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Hacksaw

Joined: Mar 2006

posted: 03/30/2007 at 07:23 PM Post #1

I'm not sure how useful this point is so I'm going to throw it on here for your comments.  Say I write a script that calls CK's Planet Nego for example.  I run my script - it call's CK's - his runs - mine detects it's finished - my script finishes and ends.  If I want to run my script again - I can't use $SL because that will load CK's script.  If there is a perfectly good reason for this being the preferred method, I'm cool with that.  But if $SL would ignore scripts loaded by other scripts, I feel that's a positive improvement.  Comments?
Dnyarri


Joined: Jun 2005

posted: 03/30/2007 at 07:31 PM Post #2

I'm sure there are reasons, but yea it's a bit irritating at times. An easy work-around is simple to create your own var, say... $last_script_loaded and set it the scripts you want to load. You can then make a script that loads that script and assign it to a hotkey.

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Hacksaw

Joined: Mar 2006

posted: 04/01/2007 at 01:59 PM Post #3

Thanks for the work around - I hadn't given it much thought beyond "grr....wonder why....."
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