Category talk:Commands

Really strange Link[edit]

This is really strange, when I click on /breaklinkshell, I get sent to a forum where a guy is announcing his intent to leave a linkshell. Although mildly relevent, I seriously dowbt this is what is supposed to happen. If anyone could tell me why this is happening, Id appreciate it ~Andres

After trying a few random links, we seem to have even more issues, I have not tried them all since im busy, but these are confirmed to be wrong:

  • /?
  • /invite
  • /breaklinkshell
  • /amazed


This seems to be a limitation of code, much like with using "+" in a URL, we all know "/" has a special meaning. One of the wiki saave admins will have to see if there's a mediawiki workaround or something that can make those links work properly. Currently I think the only way to really get a command page is to search for it. --Chrisjander 00:19, 7 September 2006 (EDT)

Perhaps all of these should just be renamed deleting the "/" ? --Gahoo 17:57, 14 September 2006 (EDT)

Alternatively I notice that certain emotes are Emote/xxx. We could use Emote/xxx and Command/xxx. --Gahoo 17:58, 14 September 2006 (EDT)

Shouhldn't "sit" be considered an emote? Isn't toss an emote without movement? --Gahoo 18:30, 14 September 2006 (EDT)

OK. This has been revamped so at least the links work (except for /? which I can't access no matter what I do). The missing commands still need to be added of course. The short form redirects (i.e. /cm) don't work if you click on them, but I've left them in because if you search for "/cm" they work just fine. --Gahoo 11:09, 15 September 2006 (EDT)


The command /bell is not listed, yet it is listed if you type /? in game. does anyone know what it does? -- Thecharger 10:11, 18 February 2009 (UTC)

/Jobemote "Jobs" motion[edit]

Contrary to what is listed on the main page, this command does still produce the expected emote. It simply does not perform the emote without the associated emote's chat dialogue like other emotes followed by the word "motion" do. I am changing this on the main page. --Almont 03:27, December 11, 2010 (UTC)

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