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Old October 17, 2008, 00:09   #101
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Careful - The Complainer was originally a real person...
lol point well taken. although i meant to poke fun at myself for being so obsessive.

besides, in angband, isn't complaint just another word for love?
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Old November 3, 2008, 22:46   #102
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After playing 0.2.3 for over a year on my WinMobile phone I finally upgraded to this version. I have noticed a bug that occurs during macro or keymap usage. I have a keymap to the "tab" key for maa*t which works great until I get a modifier at the bottom of the screen such as poisoned or gain new spell. If I push "tab" then it prompts me for which spell I want to cast instead of which target. It also does it if its a macro mapped to the keys fo the toolbar. Again, its the WinCE version on a ATT 8525.

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Old November 3, 2008, 23:14   #103
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After playing 0.2.3 for over a year on my WinMobile phone I finally upgraded to this version. I have noticed a bug that occurs during macro or keymap usage. I have a keymap to the "tab" key for maa*t which works great until I get a modifier at the bottom of the screen such as poisoned or gain new spell. If I push "tab" then it prompts me for which spell I want to cast instead of which target. It also does it if its a macro mapped to the keys fo the toolbar.
That's an odd one. It sounds like the macro is getting interrupted after the second key, but I can't think why that would happen. You could try inscribing your first book @m0 and making the macro m0a*t, but I'm really guessing here.

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Old November 4, 2008, 00:43   #104
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That's an odd one. It sounds like the macro is getting interrupted after the second key, but I can't think why that would happen. You could try inscribing your first book @m0 and making the macro m0a*t, but I'm really guessing here.
I'll give that a shot.

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Old November 4, 2008, 09:03   #105
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That's an odd one. It sounds like the macro is getting interrupted after the second key, but I can't think why that would happen. You could try inscribing your first book @m0 and making the macro m0a*t, but I'm really guessing here.
I don't think it will work. Targetting via macros has been broken since... erm... maybe when the menus became cursor driven. Interesting comment about the status area though - I don't remember noticing that when testing.
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Targetting via macros has been broken since... erm... maybe when the menus became cursor driven.
Maybe it will be fixed in 0.3.6
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I don't think it will work. Targetting via macros has been broken since... erm... maybe when the menus became cursor driven. Interesting comment about the status area though - I don't remember noticing that when testing.
You are right, it didn't work. My current character has the "study" tag and it doesn't work even with the inscription.
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BTW, how to you set up emacs not to break Angband coding guidlines? I tried for months and failed.
In case you're still interested, I think I've worked this out. You do 'C-c .', and return, which will get you a prompt for C style. Enter 'bsd' and return again; now the style is set correctly. Then select the whole buffer, go to the C menu and select 'Indent Line or Region' (there may be a key sequence for this, but I haven't looked yet). Repeat for the next file.

EDIT: In fact, C-x h will select the whole buffer and M-C-\ (ie Esc, C-\) will do the indent.
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Badly. But I'm afraid it breaks Angband coding guidlines, by, e.g., either changing tabs to spaces or, if you have tabs turned on, badly indenting with tabs (should be some tabs, rest spaces, is all tabs, until under 8 characters).

But then, if we can agree among us, emacs Angband hackers, to use spaces only plus bsd style, this would still be an improvement. One more thing: how deep indentation? 4 characters? This way we fork Angband coding standards, but then, it wasn't consistent between variants and developers for some time now.
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Badly. But I'm afraid it breaks Angband coding guidlines, by, e.g., either changing tabs to spaces or, if you have tabs turned on, badly indenting with tabs (should be some tabs, rest spaces, is all tabs, until under 8 characters).
OK, I guess I just have a better approximation to the guidelines than I had before. It'll suit me for now, though.

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I'm planning to put O110u at 8; FA I'll probably continue to do in emacs default style; any patches I do for V will be at 8 and if anyone complains they can fix it themselves
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