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Cursor  STAND (UP) while sitting on an object is wrong

Issue Type: Status: Priority: Date Submitted: Votes:
Bug Open Medium Tue 14th Jun 2016 6 votes Vote Up Vote Down
 
Found in version: Last Updated: Completed in version: Date Completed: Track Changes:
5.0.35.3 Tue 14th Jun 2016 Log In
 
LazzahTue 14th Jun 2016 09:14
(Not sure if this is a bug or an enhancement)

Currently, when the PC is sitting or lying on an object, if the player types STAND or STAND UP the library tasks execute the STAND ON CURRENT OBJECT task, so the PC will then be standing on whatever object they were sitting or lying on.

This is wrong. If a person is sitting in a chair and they stand (up) they will be standing on the floor.

I know we can alter the library tasks ourselves so that the player has to type STAND ON CHAIR in order to specifically do this, but I do think that the library tasks need to be altered so that this is standard.
 
ElliotMTue 14th Jun 2016 18:07
It would be good to see if what the default behavior is in other IF engines, though this change does sound like what might normally be expected to happen.
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