I’ve seen examples on this forum with screenshots, and it seems like it should work, but for some reason it doesn’t work with me. Whenever I place a backslash to escape, it just gives me this “Error: EOF Expected”.
What’s the reason and how can I fix it?
My guess would be that the ; isn’t an escape character where a backslash would be required. If you want a backslash inside the string, you need to use a double backslash.
No, what I’m trying to do is have the ; inside the string, which it’s not letting me do.
So something like
What’s happening is it’s automatically putting them on new lines.
Can’t tell you why but here is an alternative, where the semicolon must be inside a string node:
Yeah, I already solved it using a workaround like this.
It’s strange. Maybe someone else knows why this is happening.
Thanks for the help.
In design script the ; character will often create a return. Sometimes you can backspace the return and get the desired results after adding the escape character.