I thought I had missed something when I put the code in. I didn't even realize that I had the 'http' on it.
Originally Posted by JimmXinu
But even with that, it needs a new feature to make it work. And it's interesting enough I've taken a stab at it.
With the attached version, try this:
## *Five* part lines. Effect only when trailing conditional key=>regexp matches
characters=>Sam W\.=>Sam Witwicky&&category=>Transformers
characters=>Sam W\.=>Sam Winchester&&category=>Supernatural
It's similar to your intuitive first try above, but puts the conditional at the end with a different separator.
This will fail in the face of a Transformers/Supernatural crossover, but I don't see any way around that.
Thanks. It worked great. I know that it wouldn't be able to figure out which name to use if there was a crossover, but how would it respond if that happened? Would it randomly choose one or just leave it as Sam W.? Either way, I'll probably just have to do any story like that manually. I don't mind doing a few. Although, I don't think that there is any Transformer/Supernatural crossover that I want that has the character Sam W. so it may not be a problem for me.