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  • Bug in EXEC code for labels

    There seems to be a bug in the EXEC code for labels.
    This code f.ex. doesn't work:
    Code:
    L01,000,834,313,190,255,255,255,1,"Calibri","EXEC;EXIT"
    debug log says:
    02.09.2009 01:01:57: Enter Exec: Falsch, picviewer_full.skin, "EXIT"", Falsch
    02.09.2009 01:01:57: Que Exec: Wahr, picviewer_full.skin, "EXIT"", Falsch
    02.09.2009 01:01:57: Executing: EXIT"
    02.09.2009 01:01:57: Command not executed: EXIT"
    02.09.2009 01:01:57: Que Exec: Wahr, picviewer_full.skin, "ONCOMMANDINVALID", Falsch
    02.09.2009 01:01:57: Executing: ONCOMMANDINVALID
    02.09.2009 01:01:57: Leave Exec: Falsch, picviewer_full.skin, ONCOMMANDINVALID, Falsch

    It works when the last quotes are removed:
    Code:
    L01,000,834,313,190,255,255,255,1,"Calibri","EXEC;EXIT

  • #2
    put in "EXEC;EXIT||=" -- that should be the correct way.
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    • #3
      ....okey....don't really understand why this is the correct way, but I'll try.

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      • #4
        its because the EXEC; command is supposed to be used in conjunction with a label. Adding the double pipe and = essentially creates an invisible label.
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        • #5
          Skin Commands.txt really should be updated to reflect that tidbit of info.
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          • #6
            Originally posted by Sonicxtacy02 View Post
            its because the EXEC; command is supposed to be used in conjunction with a label. Adding the double pipe and = essentially creates an invisible label.
            Ah, I see. Works btw .

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