Spigot TabCompleteFilter (Filter Commands) 1.1.0

Filter the commands a user can see in tab complete.

  1. Lee

    Lee

    Lee submitted a new resource:

    Tab Complete Filter (1.15.2) - You can filter tab complete commands for users!

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  4. Hello, when I apply the filter of this plugin, it doesn't show the commands that I need it to show. It only shows advancedBan commands, that shouldn't even show it. I'm at 1.15.2
     
  5. Plugin Suggestion:
    - Online Name Completer for commands.
     
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    Lee updated TabCompleteFilter (Filter Commands) with a new update entry:

    Groups Update

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  8. Does it work in 1.12.2?
    Because I have my alt account (non OP) with the permission Tabfilter.1
    Buy he still can see all the commands when using /(tab)
     
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    Lee

    At the top of the plugin page it tells you all the versions that are supported, 1.12.2 is not supported.
     
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    I have added this to my server but it is not working. as you can see from the photos the plugin is there and green so it is working but when I go to my alt that has all normal player perms it is still showing all commands??? I am using 1.15.2
     
    #10 ash_dlor, May 30, 2020
    Last edited: May 30, 2020
  11. Hello, how can I make my builders access the "//" commands?
    or at least, make the filter not affect them.
     
  12. Um Hi, I'm using this plugin for a while and its great so far. I would just want to suggest a change to it. Instead of needing the OP of accessing the bypass, can you add a permission node instead? Thanks!
     
  13. good plugin. needs a bypass permission for administrators or moderators.
     
  14. Doesn't seem to filter anything in 1.15.2 paper
     
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    Lee

  16. Also having trouble on 1.15.2 Spigot, the filter works in part, filtering out all commands not included in the configs, but permissions don't seem to hook properly -- all of the commands listed in the config can be tab completed by all players regardless of tabfilter.[#] permission. This is true whether the tabfilter.[#] they don't have permission for is absent or negated. Any suggestions?
     
  17. Lee

    Lee

    Hmm after some testing it seems to be working fine on 1.15.2, here's a gif I made:
    https://gyazo.com/b68f0f7b03e385849e52120e8baaa445

    Could you show me in a gif or video of what issues you're having so I can get a better idea?
     
  18. This user has no tabfilter permissions whatsoever:
    https://gyazo.com/028592315ce752d6d666696f05011061
    And it's not blocking anything:
    https://gyazo.com/fde66ca2225f8e745877324135d0db5e
    When I give them the group one perm:
    https://gyazo.com/25ec90b96d40a380ea0d71944ea88fec
    (List here):
    https://gyazo.com/f34617aeb5678544748e0b80493ebdf4
    And relog, it at least only shows the commands listed in the config, but it shows all of them:
    https://gyazo.com/c267103b6a75cb019055c3de4acea6fb
    Full config:
    https://gist.github.com/mercurialmusic/000b78d19c7f2c52f8adf3d14f8bebae

    Is there some sort of order of operations or inheritance thing that I'm missing? Like should I flip the groups?
     
  19. Lee

    Lee

    So if I understand you correctly, giving one group the perm tabfilter.1 for example, will give all the filtered commands in each group? If so, you would have to check your inheritance of each group and deny any other filter perms that might be in other groups, it should only filter the commands the user has perm groups (tabfilter.1) for.
     
  20. I wasn't working with groups in this example other than the tabfilter groups (tabfilter.1, tabfilter.2, etc). I removed all of the permissions and only added them to the user. I understand how group inheritance works (been doing this a while too). Without any permissions but the plugin loaded, there is no filtering. Once I added the permission (tabfilter.1) to the user the commands were filtered but he was able to see all of the commands from the entire config, not just the tabfilter.1 group.

    Thank you for working with me on this, btw. I definitely appreciate your prompt responses and assistance!