Mudlet on MAC

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Balour
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Mudlet on MAC

Postby Balour » Tue Nov 07, 2017 9:54 am

Does anyone have a current map for mudlet? I'm a MAC user at work and was looking for a map and also maybe a few tutorials on how to make a targeting script and what not for mudlet. Any help would be much appreciated. Thank you in advance.

Firimei Lang
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Re: Mudlet on MAC

Postby Firimei Lang » Tue Nov 07, 2017 10:19 am

I believe Adael is in the process of doing something.

Tolveor
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Re: Mudlet on MAC

Postby Tolveor » Tue Nov 07, 2017 11:06 am

1. push the alias button and add a group called targets

2. name the alias target

3. in pattern type: ^ta (.+)$

4. in the big box type:

target = matches[2]
target = string.title(target)
cecho("\nTarget is: " .. target .. ".\n")

5. make a new alias name it kill

6. in the pattern type: ^v$

7. in the big box type: send("kill " ..target)

8. you can use this pattern in other scripts as well

can also read this for clues on what aliases to get

viewtopic.php?f=76&t=6077

to bind things to keys, just use the key button. for regular commands just use where it says command, but for variables use the big box like the alias.

Adael
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Re: Mudlet on MAC

Postby Adael » Tue Nov 07, 2017 1:43 pm

Firimei Lang wrote:I believe Adael is in the process of doing something.
This is true. The semester is rather busy rn with term papers and grad school/fellowship apps however, which means I likely won't have anything concrete out until the end of December/sometime January most likely if I want my grades/future to not suffer :P.

@Balour, search around the first few pages here in the help section for mudlet related topics. There's a decent amount of info in other threads, which will be easier to find than for me to rehash :P.


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