Aside from general syntax, SugarCube macros do not use hooks, separate arguments differently, and don't allow other macros to be passed as arguments. Determines whether outgoing passage transitions are enabled. All widgets may access arguments passed to them via the _args special variable. Generates no output. All these instructions are based on the SugarCube story format. Only deletes the group itself, does not affect its component tracks. The UISystem API object has been split into two APIs Dialog and UI, and some of its methods have also changed. The callback is invoked each time a save is requested. This does not alter the volume level. Outputs a string representation of the result of the given expression. Request that the browser exit fullscreen mode. Since it is possible to navigate the historyi.e., move backward and forward though the moments within the historyit may contain both past momentsi.e., moments that have been playedand future momentsi.e., moments that had been played, but have been rewound/undone, yet are still available to be restored. Group IDs allow several tracks to be selected simultaneously without needing to specify each one individually. For example: That probably won't be very pleasing to the eye, however, so you will likely need several styles to make something that looks half-decent. Using <> to automatically forward players from one passage to another with no input from them will both create junk moments within the story history and make it extremely difficult for players to navigate the history. In SugarCube, you would instead simply prefix the selectors of your styles with the appropriate tag-based selectorse.g., either [data-tags~=""] attribute selectors or class selectors. Your project's JavaScript section (Twine2: the Story JavaScript; Twine1/Twee: a script-tagged passage) is normally the best place to call importScripts(). Warning: Returns the string with its first Unicode code point converted to upper case, according to any locale-specific rules. Assignment: The expression causes an assignment to occure.g., A backquote is also known as a grave and is often paired with the tilde (. Returns the playlist's current time in seconds, or NaN if no metadata exists. There are many differences between Harlowe and SugarCube, this guide will document some of the most critical you will need to account for if you're coming to SugarCube from a background in Harlowe. Normally, when both link and text arguments are accepted, the order is text then link. When used to set a value, returns a reference to the current AudioTrack instance for chaining. Macro handlers are called with no arguments, but with their this set to a macro (execution) context object. Executes its contents while the given conditional expression evaluates to true. Returns the value associated with the specified key from the story metadata store or, if no such key exists, the specified default value, if any. Harlowe's implementation of the (goto:) macro terminates the rendering passage. As with <> and <