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Items that calls up a script

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Is it possible to create an item that calls up a script?

What I want to do is an item that stays permanently on player's inventories. When it is used, it calls up a script that give information about the current users on the map.

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21 hours ago, PunkBuster said:

Is it possible to create an item that calls up a script?

What I want to do is an item that stays permanently on player's inventories. When it is used, it calls up a script that give information about the current users on the map.

It would look something like this:

first create a script and put its function there, example:
 

function	script	scripttest	{
	getmapxy @map$,@x,@y,0;	
	dispbottom "Quantidade de jogadores no mapa atual: "+getmapusers(@map$);
end;
}

then just go to the item script and use callfunc, in this example I used '2201':

	Id: 2201
	AegisName: "Sunglasses"
	Name: "Sunglasses"
	Type: "IT_ARMOR"
	Buy: 5000
	Weight: 100
	Loc: "EQP_HEAD_MID"
	Refine: false
	ViewSprite: 12
	Script: <" bonus2 bResEff,Eff_Blind,500; callfunc "scripttest"; ">


You can also make this number update every time the number of players changes on this map, it all depends on what you want.

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if you need also player interaction from item script, need call npc label in one of ways for attach npc to player. after you can use select/menu etc

 

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