First of all, thank you for the prompt reply and your support for non-Roman characters!
Unfortunately, non-Roman characters, (at least Korean) only function partially. Below are my findings/results:
You CANNOT type Korean into commands - it will simply automatically keep erasing the characters.
(If there is no fix for this then it’s fine but if there is a way to somehow implement non-Roman characters into commands, it would be awesome)
You CAN type into the command outputs, and they’re also reflected in chat outputs correctly.
You CAN type into the lef/right side of the WarpBar Configure Items, but even though they’re saved they simply won’t be reflected. Selecting/Adding other queues in the list still shows the previous format using Roman characters only, and refreshing the page just erases your config format and reverts back to the original one.
From this point on are other problems I discovered non-related to this topic - my apologies in advance if this is a really bad idea and I should simply create a separate topic for this, but I wan’t sure so here I go anyways. But please tell me if I should simply create another topic for this, and I will do so asap.
I noticed that WarpWorld is incredible in that it also knows and prints out the level name in one of the command outputs, with the variable being $levelName. However, when I tried using this variable in the WarpBar Items, it simply did not read in the level name but just showed “$levelName”. Is this a bug or something intentional? Maybe it would make great sense and add to the beauty of the service if you could show level names in WarpBars as well and not just in chat outputs?
I also don’t know if this is a bug or something intentional, but every entryname in WarpBar Items output not just the user’s ID, but @ID. For example, not just “TwitchUser” but “@TwitchUser”. This isn’t anything serious but my viewers and I found that extra @ in front to be quite ugly and bothersome. Any chance this could go away in the future?
Thank you for all your support!