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#1 23-May-20 01:28:32

fANAT1C
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Registered: 23-May-20
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Adding !timelimit <value here> as a command, how should I define this?

Hello all

I have a question regaring making a !timelimit command so any adminlevel permitted to use this command can, for example, enter !timelimit 30 so the current map timelimit will change to 30 minutes. Does anyone know how I can do this in the commands.db file? I'm not planning to allow my server players to change timelimit by doing this command, it's just for myself as a server admin to make things easier.

This is what I have tried but obviously it does not work:

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name = timelimit
exec = timelimit
desc = Changes the timelimit to the chosen value
levels = 1 2

Is this even possible with a !command or should this be configured using a LUA script or something?

~fANAT1C#

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#2 23-May-20 17:07:41

fANAT1C
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Registered: 23-May-20
Posts: 3

Re: Adding !timelimit <value here> as a command, how should I define this?

UPDATE:
Never mind on this question as I fixed it, the solution was easy and I actually didn't have to make a topic for it after all. To everyone looking for a !timelimit <value> command to quickly change map time without login in to rcon:
Put the following in your commands.db file (or whatever you called the .db file):

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name = timelimit
exec = timelimit [1]
desc = Change the current map timelimit to specified value
levels = 1 2

Last edited by fANAT1C (23-May-20 17:08:03)

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#3 24-May-20 13:25:38

mazak
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From: Poland
Registered: 11-Jun-13
Posts: 22

Re: Adding !timelimit <value here> as a command, how should I define this?

exec = timelimit [1]

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