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Useful Bindings and Such

To bind a command to a key: do "bind (command)" and then you'll be asked to press a key to which you want to bind this commnd.

For an example of praying (see above):
The command you want is:
        'use_skill praying
Bind that to a key or something:
        'bind use_skill praying
Then press the key you want to bind to praying. I use 'y'...

'apply -a' is "always apply" --- if the object is already applied then nothing happens, otherwise it is applied. Similar for 'apply -u' "always unapply". This is useful for keybindings since there is no scripting language to check whether an object is applied or not.