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I really like Jonah because a player can always scroll up to click on a different option. However, the way I'd like my game to work, I want my variables to not be undone/reverted if a player does so. If anyone has any suggestions on how to go about this better, let me know.
Currently I'm trying to manage my variables through JavaScript (in a script tagged passage). My thinking is to call functions to increase counters, and just return them when I need them checked. I cannot find the right way to format my script-tagged passage though. Intuitive JavaScript formatting didn't work, nor did replicating formats I've found online so far.
Any help/direction is appreciated!

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I answered this on the subreddit

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