Mudlet features and API requests

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Denarii
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Rakon wrote:By saving the variables to a table, and then saving 'remember(table)' wouldn't that only save the table, as the variable?
I'm not exactly sure what you mean. With the system I'll be creating you would do something like the following and the states of all registered tables/variables would be saved whenever the profile is saved and when the profile is closed. The most recent saved variable state would be loaded after your profile.
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myvars = {
	foo = 1,
	bar = 2,
	}
	
SavedVariables:Add("myvars")
Rakon wrote: 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?
If by SendQuiet you mean a function to send text without echoing it to the console, try send("test", false). I don't know about checking for window focus, but likely no. It would be something to consider, though.

guy
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hempa wrote: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.
bump.

Also a way to control stacking order other than show/hide

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Vadi
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the only way to control it actually is order of creation atm.

naftali
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Function to allow mudlet to use growl notifications.

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Vadi
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:|

os.execute and off you go.

max
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Post by max »

It would be nice if tempTimer and tempTrigger would accept (anonymous) functions and not only lua code string literals.

Then closures could be used with temporary triggers.

Eg.:

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local rec = { "a","b","c"}
tempTimer(1, function() rec.[0] = "bla" end)

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Heiko
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tempTimer() accepts anonymous functions, but it's the only function currently that does.

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Vadi
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a function to invoke the text editor in scripting to edit things.

I'll try and give this a go in implementing.

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A function to insert text into the input line, so it can be optionally sent or modified and sent. Several people asked me about this

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Heiko
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Vadi wrote:a function to invoke the text editor in scripting to edit things.

I'll try and give this a go in implementing.
If you do this, it must be general enough to be used as a multiline text editor from the command line. Otherwise we'll end up having a mess of specialized editors.

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