have the parser notice

Six years ago, this code (which I included in the Handbook) worked:

After inserting the bullet into the revolver: have the parser notice the revolver; continue the action.
However, “have the parser notice” is now an unrecognized phrase. What has replaced it?

The context of the question is this. I want to suggest to people how they can redirect a pronoun such as “it” to point to an object that would be intuitively obvious to an English speaker. Here’s the transcript:

I want the player’s “it” to refer to the revolver. How can that be arranged?

Top of my head, isn’t it something like “now it refers to the revolver”? Or am I floundering? Maybe I’m floundering.

Edit - yep, definitely floundered.

I believe the proper phrase for this situation is “set pronouns from”

After inserting the bullet into the revolver: set pronouns from the revolver; continue the action.

Got it. Thanks!