Customisable Ejection Message (Wishlist)

Customisable Ejection Message // Wishlist

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gamer

May 16, 2001, 12:55pm
This would be a good one for AWCOM and its users.

Why not make it so that using the AW SDK you can make the Message Box thatp
ops up on ejection say somthing of your choice. That way AWCOM could program
the Customs Aide to give you a particular message for different offenses.
Also in paintball worlds it could say "You have been shot" or somthing
rather than you have been ejected, becuase for those of you that wandered
un-knowing out of GZ in a paintball world I'm sure you were a little
bewildered when you were ejected for no reason...

I know that AWCOM take absolutely no notice of the suggestions made here,
becuase that would actully require the to do some 'work' which I know they
try to keep to a minimum...hehe, It's True, It's True...

-Gamer

john viper

May 16, 2001, 9:06pm
> Why not make it so that using the AW SDK you can make the Message Box
> thatp ops up on ejection say somthing of your choice. That way AWCOM
> could program the Customs Aide to give you a particular message for
> different offenses. Also in paintball worlds it could say "You have
> been shot" or somthing rather than you have been ejected, becuase for
> those of you that wandered un-knowing out of GZ in a paintball world
> I'm sure you were a little bewildered when you were ejected for no
> reason...

Or, even more useful, for when some people are ejected and claim to have had
no warning, it could give a message, "You have been ejected for excessive
use of foul language" or something like that.

_____________________________
John Viper
jviper at jtsoft.net
http://www.jtsoft.net

m a k a v e l i

May 17, 2001, 12:12am
Why only be able to use that feature with a bot? In the ejection field of
the Ejection popup box, there should be a text box that allows users to add
an ejection message to it, if it is left blank, use the default.

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