I've been working on a replacement addon that does pathing. A consequence of my desire to 'walk' to a location also makes the script perfect for looping a path, i.e. scripting. I also added an easier way to make paths, mostly because I don't have a numberpad. Before I describe the detail, let me give the caveats:
- Most of what's in here had to be reverse engineered by looking at chupon's script and reading the webmud.js code so I took some guesses about how things work.
- I'm not a professional programmer so the code isn't super robust
- This is the initial release. I tested it, but you'll likely encounter bugs. Report them and I'll fix them.
Now, the good stuff, how does it work?
This script is primarily setup to allow a user to create paths between two points. It then lets them either walk the path (combat), run the path (no combat), and loop the path (scripting). All of the combat, resting, running when low, etc. is done by the AI (party run too). I'm simply receiving those messages and acting accordingly. There are two boxes you'll be immediately interested in. First, load paths, click this after you enable the addon to load all of your existing paths from local storage. Second, 'fine tune step delay'. This is very important. I set it for basically a medium encumbered player. If you're heavy, you'll probably want to set it to like 3000 or 4000. If you're lighter, you can play around with lowering it. Basically this is the amount of time the script waits until going to the next room. It needs some leeway to allow the AI to identify targets and engage so make sure you're conservative.
Other than that, it should be pretty straight forward. It will load all of the current paths you have in your local database (probably Harvester's or Chupon customs). I don't have any starter scripts, but it's pretty easy to add them. One final note, if you're going to use a looping path for scripting, just make sure your path ends in the same room you started from. Otherwise you'll end up somewhere random because it's just going to give the same directions over and over.
You load it the same way you loaded Chupon's: create a bookmark (doesn't mater to where) then right click that book mark, edit it, and insert the following text in the URL box:
The source link is to the path on my google drive. Feel free to open it directly and look at it. Enjoy, and sorry for ruining your Saturday looking for new scripting spots