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    Rings in Use IDs.

    Hey mates, been looking for the IDs of the rings in use but havent got any results so far :/ Need to do a script and can't because IDs of the rings not in use ain't the same as when being worn.
    also looked in the item ID list but none there.

    Is there any way to find out the IDs of the rings in game by myself, using a HUD for example?
    If not, is there any way to find out these IDs?

    Thanks in advance!

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    print(ring)

    It will show up on help->debug

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    tyvm BUg

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    Is there any way to find out the IDs of the rings in game by myself, using a HUD for example?
    If not, is there any way to find out these IDs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mizzuro View Post
    Is there any way to find out the IDs of the rings in game by myself, using a HUD for example?
    If not, is there any way to find out these IDs?
    See iBot: Variables and Functions.

    To get the item ID of the ring currently in use:

    ring [int]: Returns the ID of the item on your finger slot.
    And to get an item's ID based on its name:

    itemid(string itemname) [int]: Returns the id of item with name itemname.
    For example, itemid('life ring') will return 3052.

    If you want to display a list of rings that you currently have in your backpack, you could write a HUD for that. You would need to get a list of all rings that you can possibly have, and then write a script that loops through that list and checks how many of them are currently visible in opened backpacks using itemcount().

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    itemid('life ring')

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    Code:
    print(itemid("life ring"))

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