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Discussion in 'Spigot Plugin Help' started by SkillNoHackz, Apr 15, 2017.
Looking for a plugin blocker that blocks /about
You don't need a plugin blocker for this. All you have to do is add permission -bukkit.command.help, -bukkit.command.version, &bukkit.command.plugins to the everyone's permissions.
im not trying to add permissions to people i want to remove /about
Negate the permission:
- - bukkit.command.help
The extra "-" negates the permission and makes it so you can no longer do the command.
You seem like a newer server owner, or someone that doesn't know much about how permissions work, so let me help you a little
A permission is those functions in a plugin, to where if someone doesn't have that specified "permission" they can't use whatever that permissions is hooked up to.
If a permission is negated, they don't have the permission, which by default, some permissions don't need to be specified to be given.
An example of this would be the bukkit command /about, or "/bukkit:help" or /?, which is enabled by default.
However, to negate a permission that is given by default, you can give them the permission (in PEX and GroupManager)
-(permission) or in this case -bukkit.command.help
In something like LuckPerms you'd have to do
/lp group Default permission set bukkit.command.help false.
If you're wanting a completely easier solution to this, you can use NoCheatPlus along with @Captain_Obvious 's config, which by default blocks those commands such as:
and so on.
In order to remove /about, you must negate the bukkit.command.help permission.
/pex group default add -bukkit.command.help
By running the command in the example above, the default group won't be able to use the /about command. Although you're technically adding a command to the group, the "-" sign before a permission removes the permission rather than adding it.
Yep, you just said the same exact things as us basically.
I remember when Skyblock.xyz was compromised a couple times a few years ago, and there was mass duplication, and the economy was destroyed... ah... fun times...
You can disable commands in my plugin Pluginz. But really, same amount of editing/commands about as doing permission nodes.
He seemed confused, so I tried to restate the information y'all provided in terms that he may understand.
I've since departed with XYZ after a year and half of free service as a manager. Me and the old owner left to make our own server. I remember us getting compromised by 824 way back. I guess I should update my signature.