This seems so basic, I am embarrassed not to know this or be able to figure it out.
I have a person in car who should be able to be examined, but is being blocked by the Basic Accessibility rule. I don’t want to replace the rule, only to create an exception – if the container is not a car or not transparent, the rule should continue.
Without the rule, hitting or examining the sheriff looks like this:
>x sherrif’s car
It is dark green, mostly, with white doors, and a big black and gold badge on the door that says “Sierra County Sheriff.” It has red lights along the top. This is a big boxy car that looks kinda muscular and mean like the yellow dog.
“Well, pretty good, Bill. I can’t complain,” the Cat Lady tells the Sheriff. Then a frown crosses her face, “Oh except Oliver has an abscess. I have to take him to the kitty doctor next week.”
Oh? Do you see that here?
Previously, I had:
Procedural rule when doing anything to sheriff when sheriff is visible and sheriff is in sheriffs_car: ignore the basic accessibility rule;
What is an elegant way to replace my old procedural rule without replacing the Basic Accessibility rule?