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Discussion in 'UHall' started by S_S, Sep 10, 2014.
An afk'r I kill often said this (the yellow words) when I revealed her....wtheck is it?
Those sound like UO Automap commands to indicate and turn off panic.
Yeah... I'm guessing one char farming away but logged into MAP so that the same person or guildmates would noticed it while playing on other characters..... Have you ever attacked and had others show up to kill you very fast?
I've never used that feature.
I guess the moral of the story is to keep ur eyes open after killing scripters.
Bots now come with pack instincts after the version 3.0 rollout and patch. Great!
Could be a failed or miscoded script in the EC using Pinco's. When your health gets low in Pinco's you get a rather large gump pop up. That person may have tried to remove the script and left a line of code that speaks by accident.
So much of Pinco's now is what I'd consider bloatware, meaning its just not necessary. In trying to cater to everyone's wishes, I think he's just added too much and is actually starting to slow down the UI. Just my 2 cents. I still love his work and dedication.
EDIT: NM, I missed the 1st "-panic" message on your journal and just saw the "-unpanic". Messages like that would never show up using Pinco's.
These are the only UOAssist commands. I do not see this one on the list. I think it's an "illegal third party program" command line that is messed up in the mining script.
They may not be in the list, but they're part of UOAM. I never used the panic feature and didn't know all these years that they were dash commands.
hmm - looks like it's been there since day 1 - hehe
LOL? She still died.
I know about 'panic', it's a perfectly legit feature of uoam when used as intended. It was used a lot by the less proficient pvpers on Europa, accusations of using it featured quite a bit in trash talk. Only any good when you're in a map with someone else of course. Hit panic and all your guild rallied to your side to take on whoever was attacking you.
Barian and I used to use it to notify each other we'd found a paragon when we used to hunt in Ilsh together, which is not quite 'as intended', but still a legit use. We'd split up to take on regular daemons and get together to tackle the paragons. Daemons used to be harder back then. It flashes a dot on the map screen where the panicked player is so that you can find him/her.