You mainly have two functions for displaying a message to the players (all of them or only one of them). Both functions can be use generally or targeted to a player.
The first one is with SendBigMessage which will display... well a big message at the top center of the player screen. The instruction is:
Message::SendBigMessage(TextLib::Compose("$<%1$> has scored!", _Player.Name), 3000, 10);
Message is the call for the library declared before at the beginning of the script. We ask the script to call the function
SendBigMessage of the
In the example above, the first argument is the text to display. Thanks to the
Compose function of the
TextLib library, we can put arguments if you want to display messages that are a bit more dynamic. While you're writing the text you can add the text
$<%1$> to tell the Compose function that you're adding an argument that you'll fill in just after. In the example, we indicate a player name (but it could be anything else). Then we indicate the duration of the message, 3000 milliseconds which equal 3 seconds.
You can specify a receiver if you indicate a CSmPlayer variable as first argument of the
SendBigMessage function like this:
Message::SendBigMessage(ReceiverPlayer, TextLib::Compose("$<%1$> has scored!", _Player.Name), 3000, 10);
Else there is another function to display messages, smaller ones, on the HUD, by using the function
Message::SendStatusMessage(TextLib::Compose("$<%1$> has scored!", _Player.Name), 3000, 10);
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