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Cursor  Option to chose if items in a container are counted as also being carried or not.

Issue Type: Status: Priority: Date Submitted: Votes:
Enhancement Open Low Tue 7th Feb 2017 2 votes Vote Up Vote Down
Found in version: Last Updated: Completed in version: Date Completed: Track Changes: Tue 7th Feb 2017 Log In
LazzahTue 7th Feb 2017 10:29
ADRIFT currently counts any item within a container that is being carried by the PC as also "being held" by the PC. So if you are carrying a bag in which there is a ball and you just type GET BALL, ADRIFT will respond with "You are already carrying the ball." Therefore you have to type GET BALL FROM BAG in order to get the ball.

I personally think this is wrong, but Campbell doesn't.

The incongruity is that if you are WEARING the bag (which I would count as also being "carried") and type GET BALL, this time the TAKE OBJECT FROM OBJECT (LAZY) task will execute and you can get the ball without typing GET BALL FROM BAG.

This doesn't make sense and is NOT right, despite what Campbell says. I would therefore like to propose a compromise and ask for an option that would allow the author to chose whether or not an object within a container that is being carried is regarded as being held.
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