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Dragonknight said:@Cathy I believe that solution is for instances of it crashing when you use GOTO not just opening the map.
@Cathy I believe that solution is for instances of it crashing when you use GOTO not just opening the map.
"Delete", "removedDesignReason("]] .. name .. [[")",
"Nothing")]], "read course", true)
-- and the - removedDesignReason( .. is a script, and it keeps bringing back an error
GUI.designBox("design stuff", "Design reason: WhateverReasonHere?", "Delete", "removedDesignReason("Muffins")", "Nothing")
^Here is something wrong.
cechoLink("<red>[Read]", [[GUI.designBox("design stuff", "Design reason: ]] .. DB[name].reason:title() .. [[?", "Delete", "removedDesignReason(']] .. name .. [[')", "Nothing")]], "read course", true)
^I changed this from double to single quote
Is anyone else trying to run Mudlet in iOS 10.8.5?
Nizaris said:(1) Lua tutorial [ http://lua-users.org/wiki/TutorialDirectory ] Read this like a novel, start to finish. But, don't read everything! Read from LuaTypesTutorial to FunctionsTutorial; the rest is (largely) irrelevant. Under "Lua Standard Libraries", I recommend the following: CoreFunctionsTutorial, MathLibraryTutorial, StringLibraryTutorial, and TableLibraryTutorial.
(2) Mudlet manual [ http://wiki.mudlet.org/w/Manual:Lua_Functions ] Read this like a cook book, a little here, a little there, and only as you need it. It's all useful, but it's something that you go back to over and over again as you need it.
(3) Mudlet gui functions (geyser) [ http://wiki.mudlet.org/w/Manual:Geyser ] Useful if you want to make your Mudlet look pretty, and/or useful. I personally use geyser to track opponent afflictions delivered/cured. (Really handy for an apostate, or any other affliction class).
(4) Mudlet migration guide [ http://wiki.mudlet.org/w/Manual:Migrating ] Probably a very good place for you to start. The front matter of it is written for people migrating from Nexus, but there is a sizable section devoted to CMud/zMud migration.
(5) Youtube, for just about anything that you want to do, is excellent for tutorials. Take Vadimuses' user page (one of the authors of Mudlet) for example [ https://www.youtube.com/user/Vadi5 ]. He has a few tutorials there. Also, just try a search for "mudlet tutorial" on Youtube.
cecho("AlertBox","\n<green:ghost_white> "..matches.." REBOUND DOWN \n ATTACK")
cecho("\n<green:ghost_white> "..matches.." REBOUND DOWN \n ATTACK")
if matches:find(target) then
Results of disembowel testing | Knight limb counter | GMCP AB files
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mpackage = "blah"