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Old July 7, 2018, 18:29   #21
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I tested a bunch of variants on my computer. It appears !a only works in Sil. (presumably it does !aim in others). I don't have a pre-UI change version of NPP, but quickband also forked from NPP & doesn't have it.
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Old July 7, 2018, 22:10   #22
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Originally Posted by Ingwe Ingweron View Post
Note: as !a or !^a or just plain ^a is an unfamiliar inscription to me, I just did a test, and none of these variations prevent attack with a weapon, at least in the regular typeset (maybe it works for rogue typeset?).
It's actually "ask confirmation before using a rod" in roguelike keyset ('a'pply command). "Ask before attacking" functionality doesn't exists in V. It wouldn't be terribly difficult to implement it, though (presumably by calling key_confirm_command(), or some such, from do_cmd_move(), do_cmd_alter_aux(), etc).
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