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Hey, just a suggestion:

Changing the !gps command from the current:
".gps <Forward, Backwards, Left, Right> <Value>"
Back to how it's always been since Deramyr's ExtendGPS addon:
"!gps <Value> <Forwards, Backwards, Left, Right>
It's a mindfuck to have to reverse a command I've been using for years.
I've also noticed I'm not the only one stumbling over this so I'd like to see the command put back the way it has been since ExtendGPS.

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I personally don't mind the command change - I've gotten used to it over the last month, and it's fine. However, I do think that Deramyr said that it could be done with an addon, and I'd think such a thing might appear in the official Epsilon addons? No quote me on that, just speculation, as I'd hope that's how it would occur.


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The old way goes against every command principle ever.

The argument to your command is always after the command.

It makes sense the more you use the new way.

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On 9/4/2017 at 8:26 PM, Michael said:

The old way goes against every command principle ever.

The argument to your command is always after the command.

It makes sense the more you use the new way.

While you're correct, and to me at this point, ".gps for 5" makes way more sense than ".gps 5 for", a simple chat handler to switch them if it finds the text right after ".gps" to be a number wouldn't be terrible, and solves the issue for people that like it that way more because they're already used to it.
 

I made this for the time being: 

@flames 

@Xeslite @Bastille (Tagging you guys since you seemed interested in having it the old way also)

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Like was mentioned, the solution is addons. Number before direction makes no sense and it's also messier to code as in the current method .gps <direction> are actually subcommands so .help gps shows you subcommands.


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