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skript world variables

Discussion in 'Skript' started by dudle, Jun 11, 2019.

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  1. dudle

    dudle Active Member

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    Is there a way to make location variables (which are set in a specific world) be saved and not reset if the world where the variable was set is unloaded or is removed?
     
  2. TPGamesNL

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    You can make 2 seperate variables: 1 with a vector with the x, y and z coordinate of the location. Another variable with the world, but as a string. Then you can use the location at expression to get the location whenever you need it
     
  3. safi009

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    Code (Text):
    1. command /setpos [<integer>]:
    2.     trigger:
    3.         if arg 1 is 1:
    4.             set {pos1} to location of player
    5.             stop
    6.         if arg 1 is 2:
    7.             set {pos2} to location of player
    8.             stop
    9.  
    10. command /tppos [<integer>]:
    11.     trigger:
    12.         if arg 1 is 1:
    13.             teleport player to {pos1}
    14.             stop
    15.         if arg 1 is 2:
    16.             teleport player to {pos2}
    17.             stop
     
  4. dudle

    dudle Active Member

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    thanks, i'll try that

    this won't really solve it I'm afraid because i use world names in the variables, but thank you anyways
     
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