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    Vogelbekdier
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    Simple question; Trying to make a fire making script that will relight the new log once chat contains the message "The fire catches and the logs begin to burn" however I can't figure out how to grab the text from my chatbox.

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    1 hour ago, Vogelbekdier said:

    Simple question; Trying to make a fire making script that will relight the new log once chat contains the message "The fire catches and the logs begin to burn" however I can't figure out how to grab the text from my chatbox.

    Hey @Vogelbekdier! You can achieve what you've set out to do using the "ChatListener" interface. Simply implement the ChatListener in your script and override the method you'd like to use. I've provided an example for you below.

    public class TestScript implements ChatListener {
        ... some code here ...
          
        @Override
        public void onGameMessage(Message message) {
            if (message.getMessage().contains("The fire catches and the logs begin to burn")) {
                shouldLightFire = true;
            }
        }
    }

    You can view all of the methods that can be overridden for ChatListener here: https://dreambot.org/javadocs/org/dreambot/api/script/listener/ChatListener.html

    You can view all of the information provided by a "Message" here: https://dreambot.org/javadocs/org/dreambot/api/wrappers/widgets/message/Message.html

    The different overrides are for the different types of message (game message, clan message, etc.). You can also use the catch-all "onMessage()" method.

    Hope that helps! Best of luck 🙂

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