"Unknown Command" whenever a player doesn't have access to the command.

Discussion in 'Spigot Plugin Help' started by Dis, May 17, 2018.

  1. Dis


    Basically, I want the message "Unknown command. Type "/help" " to pop up whenever a player doesn't have access to a command. Can somebody redirect me to a plugin?
  2. It would be kind of hard to do that since not a lot of plugins have permissions and commands linked in plugin.yml, but if you manually configured commands to permissions in the theoretical plugin config that would probably be easier to do.
  3. Dis


    hmm... I see where you're coming from. There should be some kind of way though don't you think?
  4. What you can do is catching the message using ChatControlPro's packet features and cancelling the message and then sending a message with "Unknown command, type "/help" for help." - and in some plugins you can change the nopermission message in e.g. the language file.

    also if a no permission output is something like "I'm sorry, but you don't have permission to do this. If you believe this is in error, please contact an administrator", you can most likely add a nopermission message in the plugin.yml and it will use that message.
  5. Yeah, that's a good idea. The packet features exist in regular ChatControl too, and I think by default it will change the "I'm sorry but you don't have permission..." message to a shorter message like "Insufficient permission." To some degree though you would still have to customize your rules to the plugins you have. But that would make it a whole lot easier, yes.
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  6. Hi. This is REALLY easy...
    So, if it's a spigot server then go to your FTP and go into the spigot.yml file, and just edit the "Unknown command. Type "/help, for help!" to "§cThis command doesn't work on our server." or something like that :)
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  7. That's not what op is after.

    Thanks anyways.
  8. oh, okay i'm sorry haha.. I didn't read it all i was in a hurry but yea, np :)
  9. I think that your best bet may be finding a permissions plugin that allows you to change the deny message, LuckPerms and UltraPermissions both contain fully customizable messages and allow you to specifically change the "You don't have enough permissions" message.
  10. You can change the message file of the plugins to "Unknown command. Type "/help" "
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  11. That would take alot of time and not all plugins have that feature

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