Mudlet features and API requests

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Vadi
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Re: Mudlet API requests

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Ew, never. Sorry.

Use os.execute instead, see if you can control COM that way.

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A function to get the timestamp for a given line number.

EDIT HEIKO: ok, will be included in 1.0.6

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A way to scroll to a given line number from the API. Don't know if this is doable, but it would invoke split screen and scroll to that point.

Doable at all at some point? :)

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Vadi
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setButtonState - explicitly set a button state from scripts.

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demonnic
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the ability to get the wrap width of the main mudlet buffer/window in a lua script, pls.

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Functions to delete MiniConsoles and other user windows, including labels and gauges.
A function to list all current user windows/gauges/labels and their names.

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Vadi
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A function to register event handlers with.

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Rakon
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I'd like easy variable persistence in some form. Actual dialog, or other method of seeing/storing variables instead of having to use remember(variable) for every single one I'd want to store between sessions. This, among a few other items is one of the most annoying nuances I've run into, trying to switch to Mudlet.

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Working on it, but it won't be in 1.0.6. And you will need to specify what you want saved. Heiko and I had a long conversation about persistence and when it came down to it, that's just the "best" solution for Mudlet. Also, the simple solution to having to specify each variable you want saved is to place them all within a single table and save that.

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By saving the variables to a table, and then saving 'remember(table)' wouldn't that only save the table, as the variable?
Also, I'm not seeing it on the forums, or the manual has 1.06 included a SendQuiet, or 'if window is in focus' abilities?

[EDIT HEIKO: bool = hasFocus() & send( text, false)]

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