Quotes in emotes now subject to language system

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Quotes in emotes now subject to language system

Post by Rias » Tue Feb 26, 2019 8:36 am

As the subject says: Quotes in emotes are now subject to language system. So if you're one of those who enjoys mixing speech into emotes, no more worries that that's going to bypass the language system. Huzzah!

It should be noted that this only applies to double quotes. So if you need to put something in quotes that isn't verbal speech, do single quotes. Example: emote gives you a look as if to say, 'Really?'
An assistant introduces a lanky brooding-eyed woman with tan skin to you as Karen and assigns you to treat her wounds.
>tend karen
You try to tend to Karen, but she is too hysterical to accept treatment!

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