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Of course, the fact you'd attempt such an ignorant thing says that either you shouldn't touch code... The amount of data is significantly smaller. My Alias Code: #alias {testalias} {#EXEC %expand(:@MyHealer:#var watchtart {1})} The window Code: #EXEC %expand(:@MyHealer:#var watchtart {1}) ^ syntax error For commands it usually depends on the argument. Source

I beleive others would as well. Every macro I make that is not straightforward commands will not work for me. It is a wholly different situation with large e-mail servers than with IMC. I'm copying this directly from my old one, which was in Zmud 7.04, so it should work in CMUD.

Top Login to post comments Sun, 2008-08-24 14:02 #156 Khayre (not verified) How can you make your triggers fire from your prompt? Alright, thanks. Nothing happens at all. You'll use #ALARM for timers and, in some cases, #WAIT. #WAIT is tricky to use, because it will do literally what it is named to that block.

With #ALARM, zMUD creates a trigger counting the commands you specified that counts down and fires immediately upon completion of the timer, while deleting itself. Even this: Code: #ALARM "Test" +10 {#SHOW Alarm message} #SHOW %alarm(Test) #NOOP %alarm( Test, <%eval( %eval( 40*1000)-400)>) #SHOW %alarm(Test) Output: Code: 10000 10000 Alarm message The #EXEC method was the only Top Login to post comments Fri, 2008-09-12 22:10 #161 lachlan Offline Joined: 2012-07-19 For the most part, yes. Was directed here for any questions about that stuff.

Top Login to post comments Tue, 2008-10-21 06:32 #168 Krath (not verified) #additem makes the variable a list, if you want to

Great work _________________ Display posts from previous: All Posts1 Day7 Days2 Weeks1 Month3 Months6 Months1 YearOldest FirstNewest First Home » Forums » zMUD General Discussion All times are GMT I can honestly say I can't recall seeing balance message illusions, because there's no real profit to doing them. I soon found I was wrong to think so. It does work with %match though, if you change it to this: #IF (%match(@roomContents, "{@user}")) {#SHOW BOO} {#SHOW BLAH} The "{@user}" makes it that it checks for the pattern {mary|fred|Santa} which

As mentioned before, zMUD get's a little funky in the automapper when you change settings and stuff. http://ristani.imperian.org/scripts/Elixlist_Full.zip Top Login to post comments Tue, 2008-10-28 21:30 #175 Nevore Offline Joined: 2012-07-19 Is there a way to export a single class into a .txt? That's the root of it though. Especially when you are trying to figure the language out as you go. Code Haven - For all your programming needs.I detest what you write, but I would give my

ETA: btw, it's !%ismember. <__ Top Login to post comments Tue, 2008-10-28 20:19 #170 Daeki Offline Joined: 2012-07-19 'Allo! Produce your proof, or find a new argument. Display posts from previous: All Posts1 Day7 Days2 Weeks1 Month3 Months6 Months1 YearOldest FirstNewest First Home » Forums » CMUD General Discussion All times are GMT Page 1 of Top Login to post comments Thu, 2008-11-06 18:48 #176 Dino (not verified) I want to make a little thingie that automatically thins all thickened toxins in elixlist when a variable is

That's the root of it though. this contact form Top Login to post comments Tue, 2008-10-28 20:31 #171 Mathiu Offline Joined: 2012-06-27 Daeki wrote:'Allo! Do what you're comfortable with, though. You really should be using a list.

Top Login to post comments Tue, 2008-10-28 20:38 #172 Daeki Offline Joined: 2012-07-19 Mathiu wrote:#REGEX {^You rub some (/w+) on a Wolf's Fang glaive\.}

Top Login to post comments Mon, 2008-08-25 18:31 #158 Khayre (not verified) Dino wrote:When you go to the Settings --> Trigger menu, there's that top half that lists all your triggers, but always like to see alternatives.In fact, the ZMUD page specifically mentioned not "fully" supporting the spec... I need to figure out how to do this correctly in Zmud You rub some (Toxin) on a Wolf's Fang glaive.
(Number) Applications Left of (Toxin) I could go the http://netlookmag.com/syntax-error/syntax-error-example.html I'm having trouble with my autosipper right now, and I forgot the right command.

Hosted by Wolfpaw.net Zmud %match %regex =~ And Regex In @var Forums › Off-Topic › Tech Support › Client Help Search this site: THESE FORUMS ARE HERE FOR ARCHIVAL PURPOSES ONLY. Top Login to post comments Thu, 2008-11-06 18:59 #177 abc (not verified) #trigger {^vial(%d)%s*~(thick~)%s%d%s%d} {thin %1} Top Login to post comments Thu, 2008-11-06 19:33 #178 Mathiu Offline Joined: 2012-06-27 abc wrote:#trigger Top Login to post comments Sun, 2008-09-14 14:30 #166 Nuvantes (not verified) Here's everything I have from my bow system.

Something Tyche apparently doesn't like.

But Imperian? Now I might have been one of them, but certainly my demand holds no greater weight than anyone elses. And judging by the content of what you just posted here, there would have been no logical reason to delete it at all. Are you saying this makes them all evil?

Werd: Just paste that whole line into it and hit enter. #TRIGGER means it will create a trigger from that for you. : When I do that and check the Value My sipper works now. Just because you say you did proves nothing. http://netlookmag.com/syntax-error/syntax-error-ga-js.html Absolutely nothing is happening when I press Control and keypad 8.

To even be in the realm of possiblity, an admin would need some specific goal to even being searching all the data.IMC is a different story. Does anyone have a clue? VoraxApprenticeJoined: 29 Jun 2001Posts: 198Location: USA Posted: Thu Dec 30, 2004 1:11 pm I decided to test these things out. This is not to say this is happening, but it is a potential posiblity with your IMC network.Turning on the packet debug feature on an IMC2 server isn't the most efficient

All my config files are text files I load each time.