How To: Set the hint in your hunt sign
Original post @ The Femdom Hunt by .
By now everyone will have their v3.0 sign out and visible at their locations. You’ve probably already noticed that the main difference between the v2.0 and v3.0 board is that there’s some hover text that is designed to show the hunt for your location.
At some point soon you’ll be wanting to set your hint. What you set it to is, of course, up to you. You can make it nice and easy, or you can make it rather tricky. It really depends on just how hard you want to make it for the hunters who come to your location. No matter what you decide to do in that regard, you’ll need to set the hint so that it shows on the board — here’s how to do it:
Right click on the sign and select “Edit” from the menu. This will give you the usual edit dialog:
Now select the content tab in the edit dialog. You’ll get a list of all the items that live inside the sign:
At the top of the list you should see a notecard called Hint. Double-click on this to open it so you can edit it:
At this point you want to delete the text that’s in there (by default it says “All will be revealed by October 18th”) and replace it with your hint. Please note that the hint can be multiple lines so, if you really do feel the urge to pen a poem or something similar, you can — we’d advise not making the hint too long though (if only because you can only have so much text in hover text).
Once you’ve made your change hit the Save button.
Once saved you can close the notecard. When you do you should find that the text you wrote in the notecard is now hovering above the shoe that is on the face of the sign.
Congratulations: the hint is set.
PS: If you intend to use your own hint-giver (we appreciate that very large locations often use them) can you please set the hint on our board to say that? This is a great clue to the hunters that they need to look there. It also means that it doesn’t look like you forgot to set a hint.
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