When you see a sample script anywhere in this guide, it wil be categorized into one of three color-coded types: Good, Needs-Change, or Bad.
my_good_script: type: task script: - narrate "This script can be dropped in!"
Good scripts have a green outline. These scripts are good enough to be put into a server as-is and will work (though won't necessarily have much use).
my_changeable_script: type: task script: - narrate "You'll have to fill this in" - wait (Put your delay here) - (put more commands here)
Scripts that are good but need changes to work have a blue outline. These scripts usually demonstrate a syntax or contain only part of a script. If you want to try one, you'll have to fill in the missing pieces before loading it in.
my_bad_script: type: tusk scrapt: - delete system32 - narrote 'This ain't work""
Scripts that are bad and should not be used have a red outline. These scripts usually demonstrate common mistakes or pitfalls, and are presented only as examples of what NOT to do.