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Use ladder above me
I need to use (right click) a ladder that is below me in a persistent (not cavebot).
I tried using

LadderID = 1948
useitem(LadderID, ground(posx(), posy(), posz()))

but for some reason, it doesn't work when i'm exactly at the ladder position.
If i change posx() and etc for the ladder position, and run the command at not ladder position, it works.

But i need to use it from the ladder position.
And it's not safe to move away from ladder position to use it.
It need to be a quick action: I down the ladder and use the ladder (from it's position).

Using the cavebot isn't a solution. I'm doing all the movement with persistent script, because due to my low performance notebook the changing of waypoints in cavebot has a certain delay, which means my dead at a pk attack.

It doesn't even need to check for the ladder, it'll be there.
I just need to 'right click' my foot position.

Thanks in advance


I'm not sure I understand what happens...
If you are in the same sqm as the ladder then that's the reason, your character is on top, not ladder. useitem() checks if the item id on top of sqm is the same you input, but you can bypass that using item id = 0.
useitem(0, ground(posx(), posy(), posz()))

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Thanks for the quick anwser!

For some reason, it didn't work with ground(), but without, it works!!

useitem(0, posx(), posy(), posz())

Thank you very much.

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