SayHelp screen 2: Macro verb/filters.  [Shortcut for alternate speech styles]
<ch> means a single character, 'sp' for space, 'def' for default, 'ooc' for ooc
To use the verb for macro <ch>:     "<ch>Aaargh!    [eg " Pooh!   "\Aaaargh! ]
To set <ch>'s verb (seen/others):   sayset <ch> sings,    [eg sayset \ yells,]
                                 or sayset <ch> quietly %n whistles,
                                 or sayset <ch> barks%2 gruffly.
To set <ch>'s verb (seen by you):   sayset +<ch> sing,
To set <ch>'s quoting:              sayset quotes <ch> o/~%mo/~
To set space's verb(s):             sayset sp sniffles,      [sayset +sp etc ]
To set the ooc verb(s):             sayset ooc says(OOC),   [sayset +ooc etc ]
To unset <ch>'s verb:               sayset <ch>    [into 'says,' if <ch>==def]
To unset everything on <ch>:        sayset clear <ch> [filters quotes & verbs]
To seek <ch> as a suffix:           sayset suffix <ch>       [ch can be blank]
                                or sayset +suffix <ch> [to remove ch if found]
                                or sayset !suffix <ch> [to make <ch> a prefix]
If you unset +<ch>, you will see your speech as others see it, ie 'Fred barks'
  rather than 'You bark,'.  If you .only. set +<ch>, it will not be used.
If a verb ends with a comma, split say prepends your name [or 'you' for +<ch>]
  If not, the name is appended.  '%n' is moved to the beginning in unsplit say.
Quote formats must be 4..8 chars long, and contain (but not start/end with) %m.
For more help, type 'sayhelp 3'