ChatBlade How To Documentation
How To Configure ChatBlade for either Multi-Word or Single Word Character Names

Related ChatBlade Classes and functions:  
    CBConstants.h
    
    

 
Summary:  
  Jump to section   #Define CB_CHARACTER_NAME_DELIMITER as either a Space or a Comma to support Single Word, or Multi Word Character names respectively.  
 

 
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#define CB_CHARACTER_NAME_DELIMITER as either a Space or a Comma.  
     In CBConstants.h is the #define for CB_CHARACTER_NAME_DELIMITER.  
When it is defined as a Space character (' ') then Character names are limited to a single word in ChatBlade.  
When it is defined as a Comma character (",") then Character names can contain Spaces and be more than one word in length.  
ChatBlade uses CB_CHARACTER_NAME_DELIMITER to determine the delimiter for Character names when using /tells and other Slash Commands.  
A Comma character shall always delimit the Character name even if CB_CHARACTER_NAME_DELIMITER is defined as a Space.  This allows either a Space or a Comma to delimit a Character Name when using single word names.  
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#define CB_CHARACTER_NAME_DELIMITER as either a Space or a Comma.  Edit CBConstants.h.  
//  For single word Character Names
#define CB_CHARACTER_NAME_DELIMITER _T(' ')
 
     //  For multi-word Character Names
#define CB_CHARACTER_NAME_DELIMITER _T(',')
 
    
 
    
    
 
    
 
    

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
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