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Re: KI-Commands

Postby Mystler » Mon 9. Jan 2012, 16:03

I'll add a note until next patch day. ;)
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Re: KI-Commands

Postby J'Kla » Tue 10. Jan 2012, 00:35

Thank you :-) /bow
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Re: KI-Commands

Postby Mystler » Sat 14. Jan 2012, 18:50

Done. ;)
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Re: KI-Commands

Postby Cpt-Jericho » Sat 14. Jan 2012, 21:13

The /export command rocks. But it seems to have troubles with ["].
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Re: KI-Commands

Postby RockArdemar » Wed 18. Jan 2012, 18:53

Yes, I tried to /export and a red error message appears every time.

On the other hand, the other day in Mr Rosenqvist's office we commented that it would be useful to have a /CoD command, like we have /nexus and /hood, in order to get faster to the City of Dimensions (e.g. when we see Mr Rosenqvist or Amelia Williams are there).
Or, a CoD book on the Relto bookshelf. Would that be possible?
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Re: KI-Commands

Postby Mystler » Wed 18. Jan 2012, 19:41

Spoiler:
*whistle* I never planned to release something like /cod, this patchday. ;)
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Re: KI-Commands

Postby Alien » Fri 6. Apr 2012, 10:24

On the Guild Of Sleepers forum, we've started a thread explaining how to use some of the more advanced KI commands.
You can find it here : Not So Basic Commands

If you wish to add to it, please do. If you're not registered on the Guild Of Sleepers forum (why not?)
Post your addition here, and we'll add it to the thread on the Sleepers forum.

My apologies to the TOC team for promoting another forum

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Re: KI-Commands

Postby Mystler » Fri 6. Apr 2012, 10:58

Wow, cool idea. I like if you play with the commands and write some tutorials on them. ;)
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Re: KI-Commands

Postby Scarchu » Fri 6. Apr 2012, 11:51

Thanks Mystler :) But we need some help with some commands... For example /scale x y z . I lost two time the Arch because of this command :D
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Re: KI-Commands

Postby Mystler » Fri 6. Apr 2012, 16:10

Well, /scale x 0.5 will scale an object along the x axis. You can specify any axis with x, y, z and the scale value.
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