1. I was messing with the "CHAT_MSG_SAY" event, and the variables weren't exactly what they were told to be(link to page on it).



    Did they update how this event works? Or was I mistaken on something?

    This is what I got for the variables (I did very little testing, so more testing is needed):

    CHAT_MSG_SAY(event, message, author, language, nothing, author2, nothing2, zero1, zero2, nothing3, zero3, counter)

    event = CHAT_MSG_SAY

    message = the message that was said

    author = the author of the message

    language = the language it was spoken in

    nothing = ? (was nothing)

    author2 = author? (it was my chars name again)

    nothing2 = ? (was nothing)

    zero1 = 0? (was a 0)

    zero2 = 0? (was a 0)

    nothing3 = ? (was nothing)

    zero3 = 0? (was a 0)

    counter = appears to be the counter as mentioned on the previous page

    event = CHAT_MSG_SAY

    message = the message that was said

    author = the author of the message

    language = the language it was spoken in

    nothing = ? (was nothing)

    author2 = author? (it was my chars name again)

    nothing2 = ? (was nothing)

    zero1 = 0? (was a 0)

    zero2 = 0? (was a 0)

    nothing3 = ? (was nothing)

    zero3 = 0? (was a 0)

    counter = appears to be the counter as mentioned on the previous page

    How is this any different from what the documentation page shows?  The event is always the first argument and thus isn't listed in the "arguments".  Every OnEvent handler gets self (the frame) and event (the name of the event), followed by a list of arguments.

    Everything else matches up directly, so perhaps I'm confused about what is "wrong" or "different".  Could you please clarify?