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<br>{{framexmlfunc|FrameXML/BasicControls.xml}} __NOTOC__
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{{framexmlfunc|FrameXML/BasicControls.xml}}
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Displays a message box.
 
 
message("text");
 
message("text");
   
Displays a message box.
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== Arguments ==
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;text : String - message to be displayed.
 
== Parameters ==
 
=== Arguments ===
 
:("text")
 
 
:;text : String - message to be displayed.
 
 
=== Returns ===
 
:;nil
 
 
 
== Example ==
 
message("This is an example.");
 
 
   
 
==Details==
 
==Details==
: Pops up a message box displaying the argument with an "Okay" button inside a frame.
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* Pops up a message box displaying the argument with an "Okay" button inside a frame.
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* As of 3.1, message() is no longer an alias of the [[API ERRORMESSAGE|_ERRORMESSAGE]] function. It is a standalone function that bypasses the cvar "scriptErrors" entirely and always displays an error box.
: (?) As of 1.10, message("text") no longer seems to work inside instances under certain conditions. The fix for this is currently unknown.
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* As of 3.2 message() is broken / Depreciated as the message frame is no longer defined. Suitable alternative is {{api|print}}(...);
 
: As of 2.1, the cvar "scriptErrors" must be set to 1 for this to work. This can be accomplished through a call to [[API SetCVar |SetCVar]]().
 
 
: As of 3.1, message() is no longer an alias of the [[API ERRORMESSAGE|_ERRORMESSAGE]] function. It is a standalone function that bypasses the cvar "scriptErrors" entirely and always displays an error box.
 
 
: As of 3.2 message() is broken / Depreciated as the message frame is no longer defined. Suitable Alternative is [[API print |print]]
 

Latest revision as of 09:19, March 9, 2010

WoW API < message
Icon-information-22x22This function is implemented by FrameXML in FrameXML/BasicControls.xml.

Displays a message box.

message("text");

Arguments Edit

text 
String - message to be displayed.

DetailsEdit

  • Pops up a message box displaying the argument with an "Okay" button inside a frame.
  • As of 3.1, message() is no longer an alias of the _ERRORMESSAGE function. It is a standalone function that bypasses the cvar "scriptErrors" entirely and always displays an error box.
  • As of 3.2 message() is broken / Depreciated as the message frame is no longer defined. Suitable alternative is print(...);

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