Large Script Call

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While it would appear that the “call script” event command built into RM is meant for “small” script calls, inevitably you may end up wanting to make a script call that is just a little longer than 6 lines (or, if you prefer one-liners separated by semi-colons, 110 characters)

This script simply combines consecutive call script commands so you don’t have to worry about trying to squeeze everything into one small box

Script: download here

So you can do stuff like this:

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