Ever since the trunk commands have changed, players have seemed to suffer some difficulty when trying to operate their trunk. Whether it may be withdrawing an item, depositing an item or locking and unlocking your trunk. This easy-to-follow guide will explain the purpose of each command that's available to you.
This guide will be used as a reference for those who do assistances requesting help with trunks.
This command simply locks and unlocks your trunk. For example:
When a trunk is locked, you and other players won't be able to access its contents. However, when it is unlocked you and other plays will be able to access it.
Your trunk needs to be unlocked for you to use /trunk show and therefore /trunk get and /trunk store also. Be cautious that any player can now view the contents of a trunk when it's unlocked, and therefore withdraw contents from it!
This command enables you to open a trunk, so that you can store items within a trunk; withdraw items from a trunk and view the contents of a trunk. For example:
You can see in the image that the trunk needs to be unlocked for you to open it. You can only unlock the trunk if the vehicle is owned by you.
This command shows you the contents of an unlocked trunk. For example:
Remember that the trunk needs to be unlocked for you to view the contents of it. If you see something within the trunk that you'd like to withdraw, follow the next guide.
This command allows you to withdraw items from a trunk, if it's unlocked and open. For example:
Remember that the trunk needs to be unlocked and open for you to withdraw contents from it.
This command allows you to store items inside your own trunk, if it's unlocked and open. For example:
If you'd like to later withdraw that item from a trunk at a later date, follow the above guide.
This command allows you to simply close a trunk, you can do this to any trunk if it's open. For example:
Remember that even if you close a trunk, if it's unlocked then other players can still use /trunk open to open it again. You need to lock trunks manually now via. /trunk lock to prevent them being opened by thieves!
I think that pretty much sums up most of the new system. Most commands involve logical thinking, if you just think "how would this work in real life?", you're pretty much sorted. If you have any questions, feel free to reply to the topic below!