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    Post Request: Action to use Mount!

    Hello,
    I'm learning how to make some scripts and I really don't know on where to start, so I'm just getting some done scripts here and trying to change them.

    So that's my request:
    I need to know how to do an action to mount and dismount and if you could help me a little more, I would like to know if you can give some tips/tutorials to start doing my own scripts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ropiderz View Post
    It's not possible to mount using actions and functions, however the cavebot engine have an option to do it:

    To turn it on:

    setsettings("Settings\\CaveBot\\Settings\\AutoMount", "yes")


    To turn it off:

    setsettings("Settings\\CaveBot\\Settings\\AutoMount", "on")

    And there's also a function that returns true if you are mounting or not. Here it goes:

    mount()

    Take a look on tutorials section > [iBot] Variables and Functions, to learn what functions you can use. And if you are interested take a look on http://www.lua.org/manual/5.1/manual.html#2 to learn Lua based actions.
    Ok, but, is there any option to put where to mount and where to dismount? Like, going to hunt it mounts and coming to dp it dismounts?
    Last edited by Ravel; 05-31-2013 at 04:00 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ropiderz View Post
    If AutoMount is enabled it'll mount everywhere it can do, otherwise it'll not mount. You can change this settings by creating an action and putting that 2 setsettings functions I've told before.
    Oh, thank you! =D I'll rep you!

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