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if_player_is_targeting

Page history last edited by Dave Thaler 7 months, 1 week ago

The if_player_is_targeting mission scripting condition tests if the weapons officer on a player ship has a lock on the named object.

 

Attribute

Valid Values

Optional?

Description

player_name text Optional.  Use at most one of the following: player_name, player_slot, OR use_gm_selection. If all three are absent, the ship in player slot 0 is tested.  The name of the player ship to test.  If no ship exists with the indicated name, the ship in player slot 0 is tested.  This attribute was added in Artemis v2.4.
player_slot 0-7  (corresponds to the 8 player ships allowed in the game) The ship number of the player ship to test. This attribute was added in Artemis v2.7.5.
use_gm_selection anything Use this attribute to use the game master's selected player ship. (This will fail if the selected object isn't a player ship.)  This attribute was added in Artemis v2.7.5.
name text You only need to use one, either name, OR target_slot.
The name of the target. 
target_slot 0-7  (corresponds to the 8 player ships allowed in the game) The player ship slot of the target.  This attribute was added in Artemis v2.7.5.

 

To force testing a specific player ship that might or might not exist, this command must be paired with if_exists.  For example:


<if_exists name="Intrepid" />

<if_player_is_targeting player_name="Intrepid" name="X01" />

 

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