Hello! I'm trying to make it so this one link only appears if two other passages have been visited. Here's the code, followed by a quick bit of context:
(if: $FVtournament and $FVbody)[[[I think I'm gonna go, for now.|Leave room FV]]]
Essentially, the player talks to a character - they have three potential questions to ask him. I want the "Leave room" prompt to only appear after they've asked all three questions, so I'm trying to make it so the code only displays the option to leave once the two other questions have been asked. For example, question 1 is about his body - "$FVbody" is set to true in the passage where you ask him about it.
So how exactly can I format the code to make it work? The current error message is: "I can only use 'and' to join booleans, not the number 0.►If one of these values is a number, you may want to write a check that it 'is not 0'. Also, if one is a string, you may want to write a check that it 'is not "" '."
I'm not super knowledgeable on code, so I apologize if I'm missing a very obvious answer. While I'm at it, my story has been created in Harlowe 1 and I've kept it that way thus far, but I notice a lot of people use Sugarcube instead. What I'm working on is pretty large-scale, and will likely take another year or two to fully complete - I'm 20 000 words or so into it, is it worth changing over to Sugarcube at this point? If it gives way more freedom, I might want to switch over, despite the few bits of code I'd have to modify.
Let me know your thoughts, and thank you very much!