Surprised no one else has written about this, but why is smirk back ahead
of smile again in the social priority list? I thought we were already
through that once and the "smirk" version of the say command was added to
fix it. It's not a major problem of course but it is mildly annoying.
Wednesday, October 14, 04:26AM
Yes, I hate to think how many newbies have been taken aback by
being smirked at instead of smiled at :P
Wednesday, October 14, 07:03AM
Yes, I remember this happening the last time as well. Unnerving to find
myself smirking at everyone.
Wednesday, October 14, 10:04AM
A really simple solution to this problem is to just type
smile instead of sm/smi. Same goes for bat/bounce, and
all the other ones that got screwed up. Oh, yes, don't forget
stat/statement. You adapted to those, you can adapt to these.
Wednesday, October 14, 10:42AM
It's fixed in the code and should go in with the next code update.
Sorry for the inconvenience.