What is this?
Chat commands can be used to comfortably control other chars in the party.
By using chat commands you can control other chars while you only need to have one SRO_Client opened.
Who can use the commands?
You can send chat commands with any character you like to.
However the receiver of a command will make sure that the sending character is authorized to execute the command.
The receiver will accept a chat command only if:
- "Allow chat commands" is active in "Party" tab
- The sender of the command is in the list of players who shall be invited to your party ("Party" > "Party")
How can I use this?
To use a command an authorized character can send any kind of chat (General, PM, Party, Guild, Union, Global, Academy, ...) to the character that shall execute the command.
You have to prefix every command with "cmd" in order for the bot to recognize it (and to avoid accidentially triggering commands with normal chatter).
Pick a command you want to execute (e.g. "scroll") and send it to whoever shall execute the command (e.g. party-chat) which would yield What commands are available?
If a part of the command is enclosed by "[" and "]" this means that it is not necessary to provide this argument.
If such an argument is ommited its data will be taken from the sender of the command.
Currently the following chat commands are available:
The char will attempt to use a return scroll
- trace [<name>]
The receiving char will trace the char <Name>.
If <Name> is not supplied then the sending char will be traced.
The char will sit down / stand up
The char will leave its current party
- move [<x> <y>]
Will move to the position of the sender of the command.
If <X> and <Y> are given, will move to this position instead.
- join <x>
Attempt to join party number <X> from party matching.
- invite [<name>]
Invite player <Name> into party.
If <Name> is not given, will invite the sender of the command.
cmd trace MrCool
cmd move 75 20
cmd invite MrsCool
cmd join 123