[WHISPER], [SHOUT], [XX], [REGION_SAY], [OWNER_SAY] & [IM]

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[XX]text

When you put a number inside the brackets, the EZAD broadcasts the text that follows on this channel number. Useful mainly for commands to control other scripts which are listening on off channels

[WHISPER]text & [WHISPER:XX]text

The text that follows a whisper command will be whispered instead of just a normal say. Whispers are limited to 10 meters instead of the normal 20 meters for most chat. You can also have the the EZAD whisper on off channels by changing the XX to a number.

[SHOUT]text & [SHOUT:XX]text

The text that follows a shout command will be shouted instead of just a normal say. Shouts have a range of 100 meters instead of the normal 20 meters for most chat. You can also have the the EZAD shout on off channels by changing the XX to a number.

[REGION_SAY:XX]text

The text that follows the region say command will be broadcast through the entire current region on channel XX. Every object within the region that is listening to that channel will hear the command. The channel number cannot be 0.

[OWNER_SAY]text

The text that follows the owner say command is displayed in the chat history of the avatar who owns the HUD. No one else will hear the text, nor will any objects. This is suitable to send reminder messages to the user when executing a macro.

[IM]text

The text that follows the instant message command is sent to the current target. The text is only seen by the target and it is saved if the target is not online at the moment.

If you are reading this page using the Google translator, please note that macro commands like [NAME] and [WHISPER] only work if use the English word in the brackets and not the translated word. Be sure to view the page in English to make sure you are using the correct command in your macros.

4 Responses to “[WHISPER], [SHOUT], [XX], [REGION_SAY], [OWNER_SAY] & [IM]”

  1. Zed Fairweather Says:

    Hey, I’ve been having some issues with getting commands send to my weapons, an example of the command: /1 draw blade

    I have tried [1] draw blade , |/1 draw blade| and [WHISPER:1] draw blade

    It seems that none work. Using mystitools i have seen a diffrence in how EZAD issues commands and manual issuing them, Here is the example:

    With EZAD:
    MystiTool HUD 1.0.23: (Zed Fairweather) [Zed Fairweather - Ch.1]: draw blade

    Manually:
    MystiTool HUD 1.0.23: [Zed Fairweather - Ch.1]: draw blade

    From what i can tell my name in ( ) is preventing my weapon from seeing the command somehow, And my issue is how do i get EZAD to see the command?

    Thank you.

  2. Keiki Lemieux Says:

    @Zed, the chat messages that are generated from your macros are coming from the actual object, not directly from you. Most likely your blade is only listening to things that you say. To get around this limitation, look at the [dialog] command. When you choose something to say using a [dialog] command, your avatar actually says it and the blade script should work accordingly.

  3. Tina Mopp Says:

    How do i set up emotes to use in my huddle? I want to use this to display my own elotes in chat. I am a dancer so it is required I emote. However, it would be simpler if i coukd have the huddle send out my emotes instead of me typing them everytime. ty

  4. Keiki Lemieux Says:

    If you want the HUD to display an emote when you press the button you just type in that emote on a line of a notecard. For instance if you wanted an emote that looked like this:

    Tina Mopp blows you a kiss.

    The line on the notecard would be:

    /me blows you a kiss.

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