- mes "<message>";
- mes "<Line 1>","<Line 2>","<Line 3>";
- mes "<message>"+<variable> or command +"<message>";
The most basic scripting command.
Displays a window with <message> in it to the invoking character, if the window already exists, it will just display the given message.
Notice that mes does not create a next or close button, so you have to create one using the next or close command, otherwise the player will be stuck in your script.
Use the + operator to give out multiple messages combined with variables or some commands(for example countitem, getitemname or strcharinfo)in one mes.
Use "^<Red><Green><Blue> " in front of the message to give <message> a color.
<Red><Green><Blue> stand for three hexadecimal numbers, representing the color components of Red Green and Blue in the wanted colour, like a html-code(see examples).
Do not forget to set the color to black again, by putting "^000000" after your message, exept you want to color your whole text...
Be careful: Magenta (ff00ff) is considered as transparent in the client, using it in a Dialogue will result in a weird (or funny) effect.
mes "Hello World"; //Will open up a text box with:
mes "Hello 1","Hello 2","Hello 3"; // This will Generate 3 lines
mes "Hello"+strcharinfo(0)+", how are you?"; // Will upon up a textbox printing:
Hello Charname, how are you?
mes "^FF0000 Hello World^000000"; //Will open up a text box with
mes "\'Hello!\'"; // use \as prefix to include Symbols: // will print: