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Name Private Creator Description
require_present_table_column_correlations_info NO floriandietz@elody.com Indicates for a [[symbol:task_present_table_for_pandas]] that a Message describing the correlations between the table's columns should be generated. This is separate from [[symbol:require_present_table_main_info]]. When working on this requirement, bear in mind that the Messages for the columns should be created in the correct order. To ensure this, it helps to create the [[symbol:!offer]] Options in the order in which they should be executed and to give them all the same confidence. If you overwrite one of them, be sure to adjust the arguments and confidence of the replacement Option appropriately to ensure it executes at the right time. Arguments of this tag: 0 : A [[symbol:task_present_table_for_pandas]]. Arguments of [[symbol:!offer]]: 0 : This Tag. 1 : An Option that would generate a Message. Arguments of [[symbol:!provide]]: 0 : This Tag. 1 : The Message.
require_present_table_geographical_location NO floriandietz@elody.com Indicates for a [[symbol:task_present_table_for_pandas]] that a Message should be generated to describe a geographical coordinate. This is separate from [[symbol:require_present_table_main_info]]. Arguments of this tag: 0 : A [[symbol:task_present_table_for_pandas]]. 1 : A [[symbol:info_geographic_coordinate_column_pair]] or [[symbol:info_geographic_place_name]]. Arguments of [[symbol:!offer]]: 0 : This Tag. 1 : An Option that would generate a Message. Arguments of [[symbol:!provide]]: 0 : This Tag. 1 : The Message.
require_present_table_coordinate_pair_info NO floriandietz@elody.com Indicates for a [[symbol:task_present_table_for_pandas]] that a Message describing a [[symbol:info_geographic_coordinate_column_pair]] should be generated. This is separate from [[symbol:require_present_table_main_info]]. Arguments of this tag: 0 : A [[symbol:task_present_table_for_pandas]]. 2 : A [[symbol:info_geographic_coordinate_column_pair]]. Arguments of [[symbol:!offer]]: 0 : This Tag. 1 : An Option that would generate a Message. Arguments of [[symbol:!provide]]: 0 : This Tag. 1 : The Message.
info_geographic_place_name NO floriandietz@elody.com Marks a [[symbol:column]] of a table to indicate that it describes a geographic location. Arguments of this Tag: 0 : A [[symbol:column]] Tag.
info_geographic_coordinate_column_pair NO floriandietz@elody.com Marks two [[symbol:column]]s of a table to indicate that they form a pair of geographical coordinates. The comment of this Tag describes the type of projection and the format of the columns. Currently, only 'web-mercator:dd' is supported. It represents the Web-Mercator projection using Decimal Degrees. Contact the creator of this Symbol if you want to implement other formats, so you can coordinate! Arguments of this Tag: 0 : A [[symbol:column]] that represents the latitude. 1 : A [[symbol:column]] that represents the longitude.
?embedded_website_command NO (system-internal) A Tag with this symbol is created when an embedded website (a message_component of type 'html') sends a command back to Elody. The first argument of the Tag is the Message or Option containing the message_component. The weight is the index of that message_component.
!scenario_chat_file_input_status NO (system-internal) This Tag is used to enable, disable, or highlight the ability of users to upload files. The comment is composed of multiple parts, separated by hyphens, and defines the behavior. Required value: 'disabled' or 'enabled' Optional values, if enabled, need to be in correct order: 'once', 'highlighted', 'multi' An example: 'enabled-once-multi' This example will enable the file upload once (for one usage) and allow uploading any number of files at once. After the first time the user uploads a file, the [[symbol:!scenario_chat_file_input_status]] Tag will be ignored and the status will revert to the preceding one. You can use [[symbol:!nullify]] to make Elody ignore a Tag of this type, so it will look at the previous one instead. This Symbol is related to the Symbol [[symbol:!scenario_chat_text_input_status]] and [[symbol:!scenario_chat_object_import_input_status]].
!scenario_chat_text_input_status NO (system-internal) This Tag is used to enable, disable, or highlight the ability of users to enter text with the chat bar. The comment is composed of multiple parts, separated by hyphens, and defines the behavior. Required value: 'disabled' or 'enabled' Optional values, if enabled, need to be in correct order: 'once', 'highlighted' Optional final value if enabled: 'text:<text>' where <text> is the text that will be displayed on the chatbar. An example: 'enabled-once-text:Describe your problem' This example will enable the chatbox once (for one usage) and ask the user to describe the problem. After the first time the user enters text, the [[symbol:!scenario_chat_text_input_status]] Tag will be ignored and the status will revert to the preceding one. You can use [[symbol:!nullify]] to make Elody ignore a Tag of this type, so it will look at the previous one instead. This Symbol is related to the Symbol [[symbol:!scenario_chat_file_input_status]] and [[symbol:!scenario_chat_object_import_input_status]].
?scenario_plan_user_trust_internet NO (system-internal) Tags of this type are created along with [[symbol:?scenario_plan_user_trust]] Tags. They target the [[symbol:?scenario_plan_user_trust]] Tags to indicate that the user should be trusted enough to be given full internet access without asking for permission.
?external_domain_request_accepted NO (system-internal) A Tag with this symbol is attached to a [[symbol:!external_domain_request]] when the user grants access to the domain.