Nofew

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  1. Are you using any mods? I can't reproduce this in a standard game.
  2. I'm running Windows. I thought of escaping them too, but the way it was working suggests that the quotes aren't at fault. Regardless, I tried it (with a string that doesn't contain a singular quote) and got this: c_announce(\"Let me see if this works now...\") [03:52:58]: ConsoleInput: "c_announce(\"Let" [03:52:58]: attempt to call a nil value [03:52:58]: ConsoleInput: "me" [03:52:58]: attempt to call a nil value [03:52:58]: ConsoleInput: "see" [03:52:58]: attempt to call a nil value [03:52:58]: ConsoleInput: "if" [03:52:58]: attempt to call a nil value [03:52:58]: ConsoleInput: "this" [03:52:58]: attempt to call a nil value [03:52:58]: ConsoleInput: "works" [03:52:58]: attempt to call a nil value [03:52:58]: ConsoleInput: "now...\")" [03:52:58]: attempt to call a nil value EDIT: The command: c_announce("Debugging...") works just fine! Maybe the thingy just hates spaces.. c_announce("Debugging...") [04:02:29]: ConsoleInput: "c_announce("Debugging...")" [04:02:29]: [Announcement] Debugging...
  3. I've got a vague notion that it might /need/ another parameter even if it never uses it. I think I've seen this error before for that reason, but can't remember where or how I got past it.. c_announce("Testing announcementstuffs, don't panic!") [03:33:29]: ConsoleInput: "c_announce("Testing" [03:33:29]: attempt to call a nil value [03:33:29]: ConsoleInput: "announcementstuffs," [03:33:29]: attempt to call a nil value [03:33:29]: ConsoleInput: "don't" [03:33:29]: attempt to call a nil value [03:33:29]: ConsoleInput: "panic!")" [03:33:29]: attempt to call a nil value
  4. Blargle-blah. c_announce doesn't work. It just says "attempt to call a nil value" a few times. I'm entering: c_announce("Testing, testing...") -- What am I doing wrong? c_announce("testing, testing..." 0) returns the same thing, as does inserting a comma in the appropriate spot. x.x
  5. ... I will be doing this from now on forever. Thank you. o_o. Why isn't this the default? Seriously. It should be the default. o_o.
  6. I'm interested in this too, but I'm pretty sure that both of us want to know how to do that without connecting to the server and instead use the shell that's running the server its self.