Syntax: #ST {string} class id

Sets the definition used for the status line displayed beneath the output window. This line can contain variables which are expanded just before the status line is displayed. The status line is updated whenever a variable is changed. If all arguments are omitted it will display the status line definition to the screen. Items in seperate status definitions are concatenated with a space in between to form the total line. The status line supports displaying of MXP and %ansi, and will evalute and expand all functions.

Unlike other setting creation commands, the class argument must be present in order to give a status item an ID. You can use either

#status {value} ./ id

#status {value} "" id

to create a status item in the current class. The value argument must
be enclosed in braces for the command to recognise the class and id arguments.

STATUS examples

#ST {Gold: @gold Tank: @tank}
If the value of @gold is 1234 and the value of @tank is Zugg, then the text
Gold: 1234 Tank: Zugg
is displayed on the status line.

#ST {Room:%roomname() <color teal>Exits:</color>%expandlist(%roomexit(),", ")}
Display current room information from the automapper on the status line.

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