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Post is unread #1 Jun 18, 2013, 12:20 pm
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Tyro
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Hey guys I have posted a few times in the past month or so I have smaugfuss 1.9 running. :)

Anyway I get into muds again every few years.

What I really need now is a Good Help file. Something with the most used immortal commands and info for newbies. LIke first few quests/items etc..

I have done some looking around but only find outdated material.
I am looking for helpers to run this thing if anyone is interested.
Pretty stock right now but I want to have fun with it.
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Post is unread #2 Jun 18, 2013, 9:04 pm
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My suggestion there is two fold. First, try to document the wizard commands, using the source and pestering Kayle as much as possible. Especially that last part. :evil:

Two, and something I would do myself if I were going to use SmaugFUSS, ditch the "wizhelp" command and just merge the contents into the normal help command. If you like, make the commands for wizards invisible to people below wizard level. I think I remember the help files having a level entry, most of which are probably 0 or -1.

I think it's silly to have documentation split up into different places, but YMMV. :)
       
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