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Symbols

Name Private Creator Description
?set_priority_of_presenting_options NO (system-internal) A Tag with this symbol targeting nothing is created to set the priority of presenting options to the user in a 'default' event.
?set_priority_of_asking_for_input NO (system-internal) A Tag with this symbol targeting nothing is created to set the priority of waiting for user input in a 'default' event. Any Rules with a priority below this are ignored.
!set_option_confidence NO (system-internal) Create a Tag with this symbol targeting an Option to set the confidence of that option to the weight of this Tag.
!set_signal_weight NO (system-internal) This Tag decides which symbols are considered active for the purpose of activating Rules. Create a Tag with this symbol targeting another symbol to signal that symbol with a given weight and (optionally) comment. You can also target another Tag instead of a symbol, in which case the symbol of that Tag is used instead. Newer instances of this Tag with the same comment overwrite older ones. Using [[symbol:!nullify]] on this Tag causes it to be ignored, but does not set the signal weight back to 0 if there are still other instances of this Tag with the same Symbol and comment as the deactivated one. Note about the way Rules work: Each dependency of a Rule is satisfied only if a signal exists that matches the dependency. The dependency matches if the Symbols are the same and the filter string of the dependency is either not required, or is equal to the comment of the !set_signal_weight Tag. The weight of an active dependency is the product of the !set_signal_weight Tag's weight and the...
?user_input_command_keyword NO (system-internal) Tags with this Symbol are created along with ?user_input_command_file. The comment of the Tag is a word that appeared in the entered text.
?user_input_uploaded_file NO (system-internal) A Tag with this symbol targeting a file is created whenever a user uploads a file.
?user_input_command_file NO (system-internal) A Tag with this symbol targeting a file is created whenever a user enters a text command.
!task NO (system-internal) This Tag is DEPRECATED. It used to be used for tasks, but no longer has any effect.
!provide NO (system-internal) This Tag is used to mark a 'require_' Tag with something that satisfies the requirement. The first argument of an !offer Tag should always be the !require tag. The remaining arguments can be whatever is appropriate and should be documented in the description of the require_ symbol. See also: [[symbol:!offer]].
!offer NO (system-internal) This Tag is used to mark a 'require_' Tag with an offer that may satisfy the requirement. The first argument of an !offer Tag should always be the !require tag. The remaining arguments can be whatever is appropriate and should be documented in the description of the require_ symbol. This is similar to [[symbol:!provide]], but where [[symbol:!provide]] means that the requirement has been met, this symbol just means that it might be able to meet it. Several offers may be made on a require_ Tag before one of them is chosen and used with [[symbol:!provide]].