Re: Sit on objects.

From: Matt McLaughlin (mattm@SATYRS.ENGR.CSUFRESNO.EDU)
Date: 04/30/98

   Hey dude..   'Sit On This!'


The spells are kinda fun.  You don't NEED to have the chair cast spells
(in fact, by default they don't, you have to set them to do so)  One way
to solve the at problem is to add in support in the at command to look
for chairs....just save the chair if they happen to be sitting, then,
after the command, set them back in it.  It's seamless, and transparent.

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 i duno about you... but i dont have any chairs in the game that cast spells..
Why dont you just make things simple and do whats called a SPECOBJ

  Maybe its in the circlemud code.. i dont remember.. but ive got somethin like
if object # whatever  is to be used..  'ie in this case a chair being sat in'
then have it do some sort of routine...

  I dont think its any different than a spec proc..  at least this way youll
be able to do what you want.. without having to mess with the spell code.

-DarkLord                       Bio-Hazard Ind.

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