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|ID||Category||Severity||Reproducibility||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0009206||[DCSS] Bug Report||major||always||2014-11-17 07:13||2015-04-10 02:49|
|Status||closed||Product Branch||0.16 ancient branch|
|Summary||0009206: 'G<' in Temple does nothing on keypress, yet causes autotravel upon exiting Temple|
Used to be that anywhere in Temple, using the autotravel command 'G<' ("go up the nearest stairs") would take you back to the Dungeon. Now it does nothing. However, when you exit Temple using another command -- 'GD' for "go to Dungeon" or '<' when standing on exit stairs -- you will autotravel up a level for each time you pressed 'G<' while in Temple. Turns are consumed and autotravel stops for normal interruptions.
I've reproduced this in Trunk Webtiles on both CBRO and CAO.
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|GD currently defaults to D:1. Are you sure that's not what it's doing?|
I didn't think of that (d'oh!) and yes, that is what's causing the autotravel -- though I was sure I had reproduced it by taking the Temple exit stairs manually (standing on them and pressing '<'), that does not seem to be the case.
The bug where 'G<' in Temple does nothing (well, it exits the 'G' menu with "Okay then.") is still there on CBRO, which is currently at version g566df74. However, it's gone on CAO in version g7c77ec3, so seems to have resolved itself with one of the intervening commits.
|2014-11-17 07:13||tedric||New Issue|
|2014-11-18 06:53||PleasingFungus||Note Added: 0027795|
|2014-11-18 07:24||tedric||Note Added: 0027798|
|2014-11-18 16:42||PleasingFungus||Status||new => resolved|
|2014-11-18 16:42||PleasingFungus||Fixed in Branch||=> 0.16 development branch|
|2014-11-18 16:42||PleasingFungus||Resolution||open => done|
|2014-11-18 16:42||PleasingFungus||Assigned To||=> PleasingFungus|
|2015-04-10 02:49||tedric||Status||resolved => closed|
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