ConfigKeyNot

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ConfigKeyNot
  • Description: Checks if the at least one of the config key pairs doesn't match their desired value.
Syntax:
ConfigKeyNot <comma separated list of pairs of config key and value>
Config key and config value can be variables. (as in ConfigKeyNot attackAuto $myattack or ConfigKeyNot $vars{atk} 2)
Example:
ConfigKeyNot $vars{atk} 2
ConfigKeyNot itemsTakeAuto 1, attackAuto 2
Set variables:
$.ConfigKeyNotLastKey => Saves the key of the last config key that made ConfigKeyNot become true
$.ConfigKeyNotLastWantedValue => Saves the desired value specified in the condifion of the last config key that made ConfigKeyNot become true
$.ConfigKeyNotLastKeyValue => Saves the value of the last config key that made ConfigKeyNot become true
$.ConfigKeyNotLastMemberIndex => Saves the list index in condition list that made ConfigKeyNot become true
Note: Good to be sure your keys are the way you want, example below.
automacro ConfigWasWrong {
    exclusive 1
    timeout 10
    overrideAI 1
    ConfigKeyNot itemsTakeAuto 2, attackAuto 2
    call {
        log There is a config key with the wrong configuration
        log The key is $.ConfigKeyNotLastKey
        log The wanted value is $.ConfigKeyNotLastWantedValue
        log The current key Value is $.ConfigKeyNotLastKeyValue
        log The Index is $.ConfigKeyNotLastMemberIndex
        log Changing value of key $.ConfigKeyNotLastKey from $.ConfigKeyNotLastKeyValue to $.ConfigKeyNotLastWantedValue
        do conf $.ConfigKeyNotLastKey $.ConfigKeyNotLastWantedValue
    }
}

This macro will make sure all config keys specified in ConfigKeyNot have the desired value.