Sending Messages to people in-game

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NibblerPup

Senior Member

09-02-2010

Hey all. If someone on your friendlist is in game, how do you send a message to them? I know it's possible 'cause my friend is always doing it to me, but he refuses to tell me how to do it. Do I just open a chat window and type normally or do I have to put in some sort of / code first?


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ChiefyZ

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Senior Member

09-02-2010

You mean the /r playername command? I thought that was broken. >.>

Unless you mean he was out of a game and talking to you from the pvp.net client, or...he was in a game at the same time as you. o.o


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NibblerPup

Senior Member

09-02-2010

He was out of game, I was in game.


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Perennial

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09-02-2010

????


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D0llSlght

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09-02-2010

if some one just talked to you, then /r and their name will automatically pops up
otherwise, it is /r playername chatmessage


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GBolt 0

Senior Member

09-02-2010

Yeah, once upon a time it used to work. When I was in-game, I just had to "/msg" a friend to chat. But after a while it started telling me that I wasn't connected to PVP.net so I gave up.


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Elan Tedronai

Senior Member

09-02-2010

To answer OP, yes, just open up a chat window with them and start typing normally. If they are in game they will get the message and can reply to you with /r


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Soochers88

Member

09-03-2011

I keep seeing people say "OP" in reference to people, what does this mean? I know that it means "overpowered" when referring to characters but I don't understand the way you are using it.


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Lucky Status

Senior Member

09-03-2011

/r


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Matthew21210

Senior Member

09-03-2011

Quote:
Originally Posted by Soochers88 View Post
I keep seeing people say "OP" in reference to people, what does this mean? I know that it means "overpowered" when referring to characters but I don't understand the way you are using it.
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