contains the details about the particles on screen.
The particles folder should include two .xml configuration file which are:
- weather.xml (which sets the weather)
- snow_settings.xml (experimental)
The weather configuration
weather.xml contains a list of pre-existing particles that can be used for your level. Inside
<weathers>, you will find multiple instances of the
contains the name of the weather, fps and screens it is in.
||Name of the weather (leave as default)|
||Frames per second|
||Contains multiple instances of int (screen numbers)|
To add a particle effect to a screen:
- Edit the
- At the
<Weather>wanted, identifiable by the name tag being snow, snow_slow, etc. Inside the
<screens>tag add a new int tag with the screen number you’d like the particles to be present.
For example, on screen 5 there will be the particle effect snow.
<Weather> <name>snow</name> <fps>12</fps> <screens> <int>5</int> </screens> </Weather>
To crop a particle on a screen, you need to use masks. Check Masks in the Screen section on its usage.
is a setting still in development.
This needs to be configured, if the
snow particle is used.
There’s no need for it to be configured, you should leave it as the example below:
<?xml version="1.0"?> <SnowSettings xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xmlns:xsd="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema"> <sprite_spans> <SpriteSpan> <start>0</start> <end>0</end> <sprite>0</sprite> </SpriteSpan> </sprite_spans> </SnowSettings>