The examples may contain characters such as: “
[ ]”. Do NOT include those in your command when running it, they are there to categorize parts of the commands (usually values you would enter) for explanatory purposes.
!addcom [command] [message]
If you wanted the command
!hello to say “
You would type:
!addcom hello Hello World!
Which would result in:
You: !hello Bot: Hello World!
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!module disable [path]
!module disable ./commands/killCommand.js
To re-enable the script use
!module enable [path]
[group] means you can use the following user groups:
Caster = 0 | Administrator = 1 | Moderator = 2 | Subscriber = 3 | Donator = 4 | Hoster = 5 | Regular = 6 | Viewer = 7
[URL] it’s a link to a website.
[name] enter any name you desire.
[message] enter any message you desire.
[command] means the name of the command (do not include the ‘!’).
[number] refers to number ID.
[amount] the amount you want.
[price] Cost of points.
[reward] Can be a message like if you giving a CD-key or amount of points.
[keyword] a message a user will need to enter in order to trigger the keyword.
[option] you type the option you want.
[file (file path)] used to make a command that reads the specified text file.
[-followers] This is just to show if you want only followers to participate to raffles. Don’t use the brackets though.