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harley
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 28, 2011 4:14 am   

[3.33a] #T- Not working at all.
 
This is the trigger.. Can you find an error?
Code:
<trigger priority="10" id="2764">
  <pattern>^~ ME: (%d)~%  Enemy: (%d)~%</pattern>
  <value>#if (@AutoQuaff.Quaffer = 1) {
#IF (@PromptData.hpper <@autoquaff.heallimit) {
  #T- AutoQuaff|Trigger|AutoHeal
  hpot
  }}</value>
</trigger>

edit: the trigger fires.. but it doesnt shut off the folder.. so it keeps healing myself :/
This simple trigger has worked for quite a while.. and the exact same trigger works on my friends.

Any help will be appreciated.
I have just reinstalled, that didnt happen.
Going to try to recreate the trigger.. but if i copy/paste it not sure what the difference will be.
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shalimar
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 28, 2011 11:15 am   
 
Did you try putting quotes around the Class?

Unless you have multiple Classes with the same name, you could just:
#T- AutoHeal
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oldguy2
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 29, 2011 5:21 am   
 
Personally I would not give classes and variables the same ID or name. You have a variable named AutoQuaff and a class named AutoQuaff. I also would not give a class the name of a keyword like "Trigger".

As far as enabling and disabling the AutoHeal class, shouldn't you be using the following syntax?

#T- /AutoQuaff/Trigger/AutoHeal

Scoping

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harley
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 29, 2011 4:00 pm   
 
oldguy2 wrote:
Personally I would not give classes and variables the same ID or name. You have a variable named AutoQuaff and a class named AutoQuaff. I also would not give a class the name of a keyword like "Trigger".

As far as enabling and disabling the AutoHeal class, shouldn't you be using the following syntax?

#T- /AutoQuaff/Trigger/AutoHeal

Scoping

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I actually did not know about the scoping rules.. thanks :)
I tried #T- AutoHeal That doesnt work, and autoheal is the only class with that name.
Its like part of the trigger doesnt fire. but every other part does.

I also have the same trigger for mana but instead of hpot its mpot.. and instead of autoheal its automana.. only difference.
That one works fine.
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harley
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 29, 2011 4:13 pm   
 
I've figured out the problem.. appearently when i triggered on
Code:
{^You feel much better.$|^A warm feeling feels your body$}

It triggered on every line..
I seperated the triggers and it works now.. Thansk :)
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Zugg
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 29, 2011 4:33 pm   
 
The parser might be confusing the $ character which can also be used for a multiline trigger pattern when embedded into the middle of a pattern. You might be able to use this pattern instead:
Code:
^{You feel much better.|A warm feeling feels your body}$
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shalimar
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 29, 2011 6:29 pm   
 
Well... the #T- seems to hinge on:

#IF (@PromptData.hpper <@autoquaff.heallimit)

have you tested to see if this expression evaluates as true?

sometimes you have to use a @{this.that} style syntax to fully expand a nested db variable (or better still, assign the value to a $localVar and test against that instead)
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