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Console Command Documentation
« on: February 09, 2017, 02:43:55 AM »
This topic will document each console command. You can also view this documentation in the console via the help command.

Full Command List:

cls: Clear the console screen.
console: Adjust console settings.
exit: Exit the console.
help: Display help information.
inv: Current player inventory.
kill: Kill players or mobs.
list: List various game information.
msg: Send a text message.
notify: Add a notification.
player: Change the current player.
script: Execute an existing script or single command.
tp: Current players teleports.
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Re: Console Command Documentation
« Reply #1 on: February 09, 2017, 02:44:38 AM »
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Re: Console Command Documentation
« Reply #2 on: February 09, 2017, 02:47:07 AM »
help: Display help information.

help [command]

[command]  -- Enter a command to view full help for that command.
              Omit command to view brief help for all commands.

Examples:
help  -- display a list of all commands with a brief description of each.
help kill  -- display full help information for the kill command.
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Re: Console Command Documentation
« Reply #3 on: February 09, 2017, 03:30:49 AM »
console: Adjust the position or size of the console window.

console -fs -o -p -s [scale] [lines] [x] [y]

-fs [scale] -- Adjust the scale used to draw the console font. 0.75 = default.

-o [lines]  -- Set how many lines of text are kept in the console output stream before they are dropped off the end. The default is 1000.

-p [x] [y]  -- Adjust the position of the console window.
               x & y is the new screen position in pixels.

-s [x] [y]  -- Adjust the size of the console window.
               x & y is the new size in columns and rows.

Examples:
console -p 20 50  -- changes the console screen position to 20 pixels across and 50 pixels down.
console -s 30 20  -- changes the console size to 30 characters wide and 20 rows high.
console -fs 0.5   -- makes the console font smaller.
console -o 500    -- set the consoles output stream size to 500 lines.

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Re: Console Command Documentation
« Reply #4 on: February 09, 2017, 03:31:11 AM »
exit: Exit (close) the console window.

exit

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Re: Console Command Documentation
« Reply #5 on: February 09, 2017, 03:31:18 AM »
player: Change the current player. Certain commands act on the current player.

player [name]

[name]  -- The name of the player to set as the current.
           Omit to change back to the original player who opened the console.

Examples:
player  -- changes the current player to the original player that opened the console.
player john10  -- changes the current player to john10.

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Re: Console Command Documentation
« Reply #6 on: February 09, 2017, 03:40:14 AM »
tp: Teleport the current player or manipulate teleport points.

tp -a -r -ra [name]

-a   -- Add a teleport point for the current player (where the current player is currently standing).
-r   -- Remove the named teleport point for the current player.
-ra  -- Remove all teleport points from the current player.
[name]  -- Name of the teleport point or map marker.

Examples:
tp home  -- teleport the current player to the teleport point or map marker named 'home'.
tp -a home  -- add the teleport point 'home' to the current player.
tp -r home  -- remove the teleport point 'home' for the current player.
tp -ra  -- remove all teleport points from the current player.
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Re: Console Command Documentation
« Reply #7 on: February 09, 2017, 03:43:07 AM »
inv: Manipulate the current players inventory.

inv -a -e -r -ra [item] [qty]

-a   -- Add the item to inventory. If [qty] is omitted, the items default stack size will be added. If no other -args are used, -a is assumed.
-e   -- Equip the item. Optional. Can be used in conjunction with -a.
-r   -- Remove the item from inventory. If [qty] is omitted, all stacks of the item will be removed.
-ra  -- Remove all items.
[item]  -- The item to add/remove/equip/list.
[qty]  -- The number of units.

Examples:
inv grass  -- add a stack of grass (-a assumed).
inv -a -e dirt 50  -- add 50 dirt and equip.
inv -e dirt  -- equip dirt if in inventory.
inv -r dirt  -- remove all stacks of dirt.
inv -r dirt 50  -- remove 50 dirt.
inv -ra  -- remove all items.
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Re: Console Command Documentation
« Reply #8 on: February 09, 2017, 03:45:44 AM »
notify: Add a notification to top left of screen.

notify -a -c -g -l -r [message]

-a  -- Notification appears on the screen for admins.
-c  -- Notification appears on the screen for all members of the current players clan.
-g  -- Notification appears on the screen for all gamers (default).
-l  -- Notification only appears on your screen (local).
-r  -- Notification appears on the screen for all remote gamers, but not yours.
[message]  -- The notification text. Surround the message with double quotes if it contains spaces.

Example:
notify ""hello everyone""
notify -g ""hello everyone""
The notification appears on every gamers screen.

notify -a ""meeting time""
The notification appears only on admin screens.

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Re: Console Command Documentation
« Reply #9 on: February 09, 2017, 03:47:12 AM »
script: Execute an existing script or single script command.

script -c -s [command|script]

-c  -- Run a single script command.
-s  -- Run a script (default switch, can be omitted).
[command] -- A single command to run.
[script]  -- A full script name to run, including folders.

Examples:
script Events\PlayerJoined
script -s Events\PlayerJoined
Runs the script called Events\PlayerJoined.

script -c notify [hello [gamertag]]
Runs the single script command: notify [hello [gamertag]]

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Re: Console Command Documentation
« Reply #10 on: February 09, 2017, 03:50:50 AM »
msg: Send a text message to other players.

msg -a [player] [message]

-a  -- Send message only to players with admin permission.
[player] - Send private message to named player.
[message] - The message text. surround with double quotes for messages that contain spaces.

example:
msg ""Hello everyone""
Send the msg ""Hello everyone"" to all players in the world.

msg -a ""some important secret message""
Send the message only to admins.

example:
msg hellosailor Ahoy!
Send the message ""Ahoy!"" to the gamer named hellosailor.

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Re: Console Command Documentation
« Reply #11 on: February 09, 2017, 03:57:05 AM »
cls: Clear the console screen and output stream.

cls

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Re: Console Command Documentation
« Reply #12 on: February 09, 2017, 03:59:04 AM »
kill: Kill the current player, all NPCs or all NPCs of a type.

kill -a -p [npctype]

-a  -- kill all NPCs.
-p  -- kill the current player
[npctype]  -- kill all NPCs of this type.

Examples:
kill -a  -- this will kill all NPCs.
kill -p  -- this will kill the current player.
kill goblin  -- this will kill all goblins.

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Re: Console Command Documentation
« Reply #13 on: February 09, 2017, 06:03:59 PM »
list: List various game information.

list -i -m -p -pe -s -tp -z [pattern]

-i   -- list all items in the current players inventory.
-m   -- list map markers.
-mg  -- list map grave markers.
-p   -- list all players in the world.
-pe  -- list the current players permissions.
-s   -- list scripts.
-tp  -- list the current players teleport points.
-z   -- list zones.

[pattern] -- any output that does not start with pattern is ignored.
             e.g. list -i sa  -- list all items in inventory that start with 'sa'
                  list -p j  -- list all players whose name starts with 'j'
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