Re-wrote for new group whistles[edit source]
252.0 reworked how whistles work substantially. I separated the article into single-target and group whistles, gave a description of how to setup your group whistles, and shortened some of the grammar, since I'd included details previously listed on multiple lines within the group whistles. Darinth (talk) 17:12, 13 December 2016 (UTC)
New whistles added[edit source]
252.0 supposedly added a few new whistles, but I can't find documentation of how to actually use them, else I'd try to help out by contributing...Has anyone got an update for the 'new whistles' as of 252.0 and onward, and how to use them, yet? PreciousHearts (talk) 00:33, 26 November 2016 (UTC)
Could someone write the following in normal English?
"For example activating the "stop one" command via the whistle menu activates after the "stop one" whistle additionally the "follow one" whistle, which negates the initially intended command." 220.127.116.11 01:40, 12 December 2016 (UTC)
- It means that since T works to open the dial menu -and- as a (Follow One) whistle, sometimes it will whistle 'follow one' regardless of what you actually clicked on in the dial. So if I want to open T and click 'stop one' or 'stop all', immediately after I do so, 'follow one' is activated because of the silly way they bound the keys. You could use the dial menu to 'stop one' as many times as you want, sometimes, but as soon as the menu closes, 'follow one' activates automatically, which cancels out what you just tried to do. PreciousHearts (talk) 11:50, 12 December 2016 (UTC)