Re: TT++ Targetting

February 12, 2014 05:41AM
Sure. Here's what I've been using for over a decade :)

First, you set up an alias that assigns name of your target to variable called $target:

#ALIAS {targ} { #variable target %0; whois $target } {5}

You use above like so: targ valg (sets up $target = "valg"). As a bonus, I also do "whois $target" in the same command, to make sure that the guy pops up on my 'whois' list and to ensure that I didn't mistype his name, etc.

Now, you're ready to rain death and destruction:

#ALIAS {aa} { dirt $target } {5}

#ALIAS {kk} { murder $target } {5}

#ALIAS {ll} { trip $target } {5}

Basically, any time you type "aa" and hit enter, this expands to "dirt valg".

Some people went further and have multi-target setup, used for fighting groups. I never bothered. I basically just type "targ nextguy" to switch to next guy and hit away.

Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 02/12/2014 05:43AM by Carrock.
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TT++ Targetting

Kraenesk February 10, 2014 11:10AM

Re: TT++ Targetting

Carrock February 12, 2014 05:41AM

CMud Targeting

Spronti April 15, 2014 06:57PM

Careful with this..

Rade April 02, 2014 04:25PM

Basically, this is the same idea as bloodmoon's post below (nt)

Carrock February 12, 2014 05:42AM

Yeah, I've never used multiple targets, since all I have to type is var [name] (n/t)

bloodmoon February 22, 2014 01:20PM

Might not work the same...

bloodmoon February 11, 2014 07:25PM

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