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I am trying to have a Lua scene check for a certain variable in the condition statement. I've noticed the use of 'type = "global-variable"', but is there also a variant 'type = "local-variable" or just 'type = "variable"' ?
I cannot find this in the Lua scene manual, not anywhere in the forum.
Of course I could use a global variable, but for programming neatness sake, I prefer to use a local variable...
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