SetElementInterior

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This function allows you to set the interior of any element. An interior is the current loaded place, 0 being outside.

[[{{{image}}}|link=]] Note: If passing the same interior as the element is in, the call will be ignored and position (optional arguments) will not be set either. Use setElementPosition separately to be sure the position will be set.

Syntax

bool setElementInterior ( element theElement, int interior [, float x, float y, float z] )

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Method: element:setInterior(...)
Variable: .interior
Counterpart: getElementInterior

Required Arguments

  • theElement: The element in which you'd like to set the interior of.
  • interior: The interior you want to set the element to. Valid values are 0 to 255.

Optional Arguments

NOTE: When using optional arguments, you might need to supply all arguments before the one you wish to use. For more information on optional arguments, see optional arguments.

  • x: A floating point number representing the X coordinate on the map.
  • y: A floating point number representing the Y coordinate on the map.
  • z: A floating point number representing the Z coordinate on the map.

Returns

Returns true if theElement and interior are valid arguments, false otherwise.

Example

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Server

In this example, if a player were to type /interior 1, they would be teleported into this interior

function interior ( source, commandName, interior )
  --Let's see if they gave an interior ID
  if ( interior ) then
    --They did, so lets assign them to that interior and teleport them there (all in 1 function call!)
    setElementInterior ( source, interior, 2233.91, 1714.73, 1011.38 )
  else
    --They didn't give one, so set them to the interior they wanted, but don't teleport them.
    setElementInterior ( source, 0 )
  end
end
addCommandHandler ( "interior", interior )
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Client

In this example, if a player were to type /interior 1, they would be teleported into this interior

function interior ( commandName, interior )
  --Let's see if they gave a interior ID
  if ( interior ) then
    --They did, so let's assign them to that interior and teleport them there (all in 1 function call!)
    setElementInterior ( localPlayer, interior, 2233.91, 1714.73, 1011.38 )
  else
    --They didn't give one, so set them to the interior they wanted, but don't teleport them.
    setElementInterior ( localPlayer, 0 )
  end
end
addCommandHandler ( "interior", interior )

See Also