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Small Issue w/ WPs
#1
This isn't a biggy, just a bit of a bother.

I use an alases file to import my WPs.

Now, while the format is 0,0,0, current set up only allows for X, Y. (you can put a 0 in the middle, so X, 0, Y works.)
But I'm having an issue with the name of the WP.

current format is:
/waypoint dathomir -2250 0 4870 \#804000Rancors;

But the name doesn't take. It just shows up as "New Waypoint".
Any ideas? (And I've tried ditching the color coding, made no difference.)

I've tried, /waypoint NAME planet, that didn't work, /way cord NAME, that didn't take.

I mean, I guess I could go back and rename each one after creation, but that's a bit of a pain and I know this should work.

Thoughts?

Thanks!
 
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#2
Hi, I've been using /way xcord ycord name_all_one_word and has been working well for a while... Somewhat related, the /waypoint comand works the easiest when targeting something, it creates a wp at the target location and copies their name.
 
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#3
(07-10-2017, 11:25 PM)Zasm Wrote: Hi, I've been using /way xcord ycord name_all_one_word and has been working well for a while... Somewhat related, the /waypoint comand works the easiest when targeting something, it creates a wp at the target location and copies their name.

Where do you stick the planet name?

Thanks!
 
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#4
Have to be on the planet. The way ive done it in the past is make planet specific waypoint macros, just travel to the planet and hit the macro.
 
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