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Got qt SDK installed. Will I have to reinstall mudlet now?Heiko wrote: Crashes on Linux are almost always related to broken compilers or broken qt libs. Go and get yourself properly compiled Qt libs (Qt SDK) for Linux.
Crashed mudlet 2.1 last night and earlier today. Last night I was copy/pasting from the buffer and it went into not responding mode. Had to force quit. Earlier today I was going through the buffer with a via the search box on the bottom right and it stopped responding forcing another quit. I've had ...
If you play an IRE mud, it's best to use the mapping script that comes with Mudlet. You can download all their maps through mudlet, and the room numbers match the game's room numbers.
oh, add another ')' by targetVariable ....I'm bad about leaving out parenthesis when I use a function inside if statements...part of the drawback of using them when you don't have to, but I like the separation it gives.
Well...it depends on how you target....I'm assuming you just use 'zombie' rather than 'a small zombie'. if (string.find(matches, targetVariable) then send("stuff to do") else return end If you use 'a small zombie' then you can just do this. if (matches == targetVariable) then send("stuff to do...
- Sun Jan 27, 2013 3:20 am
- Forum: Mudlet Development
- Topic: Input line display bug with multiple lines of input
- Replies: 4
- Views: 1766
I've never had that issue. Granted I don't normally go three lines higher either...but you said even if it's one line higher it still does it for you..That's strange
make sure you have gmcp enabled in your settings. Once you enable it, you'll have to close mudlet and restart it again. If gmcp isn't enabled all gmcp related variable will be a nil value.