Hey there, I'm pretty new to twine and I had a question on whether or not it's possible to create an if-else statement that takes into account some rather complicated variables or if I should find a workaround.
From what I can tell it's not possible to include multiple if's or else's within the same if-else statement, so I thought I'd try making two different ones. At it's most basic, it looks like this:
<<if $seen_2 eq "yes">>Text description if you've seen passage 2
<<else>>Text description if you haven't seen passage 2
However, I'd like to make it so that if you haven't seen passage two but have seen at least one of two other passages that it will display different text. So I tried inserting another if-else statement, but I can't seem to get any sort of 'unless' statements to work. It looks like this:
<<if $seen_4 or $seen_5 eq "yes" unless $seen_2 eq "yes">>Text description if you've read 4 or 5 but not passage 2
<<else>>Text description if you haven't read passage 2 but have seen 4 or 5
If anyone knows the correct syntax to get this all to work in one passage then I would be very grateful. Otherwise I might see about getting it to lead to one other passage so I can do what I want.