Custom command-message plugin?

Discussion in 'Archived: Plugin Requests' started by TheOnlyShad0w, Jul 22, 2012.

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    I'm looking for a plugin where you could specify a custom command like "/register" and it would simply give the player a message like "Go to this link:".

    Does anyone know of something like this? I have searched everywhere, and either I've missed something or nobody has made this simple, yet incredibly useful plugin.

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    Well this looks like what I need, but it also looks really advanced. I don't know where to start and how to use it.
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    CommandHelper (it has a custom output 'msg' feature).
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    CommandHelper is out of date.
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    It works fine, though. Just because it's not updated to the lastest RB, it doesn't mean that it doesn't work.
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    I don't really feel safe with using old versions. I have over 30 other plugins.
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    What? What does an older version of CommandHelper have to do with your 30 other plugins?

    I'm just going to say two things:
    1) CH works perfectly fine. There haven't been any issues/complaints about it not being updated. I've used it for months without a single hiccup.
    2) It's doubtful that someone is going to create a plugin that does this. CommandHelper is used by many, and it works. What's the need for another plugin that the exact same feature?

    So McDocs is "really advanced", and CommandHelper isn't "safe". You're really limiting your options here.
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    I could make a plugin that does that 1 thing?
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    If all else fails: Commander
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    I'm not trying to be difficult or anything, but I am not an advanced user. I don't know how to do much, but my friend did tell me to only use up-to-date plugins, so that is what I'm trying to do.

    It doesn't look like Commander does what I want.
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    In the Plugins Request Guide, there's kTriggers, which I use. Works fine for me.

    You really do need to tinker and learn how to use plugins though. It'll help when something goes wrong with the plugins and such.
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    That plugin looks good. Is it easy to use?
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    Yep. Here's the config if you need it.

    # Each command can be given a 'runOnce' key.
    # If this key is specified, it will only be run ONE TIME for that triggerer
    # and cannot be executed ever again by that person, unless you edit that command's
    # 'runOnceList' key and remove their name.
    # Each non-override command is given a permission node: ktrigger.command.[command name]
    # Each permission is registered to ktrigger.command.*, which is registered to ktrigger.*
    # ktrigger.reload allows the use of /ktrigger reload, and defaults to Op (but can be overridden)
      debug: false
      log_commands: false
      version: 1.3-b35 for Bukkit 1.2.3-R0.1
    tasks: []
        - 'Go to this link: &'
    lists: []
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    Well I'm a total noob. Can you show me what it would look like with 2 tasks like that?
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    Well I do suppose you have no knowledge of config files lol.

    "[]" means nothing, so "tasks: []" means there's nothing in tasks; tasks will do nothing using the config because you don't need it. You don't need "lists: []" either, hence the [].

    Aka. It's actually 1 commands, and not 2 tasks.



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    So if I copy and paste these lines:

    tasks: [] commands: register: message: - 'Go to this link: &' lists: [] [/code

    And replaced the text with:

    tasks: [] commands: mumble: message: - 'Follow this link to talk on our Mumble' lists: [] [/code

    Would that work?
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    Yep, that would work.
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    Thanks alot. This looks easy enough.

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