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hey there twiary. today I made a spreadsheet in order to figure out a range of possible weights for a cartoonishly large warhammer that I will hopefully get for my current character in a dnd campaign.
[[oh, you're a nerd?|nerd]]yes. thank you for noticing. you say that like making a shitty diary replacement through twine wasn't nerdy.
[[fair]]anyways, I feel like I should actually try to figure out some more complex shit with this. like, variables and all that. what do you say?
[[sure, try it|yes]]
[[nah, don't bother|no]]<<set $wow = "nothing">>alright, so. here. lemme see if this would work. gimme a sec...
[[ready?|yeah]]oh, well. okay then.
<<timed 5s>>...you sure?
[[lol jk, go for it|yes]]
[[yeah, I'm sure. I meant it|noo]]<</timed>>...fine, then. geez.
looking at all this, though, I wish I could go back to twine 1.x, but I can't really.
[[why not?|why]]well. you didn't do what I asked... do you want to try that again?
heh, there you go! the power of variables, somewhat. I tried to make <<cyclinglink "one" "of" "these">> work but it seems like sugarcube doesn't actually want it to work. blergh. day in and day out I want to go back to twine 1.x more and more.
[[why don't you, then?|why]]pick something you want to hear me talk about, and let me know when you picked it.
<<link "splatoon">><<set $wow = "splatoon">><</link>>
<<link "your dnd characters">><<set $wow = "your dnd characters">><</link>>
<<link "getting computers to work">><<set $wow = "getting computers to work">><</link>>
<<link "something else">><<set $wow = "something else">><</link>>
[[alright, chose one|wow]]Apparently twine 1.x was only made for windows and mac, and there was no easy online version like this here. so I would need to hop over to my slow-as-hell windows partition just to do anything.
honestly, I wish I could figure out how at least the desktop linux version of 2.x worked. it says to just click on the file labeled [whatever] but like. it doesn't work like that? like I'm assuming I actually have to open it with some command in the terminal, or maybe compile it somehow, or install some extra thing to get the file to work. whatever.
the assumption that all linux users are brain geniouses who know exactly how everything in their OS works is pretty harmful if people want it to be picked up. like, there are people much, MUCH worse at sorting through computers than I am. they'd be lost forever, and just get mad at anyone else trying to get through it.
[[...you done ranting?|ranted]]...yeah, I guess. sorry.
I've been, very tired lately. I don't know how I'm gonna get everything I need to done. there's a lot I need to get done.
I think I'm tired of working on this for the night.