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Here you go: pattern: ^wc\s?(.+)?$ if matches == nil then echo("caled alias called without arguments\n"); else echo("caled alias called cap group<"..matches..">\n"); end patterns like ^wc *(.+)?$ or ^wc *(.*) would also work. info on regex quantifiers: http://www....
- Sun Apr 26, 2009 3:49 pm
- Forum: Help Forum
- Topic: Help with highlighting names and groups
- Replies: 1
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This can be done with a small script that parses the output of city ennemies and creates a tempTrigger for each name on the list and colorize the name red. Beta-10pre has a simple GUI to help with colorization triggers. Beta-10pre is already available via git or ubuntu repository. Windows users will...
Yes, it's possible. If you call deleteLine() from the prompt trigger the prompt will be gone without a trace. You'll be able to show it in a different font size or differnt font on a label which is something like a button, but meant for small custom image/text/graphics displays in the custom user in...
- Sat Apr 25, 2009 1:14 pm
- Forum: General Forum
- Topic: possible bug with events
- Replies: 17
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Sure, you can set up the order in which the handlers are called with drag & drop. The first on the list if called first, then the second etc.. This is the same with all tree items in Mudlet, triggers, alias, scripts etc..
You need to add a script item that handles your event e.g. add new script "eventHandlerOnBalance" In the script of this script item you declare the event handler function. The requirement is that this function is named after the script item name. In this example the event handler must be n...