Can't find this script

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  1. BCj

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    Hi!
    I'm looking for a script for Escalia. I know it exists as I've seen it before, but I just can't remember who wrote it. Basically, if the player was near a tile with an event on it (say 3-4 tiles away) a pop-up would show with an exclamation mark, showing that there was something close by. I wanted to use it to show the player that there's secret loot nearby. Anyone knows who wrote a script like this?
     
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    Something like this?
     
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    Well that'd be awesome if my event was an enemy. Sadly it's not an enemy, it's a hidden treasure so it's static.
     
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    You can still set it static and non-moving.


    Then set the transparency to full + range to 1 or 2 and the treasure should show up with the "!" mark on the character head when in range.
     
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    Alright I'll test it tomorrow.
    Any chance it might conflict with Rokan Symbol Encounter?
     
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    the script should by default ignore events without the name tag.


    if you find them conflicting, try place the script below/above one another and test it out.
     
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