Many thanks to Mark Kolloros (a.k.a. Colourful) for pointing out a problem with the command_say() function, where a type exception could be triggered if an actor provided parameters to the say command which evaluated to an empty string. This is fixed in today’s release, along with some cleanup and a couple of additional improvements to command_say():

  • Now, instead of denying parameters which look like replacement macros, they are simply escaped before being processed.
  • If you want to avoid having the language fix-ups (capitalization, punctuation, typo corrections) applied, simply enclose your string in quotation marks.

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