Originally posted by WhiteYoshiEgg
(no guarantee though, didn't test it)
If that also fails, you can still calculate it yourself and put it there ($26 in this case).
That won't work, as Asar will throw an error from the "#" character. You sould use this instead:
That said, there is
a small risk with doing assembler math like this. Asar may assume the result of this math is supposed to be a 16-bit number rather than 8-bit number, which can cause issues with certain commands. To be safe, find this line in the sign block:
and change it to this:
The ".b" after the opcode ensures that Asar interprets the length of the number correctly.
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