Hello! I am using Harlowe in Twine 2.0.10. I'm also fairly new to Twine so it's possible I am making simple/dumb mistakes.
Here's a simple example sentence: "A Radiohead poster hangs in your room."
I want "Radiohead" to be a link that, when clicked, is replaced by another link ("Gone with the Wind", let's say). I want the user to be able to keep clicking that link and changing it to new things over and over, cycling through a list of 10-20 phrases over and over.
Here is my current solution:
A [Radiohead]<band1| poster hangs in your room.
(click: ?band1)[(replace: ?band1)[ [Gone with the Wind]<band2|]]
(click: ?band2)[(replace: ?band2)[ [Wu-Tang Clan]<band3|]]
(click: ?band3)[(replace: ?band3)[ [Rick and Morty]<band4|]]
(click: ?band4)[(replace: ?band4)[ [Real Madrid]<band5|]]
(click: ?band5)[(replace: ?band5)[ [Marilyn Monroe]<band6|]]
(click: ?band6)[(replace: ?band6)[ [Radiohead]<band1|]]
Problem is, even though Radiohead is re-named to be band1 at the end, it doesn't show up as a link at the end of the loop--it's just plaintext.
I suspected that the program was just running through the code once and giving up. So I tried just copy-pasting the above block over and over and that sort of worked--although, of course, once you run through it as many times as it's there, the same problem arises. This also seemed like a really dumb way to solve the problem.
So my questions are: is there a way to make the program loop back after the last line? Or is there a better way to make the program do what I want it to here?