bool ACS_NamedLockedExecuteDoor (string script, int map, int s_arg1, int s_arg2, int lock)
ACS_NamedLockedExecuteDoor (string script, int map, int s_arg1, int s_arg2, int lock)
However, it is not available as an action special: to call named scripts from a a line or thing special, you have to use the non-named variant (ACS_LockedExecuteDoor) in UDMF, with the arg0str custom argument set to the name of the script — this will override the first parameter.
- script: Name of the script to execute
- map: Map which contains the script
- s_arg1: First argument passed to the script
- s_arg2: Second argument passed to the script
- lock: Required key, if any (see key types)
Returns true if the script could be executed successfully, false otherwise. Deferred scripts are always considered successful.
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