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Silver Monkey 2.7.01

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Downloads: 29
Change Set: 84625
Released: Jan 22, 2013
Updated: Jan 23, 2013 by Gerolkae
Dev status: Stable Help Icon

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Release Notes

+ Added Tutorial link to help menu
- Removed Custom Database tables
+ Added SQL Syntax usage for power users to make their own SQLite Tables
m Modified Furre SQLite Database lines to Support Number or Variable
- Removed Obsolete custom FurreTable Variable lines
m Overhauled FURRE Table lines They now use a Converter function so the name is always the Furcadia Shortname
m MS Engine- overhauled range conditions to work with undefined monkeyspeak variables
+ Added Auto Reconnect options
+ Added New Script file to New Bot creation

+ Extended Time library to include time subtraction
m MS Engine, overhauled the timers library
m MS Engine. Now supports DS Style "Or" Conditional Triggers

+ Added Monkey Speak Lines:
(5:126) count the number of characters in string variable %variable and put them into variable %Variable .
(5:125) count the number of lines in text file {...} and put it into variable %Variable .
(5:550) take variable %Variable , prepare it for a query, and put it in variable %Variable .
(5:551) execute SQLite Database query {...}
(5:552) retrieve field {...} from SQLite Database query and put it into variable %Variable .
(5:127) take variable %Variable and Convert it to Furcadia short name. (with out special Characters or spaces or pipe "|")
(5:32) set variable %Variable to current DateTime
(5:33) set variable %Variable to current Furcadia DateTime
(5:34) use variable %Variable as a DateTime string and subtract Date Time string {...} and put it into variable %Variable
(5:35) use variable %Variable as a DateTime string and subtract Date Time variable %Variable and put it into variable %Variable

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