Open your web browsing app, go to google.com and tap the search bar, the keyboard should come up with the Go button in blue. Dont do anything else on the page, minimize the web browser and go back into the milfy city app. The enter button should have turned into the blue Go button. Tap it and you should be good. This works for just about all of the android ports. There's some issue with the ren'py program that confuses the keyboard, but this bypasses it.
I've been playing a lot that I find on this forum. Wasnt asking about a specific one, just in general. I've really enjoyed harem hotel, mythic manor, milfy city, DMD, and summertime saga. I guess I like the more "western" animation style over the anime type look.
A temporary solution for the incompatibility problem implemented in v2.4.10
Incompatibility of the patch v2.4.7 and newer with older versions of Ren'Py (older than v6.99.14). What does it mean?
If the game is made with a Ren'Py SDK older than v6.99.14, the game will crash with the transparency patch v2.4.7 and newer. What is the solution to the problem?
In case after adding my patch to the game the game will crash with an error message: File "game/y_outline.rpy", line 157: u'pagekeys' is not a keyword argument or valid child for the viewport statement.
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In case quick menu is hidden in some games and after applying transparency patch v2.5 or newer it won't appear when you hit (repeatedly) Alt+Shift+M, you may have to set
$ suppress_overlay = False
$ quick_menu = True
manually via console. Starting a new game sometimes also works.
The boring stuff:
Some time ago I made a patch for myself to remove the dialog box background from Ren'Py games and a little later thought that some users here may like it, too. So I posted it in one of the game threads first, then added a link to my sig, but I didn't think that it would deserve a separate thread here.
Now I created this thread only to make getting feedback from users easier. Especially because I started to add game-specific overrides to my patch now and I'd like to keep it all in one place.
One important request:
Please, let me know about the games where my patch isn't working or creates problems and I'll try to take a look at them and find a way to fix it.
TL/DR:(read when you're stuck or have questions)
This is the important part of the current README file of my patch:
In case you have trouble with v2.5 series, please let me know about it and try to use v2.4.12