version 7 by AW Freyr
As of Version 3, you can now influence choice order by setting choice-priorities. This is useful if you want options to leave menus on the very bottom rather than somewhere awkward like in the very middle.
When a choice is elected for selection, it is given a numerical value (by default '50') through the choice-priority rules. The lower the number, the higher it is displayed as a choice.
Let's say you always want violence to be the last option. We can pretty easily do that now.
pkillthem is a page.
The cdesc is "Kill them!"
The description is "Violence is always the last option."
Choice-priority for pkillthem:
rule succeeds with result 200.
You can do the opposite as well, always putting a choice on top.
phugthem is a page.
The cdesc is "Hug them!"
The description is "Shnuggles are always appropriate."
Choice-priority for phugthem:
rule succeeds with result 1.