LordAshes-HideVolumeMenuPlugin icon


Adds labels to hide volumes and allows toggling visibility from easy to access menu.

Last updated a week ago
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Categories Tweaks Networked Tools Integration Assets
Dependency string LordAshes-HideVolumeMenuPlugin-1.2.0
Dependants 2 other packages depend on this package

This mod requires the following mods to function

bbepisTaleSpire-BepInExPack-5.4.10 icon

Unified BepInEx all-in-one modding pack - plugin framework, detour library

Preferred version: 5.4.10
brcoding-SetInjectionFlagPlugin-2.3.0 icon

Allows players to flag mods are installed

Preferred version: 2.3.0
LordAshes-AssetDataPlugin-3.4.1 icon

Dependency plugin for subscription/notification based data storage and message exchange.

Preferred version: 3.4.1
LordAshes-LoggingPlugin-1.0.0 icon

Provides unified logging functionality

Preferred version: 1.0.0


Hide Volume Menu Plugin

This unofficial TaleSpire plugin is for adding labels to Hide Volumes and being able to toggle their. visibility from a common group menu without having to select the Hide Volume first.

Lord Ashes' Talespire Plugins (and their source code) are always available for free but if you really want to make a donation to the chocolate fund to keep the work going, you can do so using the following link:


Change Log

1.2.0: UI layout fix for more than one column
1.2.0: Migrated to use Logging Pliugin
1.1.3: Updated for compatibility with Seats update. Warning: Old menu save files will not work.
1.1.2: Repackaged to include the CustomData folder. No plugin change.
1.1.0: Added support for remote Hide Volume state manipulation via Asset Data Plugin
1.0.3: Exposed instance of the plugin via Instance() method to allow it to be used as dependency
1.0.2: Added place holder to ensure CustomData sub-folder is created. No plugin change
1.0.1: Bug fix: Exeption no longer thrown if save is done when labels have no been shown
1.0.0: Initial release


Download and install using R2ModMan.

Parameters including the layout of the menu and the size of the labels is configurable using the R2ModMan configuration for the plugin. Default values can be used as is.


  1. Use the normal core TS functionality for making one or more Hide Volumes.
  2. Use the Hide Volumes Menu shortcut (default LCTRL+H) to open the Hide Volumes Menu.
  3. Click on the toggle before the name to toggle the corresponding Hide Volume.
  4. Click on the Hide Volume name button to prompt for a new name.

Note: Labels are above the hide volumes when in Hide Volume mode.


Menu Layout

Vertical Start indicates the pixel position from the top of the screen where the first menu entry will be positioned for the first and any succesive columns (if multiple columns are used).

Vertical Offset indicates the number of vertical pixel between enties in the menu.

Vertical Count indicates the number menu entries before a new column is started.

Horizontal Start indicates the pixel position from the left of the screen to the left side of the first column of menu entries.

Horizontal Offset indicates the number of horizontal pixel that are added for each successive column.

Note: These values used here are not check for fit to screen. Setting incorrect settings can make menu entries appear outside the display area of the screen. For example, if Vertical Offset is increased then the Vertical Count needs to be correspondingly decreased otherwise some entries will be off screen.

Label Info

Vertical Offset indicates the tile distance (not pixel distance) that labels are above the Hide Volume.

Font Size indicates the size of the font that is used to draw the labels.

Remote Requests

Hide Volumes can be turned on or off using Asset Data Plugin messages. By writing content to the Asset Data plugin key org.lordashes.plugins.hidevolumemenu equal to the hide volume name, followed by a comma, followed by the desired state, the hide volume can be toggled remotely.

For example:

Setting org.lordashes.plugins.hidevolumemenu to Volume1,0 would show the corresponding volume. Setting org.lordashes.plugins.hidevolumemenu to Volume1,1 would hide the corresponding volume.