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teion
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 29, 2011 7:58 pm   

cmud mapper nomap trigger
 
greetings I'm having trouble making a trigger that tells the mapper not to put my current location in a room based on the line
The south gate is closed. so far triggers I have used still take me to the south room when I try to go in that direction though I'm really 1 north

sample triggers I have tried

#trigger {The south gate is closed.} {#nomap}
#trigger {The south gate is closed.} {#nodir}

both of these seem to still not work. any help appreciated !
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MattLofton
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 29, 2011 10:14 pm   
 
Don't use fast mode. Fast mode ignores or otherwise messes with map-helping scripts, so you won't necessarily be able to use them to correct mistakes made.
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bothkill
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 30, 2011 10:55 pm   
 
Or, if you use fast mode you could try these depending on a number of factors (which ones, you will figure out in time):

#TRIGGER {The south gate is closed.} {#MOVE n}

#TRIGGER {The south gate is closed.} {#MOVE <dir>; #MOVE <dir>; ... and so on till the room with the south gate closed>}

#TRIGGER {The south gate is closed.} {#TELEPORT <room no. with the south gate closed>}

The purpose is to re-position you on the correct map location.
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