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  • Simply Selecting an Item


    lobbyplox
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    Hi everyone, I have a quick question regarding a scripting function. I'm having trouble finding the function to select an item in your inventory? Could anyone help me out here?

     

    Thanks

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    getInventory().get("ItemName")
    or
    getInventory().get("ItemName").interact("Use");
    

    to add onto this there is also a useOn option:

     

    getInventory().get("Item").useOn("Item2");
    
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    Another question, related to this one:

     

    Is it a similiar command to interact with an NPC?

    I'm using

     

    NPC = getNpcs().closest(f-> f.getName().contains("npc name"));
    NPC.interact("Use");

     

    but am having trouble, could it be because they are out of vision? and if so How could I move nearby the NPC.

     

     

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    Another question, related to this one:

     

    Is it a similiar command to interact with an NPC?

    I'm using

     

    NPC = getNpcs().closest(f-> f.getName().contains("npc name"));

    NPC.interact("Use");

     

    but am having trouble, could it be because they are out of vision? and if so How could I move nearby the NPC.

    You need to null check the npc and check if the npc is on screen. If the npc is not on your screen you can grab the distance of the npc to determine whether you should turn your camera or walk to the NPC. To use an item on an npc you can use getInventory().get("Item").useOn(npc);. I suggest you learn some java (if you havn't already) and look at some open source scripts to get a better understanding on how to use the API, and how to form the logic of your script.

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    You need to null check the npc and check if the npc is on screen. If the npc is not on your screen you can grab the distance of the npc to determine whether you should turn your camera or walk to the NPC. To use an item on an npc you can use getInventory().get("Item").useOn(npc);. I suggest you learn some java (if you havn't already) and look at some open source scripts to get a better understanding on how to use the API, and how to form the logic of your script.

    Thanks. Yeah I've done a handful of C and C++ before, so I've ran into a little learning curve here. I appreciate your advice!

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