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Definitions System (Old Define From 2.6R3) Support Definitions.ini from 2.6R3

#1 User is offline   Tuck Icon

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Posted January 29, 2010 - 02:40 AM

Definition System

Author: Tuck
Version: 1.0.0
Description: Definition System, From 2.6R3.

Commands:
    .Define <Term>
    .NewDef <Term>|<Definition>
    .DelDef <Term>


Important Notes:
    Supports 2.6R3 Definitions.ini


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  • Attached File  def.txt (2.89K)
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Posted June 12, 2010 - 02:55 AM

View PostTuck, on 28 January 2010 - 09:40 PM, said:

Definition System

Author: Tuck
Version: 1.0.0
Description: Definition System, From 2.6R3.

Commands:
    .Define <Term>
    .NewDef <Term>|<Definition>
    .DelDef <Term>


Important Notes:
    Supports 2.6R3 Definitions.ini



ok i got it working added all the runewords but when other ppl try and define bot doesnt do nothing ?? i added every runeword and im the only one who can use it waist of time lol :D jk but is it supost to be like that or what

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Posted June 12, 2010 - 03:36 AM

You can edit the access to the .def command through the command manager under the Bot menu.

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Posted August 11, 2010 - 02:24 AM

Do you have to add each definition manually or is there a way to just add a list of words and its meaning?

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Posted August 12, 2010 - 02:45 AM

After you install and load the Definition System Script there should be a definitions.ini file in your Bot folder that you can add all your definitions to directly.

Type in each of your words or phrases to be defined on a new line. After each word or phrase type = and the corresponding definition.


EXAMPLE:


Quote

[Def]

Acolyte= UNDEAD [L1 - 75 Gold / 1 Food) <BT: 15s> [HP: 220 / Armor: 0]
Troll Headhunter= ORC [L2 - 135 Gold / 20 Lumber / 2 Food) <BT: 20s> [HP: 350 / A: 0-6*]
Riflemen= HUMAN [L3 - 205 Gold / 30 Lumber / 3 Food) <BT: 26s> [HP: 505 / A: 0-6*]

Etc.



After you are finished inputting your definitions save the file and reload scripts. This method is still sort of manual but it is MUCH easier than using the .NewDef and .DelDef commands to update/edit your definitions.

This post has been edited by Abraxas: August 12, 2010 - 02:48 AM


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Posted November 02, 2010 - 05:10 PM

i put def.txt in my bots profile/scripts folder. Reloaded and restarted SB several times. Definition is recognized, no .ini was created.

I see a Definitions-Enable/View Script section under Scripting menu but no .ini created in either userprofile folder or main sb folder.

How do I get def.txt to create its Definitions.ini file?

View PostBnastyProduce, on 02 November 2010 - 11:55 AM, said:

i put def.txt in my bots profile/scripts folder. Reloaded and restarted SB several times. Definition is recognized, no .ini was created.

I see a Definitions-Enable/View Script section under Scripting menu but no .ini created in either userprofile folder or main sb folder.

How do I get def.txt to create its Definitions.ini file?

To answer my own question, upon adding a new def with the .newdef <word>|<Definition> command the Definitions.ini file was created.

This post has been edited by BnastyProduce: November 02, 2010 - 05:01 PM


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