@Sargent I have just started working with VS Code and your extension. I am seeing the following errors, which I don’t think are errors: “Variable ‘true’ not defined in this file or startup.txt” and the same with the word “false.” Since this is an underlying variable that is defined elsewhere. Looking in the startup.txt, it states the true/false variables are not defined in this file. How can we get this fixed?
Edit: I am noticing a few other errors that really shouldn’t be considered errors. For example, when I use *fake_choice, followed by *if - # …, *elseif - # …, *else - #, I get the error that states that the choice must be followed by # option or an *if, but when I run it in CSIDE, it works perfectly fine. Furthermore, when I use a single *if followed by three # choices, all indented at the same indentation, I get an error stating that the second and third # choices are indented too far; however, all three choices are only used if the *if condition has been met. CSIDE recognizes this as acceptable but it is an error in here. Why is that? What should I do if I see other “errors” such as these? Should I send a direct message to you or post them here? Am I doing something wrong in VS Code? By the way, I have your latest extensions of ChoiceScript Language and Spell Right, which is in the extension maintainer. I didn’t have to install it locally.
Also, why is it that I choose the word wrap option, then I click on a different scene and the word wrap option turns off? Do I have to manually turn it on for every scene?