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#1 24-May-20 16:50:29

franced
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Registered: 24-May-20
Posts: 1

Problem with commands and shortcut

Hey,

maybe you guys can help me out a bit.
I have the problem, when i do something like !put [n] s or !pip [n] it is saying theres no player with that name.
g_shortcuts is enabled ofcourse. it also writes my name when i write [n].

Hope anyone knows a solution.

Thanks in advance.

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#2 24-May-20 20:13:45

fANAT1C
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Registered: 23-May-20
Posts: 4

Re: Problem with commands and shortcut

If you type [n] in the server chat it will always display your own name because that is what [n] is specified to show by N!tmod. Why would you need this anyway?
To create a command to put yourself spec, put this in your commands.db (or whatever the file you use for creating custom commands is called):

**********

name = gospec
exec = put [n] s
desc = Move yourself to spectator team easily
levels = 0 1 2

**********

It will look like this:

rpGLam.jpg

To create a command to !pip yourself (and only yourself) add this to commands.db:

**********

name = pipme
exec = pip [n]
desc = Pip yourself
levels = 1 2

**********

Last edited by fANAT1C (24-May-20 20:17:09)

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#3 24-May-20 20:20:41

franced
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Registered: 24-May-20
Posts: 1

Re: Problem with commands and shortcut

thats what i did. if i use a custom command just nothing is happening at all. and if i just type the full command in chat myself like !pip [n] then its saying player not found.

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#4 24-May-20 21:07:57

fANAT1C
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Registered: 23-May-20
Posts: 4

Re: Problem with commands and shortcut

did you execute !readconfig in your server chat/rcon before you did the command?

Is it possibile for you to put your commands.db file on here so I can check what might be wrong?

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#5 25-May-20 08:56:05

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

Re: Problem with commands and shortcut

Maybe you mean it:

exec = pip [n] ; qsay Player [n] pip

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