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    on hotkeys #s exura

    what it do when we write before spell #s ?

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    The spells doesn't show on NPC chat/Private chats

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    why ibot it dont use always it spam a lot on pm ;(

    if i change it on my tibia client hotkeys (put before #s) i will be banned haha

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    Why would ibot need it?

    There are 2 ways:

    1st way: Talk in default before starting to hunt so the last chat isnt NPC
    2nd way: Put #s on tibia hotkeys. This isn't bannable. I've done it in the past

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    Quote Originally Posted by BUgWT View Post
    Why would ibot need it?

    There are 2 ways:

    1st way: Talk in default before starting to hunt so the last chat isnt NPC
    2nd way: Put #s on tibia hotkeys. This isn't bannable. I've done it in the past
    1st ur way, i dont understand complety haha
    2nd, if I put #s on my hotkeys bot will use it ? or it will work when i only click on hotkeys manually?

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    say(" ") --now u are in default, instead of a NPC chat or PM chat


    2. #s exura

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    bro, if i dont write in hotkey exura and bot in healing got exura he will write it, if i write #s it wont be the same thing as u see,

    still no idea what mean in 1st. xD

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    say(" ")

    This action means:
    The bot will go to default channel then type a ( ) (A SPACE)


    Also, alot of people use #s for their spells. Its normal!

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    I use "#b" before all spells since Neo times. iBOT deals with all of those prefixes.
    (๏̯͡๏ )

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    if i good know, ibot write spells self if they are NOT on hotkey stop! now if i write "#s exura" it WONT be same like "EXURA"

    hope u understand me


    btw so if i even put this fuckin #s will it not show these spells in priv chat?
    Last edited by Crimewave; 01-28-2013 at 02:55 PM.

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