/nav target distance=30. The following options have been added:
/mapclick left ctrl+shift /nav locxy %x %yand then ctrl+shift+leftclick anywhere on the map to go there.
Read the rest of this update entry...This is a minor update to the 1.3.0 Beta release of MQ2Nav
See the beta 2 update notes. Since "spawn" option takes a variable number of string parameters, you need to use | to separate, so /nav spawn franklin teek |distance=30I'm apparently illiterate, but I'm able to CTD trying to follow the new nav directions. I plead ignorance of the appropriate syntax however, and that may be my issue here. I've not utilized nav as a direct command much at all.
I targeted a far away pc and typed /nav target distance=30 <-Exactly that way, word for word, and it gave me a CTD. Didn't send it to Mule, but thought I'd let you know.
The reason I did this is because I'm trying to figure out how to nav to a target, but almost every nav command I enter is giving me an "invalid nav destination"
I was trying to get the right syntax to nav to one of my alts with a stand-off, or to franklin teek for instance. I tried this:
/nav spawn npc franklin teek distance=30
/nav franklin teek distance=30
/nav 'franklin teek distance=30'
/nav "franklin teek distance=30"
/nav "franklin teek" distance=30
none of those worked, and several other versions I tried as well I think.
/nav spawn franklin teek does work
as does the same when naving to my alt as above, but not with a distance command at the end. As a matter of fact none of the "Navigation Options" are accepted if put at the end of the nav command. So, perhaps I'm using them wrongly? I cannot find other directions on the original or current discussion to show me an alternate method however.
Read the rest of this update entry...1.3.0 beta 3
This is a minor update to the 1.3.0 Beta release of MQ2Nav
- Added command to change option defaults (#58)
- /nav setopt [options] will set option defaults that other navigation commands will use.
- /nav setopt dist=30 will set the default distance to 30
- /nav setopt log=off will turn logging off
- Option defaults can be reset with /nav...
Read the rest of this update entry...The MQ2Nav beta is over, 1.3.0 is now stable enough for release! Please check out the main MQ2Nav resource here: