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Why are pet commands different?

Discussion in 'UO Developer Feed' started by UODevTracker, Mar 15, 2010.

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    It's actually the names of your pets followed by the command:
    [Pet name 1] [Pet name 2] follow me

    In the example you gave, the first "follow me" will be ignored.

    As for why this does not work in the Enhanced Client, it's a bug that we'll have to look into.

    If you have no preference for which pet you want to give the command to and want to apply it to all pets, you can use "all" instead of the pet names. This will currently work for both clients. For example:
    all follow me

    We'll have to look into this as well. It sounds like it's exactly because of the reason you suspected.
     
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