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Is there a way to call the randomize functionality from the testing menu in a script?

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Hi Sven,

I'm sorry if you're tired of hearing it but my sub and I adore your program.

For my question: I had a thought on a fun little popup that would require a sub to change their outfit.

I know that I can use the change=program or change=always options to do this and I have plans to use those in a fun job or punishment in the future but in terms of a popup, I wanted to see if there was a way I could get a little more control. I would like to be able to trigger a single global randomization at will or be able to switch randomization on and off programmatically so I can leave everything in that new state until the next day.

No big deal if what I'm asking isn't possible, just thought I'd ask.


Ms. O

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Hi Ms. O,

There is no way to do that. The best I can offer is that you make two instruction sections. It needs only have the Change keyword and a set, not much more. Then you can make your global flag control which one is used. 

I must warn against change=always. It is meant for testing a script. If you use it for real, the sub can keep asking until he gets the wanted result. 



MsOliviaLocke Topic starter 17/12/2022 3:19 pm

@admin Thanks Sven,

This was just what I needed to point me in the right direction. I think I have the combination of factors required to do exactly what I was planning.

Ms. O