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A flag to indicate whether we backtracks are removed during mapping


boolean RemoveMapReverses;

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This property controls whether backtracks are removed from the auto-mapper as you walk around.

VBscript example

world.note world.RemoveMapReverses

Jscript example


PerlScript example

$world->note ($world->{RemoveMapReverses});

Python example


Lua example

Note(GetRemoveMapReverses ())

Lua notes

Lua implements this as two functions:

GetRemoveMapReverses - gets the 'remove map reverses' flag
SetRemoveMapReverses - sets the 'remove map reverses' flag

Return value

TRUE if backtracks are removed
FALSE if backtracks are NOT removed

Note: TRUE is a non-zero value, FALSE is the value 0.

See Also ...


Speed walking


(AddMapperComment) Adds a comment to the auto-map sequence
(AddToMapper) Adds a mapping direction to the auto-map sequence
(DeleteAllMapItems) Deletes the all items from the auto-mapper sequence.
(DeleteLastMapItem) Deletes the most recently-added item from the auto-mapper sequence.
(EnableMapping) Enables or disables the auto-mapper
(GetMappingCount) Gets a count of the number of items in the auto-map sequence
(GetMappingItem) Gets one item from the auto-map sequence
(GetMappingString) Returns the speedwalk string generated by the auto-mapper.
(Mapping) A flag to indicate whether we are mapping the world

(Help topic: function=RemoveMapReverses)

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