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    Default fletching script help

    Can anyone please help me make this script complete crossbow bolts vs arrows? I messed with changing items in the code but I can't figure out how to remove the nocking portion(as bolts don't require them).

    https://pastebin.com/33Zy2V4H
    Last edited by wetsand; 09-30-2020 at 01:26 PM. Reason: I murdered the title. Fletching...

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    I wanna say if after this line:

    nocked = fletched = cut = whittled = false

    You add this line:

    nocked = true

    It should skip nocking.
    Last edited by Tgo01; 09-30-2020 at 01:43 PM.

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    Like this?

    nocked = fletched = cut = whittled = false
    nocked = true

    or

    nocked = fletched = cut = whittled = false nocked=true

    I tried both

    even did nocked = fletched = cut = whittled = false = nocked=true

    Still returning a false on nocking

    [crossbowboltstest]>cut #353645522 with #352949009
    You pare away the excess wood, taking care to keep the shaft straight. Looking over the shaft, you note numerous rough spots and an overall curvature that would probably look right on a strung bow.
    Roundtime: 31 sec.
    >
    [crossbowboltstest: shaft cutting success]
    >
    [crossbowboltstest]>cut nocks in #353645522 with #352949009
    Crossbow shafts do not require nocks.
    >
    [crossbowboltstest: unknown nock cutting result: false]
    [crossbowboltstest]>drop shaft
    You drop a single crossbow shaft.
    Last edited by wetsand; 09-30-2020 at 02:02 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wetsand View Post
    nocked = fletched = cut = whittled = false
    nocked = true
    This one

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    Okay after deleting and saving the nocked= true is working but now is hanging due to full hands.

    [crossbowboltstest: shaft cutting success]
    >
    [crossbowboltstest]>remove #352949005
    ...wait 1 seconds.
    >
    [crossbowboltstest]>remove #352949005
    You need a free hand for that.

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    After this line:

    echo "shaft cutting success"

    put this line:

    fput "put ##{Dagger.id} in ##{Fletchsack.id}"

    So it would look like:

    Code:
    echo "shaft cutting success"
    fput "put ##{Dagger.id} in ##{Fletchsack.id}"

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    Yay! I got it going, hopefully. Just needed a StoreTool() in the shaftcutting success def.

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    Thank you for the help.

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