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Valid parameters for a link are:
 
Valid parameters for a link are:
 
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;from: From what [[Teleporter|teleporters]]
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;to: To what [[Teleporter|teleporters]]
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In either of the from/to parameters, "*" or "?" can be used to make multiple matches. To specify which side of the teleporter you are linking you can use the ":f" (forward) or ":b" (backward) after the name of the teleporter. Ex: tele:f
 
In either of the from/to parameters, "*" or "?" can be used to make multiple matches. To specify which side of the teleporter you are linking you can use the ":f" (forward) or ":b" (backward) after the name of the teleporter. Ex: tele:f

Revision as of 03:16, 3 December 2016

A Link is a BZW object which creates a link (route) between two teleporters.

Links go in hand with teleporters.

Code

 link 
   name example_link
   from * 
   to * 
 end

Valid parameters for a link are:

Parameter Description
from From what teleporters.
to To what teleporters.

In either of the from/to parameters, "*" or "?" can be used to make multiple matches. To specify which side of the teleporter you are linking you can use the ":f" (forward) or ":b" (backward) after the name of the teleporter. Ex: tele:f

Links for groups

Links for Teleporter done inside a define are done by naming your group.


define blah


teleporter tele
position 0 0 0
size .125 10 10
border 1.5
end

enddef #blah


group blah
name green #important part
shift 200 200 0
end

group blah
name red  #important part
shift -200 -200 0
end

link 
from green:tele:*
to red:tele:*
end

link
from red:tele:*
to green:tele:*
end 


Your group must have a name as a reference.

History

Editor Support

The link object is supported by all known editors.