Various module questions

  1. Is there a way to make an at-start counter immovable? I am using a counter as a, well, counter (for damage - all it is is a blank square with a text label in the middle tied to a Dynamic Property, a key to increment the value, and a key to decrement it), and I want it to stay in a particular spot in relation to the map.

  2. When using a TriggerAction that fires based on one property being equal to another, I have to specify it as “PropertyA=$PropertyB$”. Is this the way it is intended to work (as opposed to just “PropertyA=PropertyB”)? Presumably, it’s done this way on purpose so the right-hand value can be a constant (e.g. “PropertyA=Yes” means "if Property A is ‘Yes’ " as opposed to “if Property A equals Property Yes”).

  3. Is it possible to set a numeric valued Layer’s minimum or maximum value equal to a property? Whenever I try it, and then try to edit the Layer’s properties, the value is replaced with a number.

– Don

Use the ‘Does Not Stack’ trait with the 'move piece" option set to “Never”.

That is exactly right.

The left hand side is always evaluated as a property name, but also allows $…$ values to be used which allows you to use 1 level of indirection.

If row = 1 and col = 3 then


checks to see if the Value of a property names ‘cell-1-3’ is equal to ‘23’.

NOTE: This somewhat confusing and arbitrary evaluation pattern will be superceded in the future (3.3ish) and replaced with a consistent and fully featured language (Java) using Beanshell. Full backward-compatibility will be maintained, so any modules with existing $…$ property expressions will work unchanged.

I’m not sure I follow the question. Are you actually talking about a Dynamic Property with a numeric value, rather than the Layer trait? If so, the answer is No.

Something I plan to clean up in 3.2 is to make it clear which fields allow properties and which don’t. Those that allow properties will have a small Calculator icon next to them.


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That’s exactly what I meant.

– Don

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I believe we’ve been spammed.

So I shouldn’t respond?

I had a very insightful post already prepared.

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