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How do I make a pawn drop the flag in CTF?

Discussion in 'Ask a Coder' started by Psycho_Leech, Nov 18, 2001.

  1. Psycho_Leech

    Psycho_Leech Hug meh

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    Does anybody know?
     
  2. Smoke39

    Smoke39 whatever

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    Perhaps the translocator code has it?
     
  3. Wormbo

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    It's done with the Drop() function of CTFFlag.
    The Translocator checks the AllowTranslocation() function of the current GameInfo. In CTF this function calls CTFFlag.Drop() if the pawn has the flag.
     
  4. Psycho_Leech

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    Aha!

    Well, I took the AllowTranslocation() code out so you can telezip with the translocator disabled.
    What does "I am the Alpha and the Omega" actually mean?
     
  5. Wormbo

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    Not know.
    Alpha is the first letter of the greek alphabet and omega is the last on. Maybe it means "I rule from the beginning and I'll be your end.":D
     
  6. Psycho_Leech

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    Or simply

    Or simply "I am the begining and the end"
    Or simply saying something without having a clue what it means, but it sounds good.
     
  7. Postal

    Postal I apear to have lost my pin.

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    "I am the alpha and the omega"

    quote from the bible
    guess who said it.
     
  8. Smoke39

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    Eh... A guy named Björn?
     
  9. Psycho_Leech

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    I know!

    Xan
     
  10. Smoke39

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    Jörg?
     
  11. Wormbo

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    Witness Jörg's perfection! :D
     
  12. Smoke39

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    ö is fun to say.
     
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    How do you pronounce it?
     
  14. Smoke39

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    How do you explain how to pronounce things? It's sorta like the "oo" of "good" or "wood." It's kinda different in Björn and Jörg, though, cuz of the "j" (a "y" sound) and "r" (sorta a mix of "r" and "g"). Schlagzeug is fun, too.

    We WoD people are the masters of off topicness.
     
  15. Wormbo

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    Schlagzeug! :rolleyes: What's so funny about Schlagzeug?
    [Shlugsoyk] :D (the "U" should be pronounced like in "but")

    ...hey, you were right. It IS funny! :)
     
  16. Smoke39

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    Actualy, it would be like the "o" in "fog." And the "g" is pronounce as a regular "g," as in "good." And the "z" would be pronounced "ts," like in "bits."
    ü is fun, too. :)
    Günther.
    Please don't make me explain how to say ü or Günther...
     
  17. Wormbo

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    please do it

    The people have a right to know it. ;) :rolleyes:
     
  18. Smoke39

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    Fine....
    ü is sorta like saying "u" (like the "oo" in "food") and the "e" in "me" at the same time. Sorta shape your lips like the "u" but your tongue like the "e." That's tthe best I can explain it. Also, the "h" in "th" in German is silent. There is no "th" sound in German like Enlgish. There is "sh" and "ch" though: "sch" and "tsch." They both made more sense than the English spellings, considering the way "ch" is pronounced in German, which also makes more sense than the English pronounciation of "ch." Eh, yeah. Why exactly am I telling you this again?
     
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    Hmm... because it's off topic?

    Who started by saying Björn, anyway?
     
  20. Psycho_Leech

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    Hmmm...

    Smoke started this, we don't really need to go on-topic again 'cos we know all we needed to find out on this post.
    I have no idea why you are telling us this.
     

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