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Old 09-17-2002, 03:43 AM   #587
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Ah, I get it now. It could work. The problem is that the Qpick button could only execute in one direction, either the next or the previous, but not both. You would need 2 Qpick buttons for that, one for next & one for previous. This is how it would look with only next (select), & Qpick:

// Player model and name selector - part 1
set model-1 "echo ^4Reborn ^4Acrobat; set execute-model vstr name-1; set select-model vstr model-2; set Qpick-model vstr name-2"
set model-2 "echo ^1Reborn ^1Boss; set execute-model vstr name-2; set select-model vstr model-3; set Qpick-model vstr name-3"
set model-3 "echo ^2Reborn ^2Fencer; set execute-model vstr name-3; set select-model vstr model-4; set Qpick-model vstr name-4"
set model-4 "echo ^3Reborn ^3Forceuser; set execute-model vstr name-4; set select-model vstr model-5; set Qpick-model vstr name-5"
set model-5 "echo ^6Reborn; set execute-model vstr name-5; set select-model vstr model-1; set Qpick-model vstr name-1"

bind F1 "vstr select-model"
bind F2 "vstr execute-model"
bind F3 "vstr Qpick-model"

// Player model and name selector - part 2
set name-1 "set model reborn/acrobat"
set name-2 "set model reborn/boss"
set name-3 "set model reborn/fencer"
set name-4 "set model reborn/forceuser"
set name-5 "set model reborn"



I haven't tested it but you get the idea. You could still have a previous function in here but the Qpick would only execute the next model. Here's how it would look though (I'm changing "select" to "next" to avoid confusion):

// Player model and name selector - part 1
set model-1 "echo ^4Reborn ^4Acrobat; set execute-model vstr name-1; set next-model vstr model-2; set previous-model vstr model-5; set Qpicknext-model vstr name-2"
set model-2 "echo ^1Reborn ^1Boss; set execute-model vstr name-2; set next-model vstr model-3; set previous-model vstr model-1; set Qpicknext-model vstr name-3"
set model-3 "echo ^2Reborn ^2Fencer; set execute-model vstr name-3; set next-model vstr model-4; set previous-model vstr model-2; set Qpicknext-model vstr name-4"
set model-4 "echo ^3Reborn ^3Forceuser; set execute-model vstr name-4; set next-model vstr model-5; set previous-model vstr model-3; set Qpicknext-model vstr name-5"
set model-5 "echo ^6Reborn; set execute-model vstr name-5; set next-model vstr model-1; set previous-model vstr model-4; set Qpicknext-model vstr name-1"

bind F1 "vstr next-model"
bind F2 "vstr previous-model"
bind F3 "vstr execute-model"
bind F4 "vstr Qpicknext-model"

// Player model and name selector - part 2
set name-1 "set model reborn/acrobat"
set name-2 "set model reborn/boss"
set name-3 "set model reborn/fencer"
set name-4 "set model reborn/forceuser"
set name-5 "set model reborn"



If you want 2 Qpick buttons (next/previous) it would look like this:

// Player model and name selector - part 1
set model-1 "echo ^4Reborn ^4Acrobat; set execute-model vstr name-1; set next-model vstr model-2; set previous-model vstr model-5; set Qpicknext-model vstr name-2; set Qpickprevious-model vstr name-5"
set model-2 "echo ^1Reborn ^1Boss; set execute-model vstr name-2; set next-model vstr model-3; set previous-model vstr model-1; set Qpicknext-model vstr name-3; set Qpickprevious-model vstr name-1"
set model-3 "echo ^2Reborn ^2Fencer; set execute-model vstr name-3; set next-model vstr model-4; set previous-model vstr model-2; set Qpicknext-model vstr name-4; set Qpickprevious-model vstr name-2"
set model-4 "echo ^3Reborn ^3Forceuser; set execute-model vstr name-4; set next-model vstr model-5; set previous-model vstr model-3; set Qpicknext-model vstr name-5; set Qpickprevious-model vstr name-3"
set model-5 "echo ^6Reborn; set execute-model vstr name-5; set next-model vstr model-1; set previous-model vstr model-4; set Qpicknext-model vstr name-1; set Qpickprevious-model vstr name-4"

bind F1 "vstr next-model"
bind F2 "vstr previous-model"
bind F3 "vstr execute-model"
bind F4 "vstr Qpicknext-model"
bind F5 "vstr Qpickprevious-model"

// Player model and name selector - part 2
set name-1 "set model reborn/acrobat"
set name-2 "set model reborn/boss"
set name-3 "set model reborn/fencer"
set name-4 "set model reborn/forceuser"
set name-5 "set model reborn"

Try those out & see if they work. If I screwed up let me know & I'll try em out.

Last edited by ToppDog; 09-17-2002 at 04:18 AM.
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