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    PandoraShock
  Thu Oct 01, 2015 1:55 am
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So in my code I call a check data.include?(X) where x is a key like :draggable, or :has_rarity

For some reason my script is throwing back an error:
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Saying that it cant convert my True or False Include statement to a color


It's confusing the fuck out of me because I issued every check I know to make sure thats not whats going on. I checked for any open Color classes and there is none, if I set the 2 variables to false / true the error goes away but if I do a data.include?() of any kind, on a string, a float, a numeric, or a symbol is throws the error.

So what the hell is going on? It is obviously a problem with the class :P just don't know what!

If I figure it out ill make sure to update! if you need some of the source let me know!

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    ZenVirZan
  Thu Oct 01, 2015 3:58 am
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Saying that it cant convert my True or False Include statement to a color
I don't think its complaining about that. It seems like you're giving data the symbol :draggable but it for some reason wants you to pass a Color instead.

Is data a regular instance of a Hash Array?


EDIT: Disregard all that, I have no idea what I'm talking about. From the looks of things, data is an array which you give values. I have no idea how symbols work though, but I'm assuming you pass [:draggable] as data and run a test on it that way.

Even though it's not as clean, I'd probably just use an enumerator or strings instead. I don't quite understand symbols or why to use them.

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    coyotecraft
  Thu Oct 01, 2015 4:41 am
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if it's a key should it be in []
@draggable = (data.include?([:draggable]))

idk if this would work by losing .include?()
@draggable = (data[:draggable] == nil ? false: true)


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