables you wish to see displayed.
Leave blank to disallow.
Example: 1, 4, 8

= Display Switches =
Input the Game Switches you wish to see displayed.
Leave blank to disallow.
Example: 2, 3, 7

= Custom ## Prefix =
Set the prefix for Custom Display 1. This is the label for the value;
leave it blank to disallow.
Example: Gold:

= Custom ## Value =
Input the value displayed for Custom Display 1. This is a JavaScript eval.
Example: $gameParty.gold()

The rest of this Plugin should be pretty self explanatory.

Just toggle the Display Parameters to ‘true’ or ‘false’ depending on
whether you wish for them to be shown or not.

Also use the bottom Parameters to cusomize the looks of the Display
if it covers anything up or is unsightly.

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