Player Experience Upgrade

version 2/111127 by Aaron Reed

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  • Section: Style of Parser Messages
        
    Messages across all extensions are divided into narrator messages and parser messages, the latter referring to out-of-world responses and styled by default in italics and wrapped in square brackets. To override this:

        To say as the parser: say "<parser>".
        To say as normal: say "</parser>".
        
    To style both kinds of messages identically, as the standard Inform distribution does:

        To say as the parser: do nothing.
        To say as normal: do nothing.
        
    Authors can use the phrase "parser say" to easily create parser messages in a way that won't cause line break issues:

        Instead of dividing anything by zero, parser say "That's not allowed."