SlashCommand is an addon very similar to DynamicCommands. It allows for the creation of user-specified slash-commands that will execute arbitrary commands. One feature that it has beyond DynamicCommands is the ability to do multiple command parsing (much like /script); multiple messages (separated by a semicolon & a forward slash) will be executed as individual commands. It also supports the commandline args %1, %2, etc that DynamicCommands does. It has 3 slash-commands, /slashadd, /slashdel, /slashreplace, and a /slashprint to view your current commands.
* /slashadd: usage: /slashadd cmdname text (i.e. /slashadd murloc /say MMMBLIMBLIMBLIMBLIBMLIBMMM!) * /slashdel: usage: /slashdel cmdname * /slashreplace: usage: /slashreplace cmdname text * /slashprint: usage: /slashprint * /slashedit: usage: /slashedit cmdname * /slashalias: Not yet implemented
Known Bugs (1.12.0): None
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