SceneSys is a scene scheduling, tracking, and logging tool that works alongside Transformers: The Dark Eras's Wiki. The original version was designed by Mercutio @ M*U*S*H and some of his code remains - credits are due.
+scene/setup - Get your own unique Char_id. +scene/charid - Show your own unique Char_id. Char_id is used by the wiki log viewer and must be on your character's wiki page.
These commands are for anyone who wants to start and manage a scene.
+scene/create <title text> - Begins a new scene. +scene/loudcreate <title text> - Like /create but announces it on the RP channel. +scene/title <id>=<text> - Changes a scene's title. +scene/desc <id>=<text> - Gives a scene a description/short summary. +scene/plot <id>=<plot id> - Links a scene to a plot, if you own the scene or run the plot. Set plot to 0 to remove it from any plots. +scene/finish [<id>] - Finishes a scene. ID will be current scene if not specified. +scene/pause [<id>] - Pauses a scene. ID will be current scene if not specified. +scene/continue [<id>] - Resumes a scene that was paused or finished. ID will be current scene if not specified. +scene/move <id> - Relocate a scene to your current location, including virtual room locations.
+scene/join [<id>] - Joins a scene. Your poses will then be recorded. ID is unnecessary if the scene just began in your current location. +scene/leave - Stops your poses from being logged. +scene/undo - Marks your last post to be ignored by the logger so it won't make it to the wiki. Used to fix poses made in error, typos, etc. +scene/recall <id>=<# of poses> - Displays previous recorded poses from a scene. Note: If you do not specify the number of poses to recall, the system will default to 15 poses. may specify the number of lines if you wish to recall more or less than the default. +scene/spoof <altname> - Record poses as one of your alts. The character must be on your same account and must be setup for scenesys. This will NOT respect hidden alts settings and will NOT be mirrored properly in +pot which will still see you as you. All recorded poses will be as the given alt. use this command with no arguments to clear spoof settings. To be recorded, you must be joined to a scene and A) Your pose must be in the location the scene is set to, B) Your pose must be at least ten words long. C) The scene must be not be paused or finished.
+scene - Displays all scenes you are currently participating in or running that aren't finished. +scene/old - Show all of the finished scenes you've been in or run. +scene <id> - Show details of a particular scene. +scene/who [<id>] - Quick listing of who has this scene as their active scene.
+plot - Show all current plots. +plot/all - Show all plots in the system. +plot <id> - Show a plot's details.
These commands are for anyone who wants to schedule and manage a scene.
+schedule/add - Schedules a scene. <time> must be in a format accepted by the convtime() function, and is from the perspective of your +tz setting. As an example, now would be: Sep 18 04:28. It will default to the current year if none is provided. +schedule/reschedule <id>=<time> - Changes a scene's scheduled time. <time> is same as adding. +schedule/delete <id> - Remove a scheduled scene. +schedule/title <id>=<text> - Changes a Scheduled scene's title. +schedule/desc <id>=<text> - Changes a scheduled scene's description/short summary. +schedule/plot <id>=<plot id> - Links a scene to a plot. Set plot to 0 to remove it from any plots. +schedule/mail <id>=<message> - @mails all who have tagged a scene. Note: This command will automatically put the schedule ID in the subject line. +schedule/invite <id> - Automatically sends out summon requests to taggers. All changes made to the +schedule data will be reflected in the announcement post automatically. Deleting the scene will also delete the respective post.
+schedule - Views a list of scheduled scenes. This uses your +tz settings to show them in your own Timezone. A red * means you tagged the scene. If you own the scene, the displayed number shows number of taggers. +schedule <id> - View details about a scheduled Scene. If you're the owner, it also shows players who've tagged your scene. +schedule/tag <id> - 'Tag' a scene to show your interest. +schedule/untag <id> - Remove your tag from a scene.
Usage: +summary <message>
Displays <message> in highlights along with your name and a note that it's a summary. This is to summarize long poses for use by both your fellow players as well as your game master (if the scene has a game master), in order to better help have an idea of what's going on. It's use in large scenes is STRONGLY encouraged. It's also used to keep track of who's posed in a given pose round, if a scene is using pose rounds.
Note that <message> is meant to be short and very to the point. It shouldn't be more than two or three lines. The command will refuse to display messages that are over a certain limit.
+flip - Flip a coin!
+pot, or Pose Tracker, is a system that stores poses within the room for easy retrieval for review. Sometimes, poses are lost in spam or scroll, or a player enters late and needs to see what's going on, or was disconnected when someone else posed, and that's what this system's here to aid with.
+pot - Show either +pot/list or +pot/brief, depending on /mode. (See below.) +pot/list - show the last 15 (or set max) poses. +pot/list <number> - Show a specified amount of poses. +pot/max <number> - Set a new default number of poses to show. +pot/brief - Show when people last posed and their last +summary made after that pose if they have one. +pot/mode - Change the behavior of +pot. By default, +pot uses +pot/list display style. Change mode and it will use +pot/brief instead. +pot/toggle - THINGS used as rooms WILL support +pot if they are within an IC room. Object owners can use +pot/toggle to switch off recording. It can also enable recording in areas that are normally OOC.
+dice <X>d<Y> - Where X is the number of dice to roll, and Y is the number of sides on each die. The command will display the result for each die rolled, then add all numbers rolled to determine the final value. For example: +dice 2d10 will roll 2 10-sided dice.
Voting commands are as follows:
+vote <sceneID>/<player> - Votes for a targeted player registered to the specified sceneID. +vote/all <sceneID> - Votes for everyone registered to the specified sceneID, as long as they qualify. +wvote <player> - Grants a WizVote to the targeted player. Usable only by wiz-flagged characters.