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Sugarcube 2.18.0

Hi there,

I'm looking to export answers at the end of a game to a survey via a clickable link (survey then reads the URL variables for various scores).

Without the https://, the link isn't clickable (would need to manually copy and paste), however the variable does display as the number and therefore gives the correct output.

Conversely, the https:// is obviously clickable, but still displays as gp=$duration rather than gp=874 for example.

 

www.surveygizmo....Test-Twine?gp=$duration

https://www.surveygizmo....Test-Twine?gp=$duration

It's just to see if there's some way around this to make the link clickable, but also have the value of the variable displayed in the link?

Thanks a lot

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You can use a String variable to build the URL and then use that variable as the target of a Markup based link.

<<set $term to "ABC">>

<<set _url to "https://www.google.com.au/search?q=" + $term>>

[[Send Data|_url]]


WARNING: The Automatically Create Missing Passages feature of the Twine 2 application will incorrectly create a Passage named _url because that feature doesn't understand advanced Markup based links, you will need to manually delete the _url Passage for the external link to work correctly.

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That's fantastic, works perfectly! Thank you so much for your help! :)
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