- Any number of "aliases" can be entered, per world. Aliases are a
shorthand way of entering commands, for example: CLW could send "cure
- Aliases can match the start of a command, anywhere in the command, or exactly
the command. For example, if you set up an alias of "c" to mean "cure
light wounds" and make it match exactly, then it will not clash with "close".
- You can have an "argument" to an alias. For example: You type: "attack
dragon", and the alias substitution text reads: "stab & with
sword; kick & with left foot; cast fire spell on &". In this case
the "&" in the substitution text is replaced by the word "dragon",
in each case.
- You can use the clipboard contents as the alias argument. This is useful in
conjunction with matching on a wildcard with a trigger and copying the resulting
wildcard text to the clipboard.
- Labels (so aliases have names)
- Script event (so aliases cause a script subroutine to fire)
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Page updated on Tuesday, 6 December 2005