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|0002097||Documentation, Examples, and Web Site||Writing with Inform||public||2019-04-23 04:18||2019-04-23 04:18|
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|Product Version||6M62|| |
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|Summary||0002097: typo in rule name in §18.34|
|Description||WwI §18.34 says: "No matter what rules are written for this activity, it is impossible to use it to allow the action to go ahead even without the item. The activity allows us to change how, or if, an implicit take will happen, but not to change the consequences of failure. (To do that, we would need to say that “The ignore the carrying requirements rule does nothing”, but this kind of unstitching of the action machinery needs to be done with caution.)"|
This should say "“The carrying requirements rule does nothing”" without "ignore the," which I suspect is a holdover from the days of procedural rules when "ignore [rule]" was how this stuff worked.
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See WwI §18.34.
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