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    I was updating my mcmonk script, and noticed that the code I'm using to select a dialogue option to gain access to the edgeville monestary was no longer working.


    I vaguely remeber there being 3 options in the second window, and now there's 2 (maybe there were always 2 i dont recall)


    either way, here is the use case:


    1. click on the ladder

    2. monk interrupts, space to continue to second dialogue pane. (this works with s.getDialogues().spaceToContinue())

    3. once on a screen where there are other options besides just continuing (second dialogue screen), I check 


    which incorrectly returns false, as the player is in a dialogue. I tried getDialogues().getOptions(), but am unable to loop through that array and log the options without getting an exception.

    here is the relevant code I'm using:

    if(s.getDialogues().canContinue()) {
    }else if(s.getDialogues().canEnterInput()){
        s.getDialogues().chooseOption("Well can I join your order?"); //or....
        s.getDialogues().chooseOption(1); //doesnt matter cus this if statement never validates to true.

    it should be noted that this dialogue doesn't get started by talking to an npc, rather by clicking on a ladder, which might effect things, idk.

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    27 minutes ago, Nuclear Nezz said:

    It hasn't been touched in a minute.

    I'd suggest using like getDialogues().getOptionIndex("your text") > 0

    thanks, got it working

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    getOptions() returns a string array of possible options. You could iterate through that to check if it exists, but i actually havent seen any errors thrown when I try to click an option that doesn't exist so I dont know if its necessary to check if it exists before clicking. Not sure though

    getOptionIndex(String) will return the index of an option based on the string


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