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{{Command|syntax=[[Image:move_op_tile.png|right|MOVE_OP_TILE]]MOVE_OP_TILE <from tile>, <to tile>, [<insert tile>]
 
{{Command|syntax=[[Image:move_op_tile.png|right|MOVE_OP_TILE]]MOVE_OP_TILE <from tile>, <to tile>, [<insert tile>]
|description=:Moves an existing operation tile to a different place.
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|description=:Moves an existing operation tile.
  
|param1=<from tile>|param1_desc={{from tile}}
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|param1=<from tile>|param1_desc=Original operation tile number.
|param2=<to tile>|param2_desc={{to tile}}
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|param2=<to tile>|param2_desc=new operation tile number.
 
|param3=[<insert tile>]|param3_desc= 0 = Move the tile, 1 = Insert a new tile in the list (moving subsequent tiles down one) then copy to this position.
 
|param3=[<insert tile>]|param3_desc= 0 = Move the tile, 1 = Insert a new tile in the list (moving subsequent tiles down one) then copy to this position.
 
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Latest revision as of 15:59, 13 January 2011

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Command

MOVE_OP_TILE
MOVE_OP_TILE <from tile>, <to tile>, [<insert tile>]


Moves an existing operation tile.

Parameters

<from tile>
Original operation tile number.
<to tile>
new operation tile number.
[<insert tile>]
0 = Move the tile, 1 = Insert a new tile in the list (moving subsequent tiles down one) then copy to this position.

Example

MOVE_OP_TILE 2, 3, 1