CMI alias management
By default only small amount of commands have alias enabled so you could use shortened commands. So by default majority of commands will require full command usage like /cmi heal Zrips To enable short command you have 2 options: to enable it in alias.yml or to create your own.
Enabling throw alias.yml: Go to alias.yml file and look up for any alias you would want as short command. In example if you want /heal command then simply go to appropriate section and set
Code (Text):/heal: true
1. Use generic one liner: /cmi aliaseditor new heal-cmi heal $1- which will create command as /heal
2. Click on + sign in chat window and enter heal into chat window, press enter, then again press on + sign, then enter cmi heal $1- and press enter again. You are done, now you have /heal enabled and working. You can add more than one command which will be performed in a row and which supports special CMI command format, we call specialized commands which wiki can be found HERE and which is extremely powerful
Extra variables in alias command like $1 will mean that first variable will be taken and replaced in this alias. In example /cmi aliaseditor new heal-cmi heal $1 and while performing /heal Zrips first variable, in this case Zrips will be replaced in original command and end command will look like /cmi heal Zrips
This allows for variables to be replaced in ordering, in example /cmi aliaseditor new tps-cmi tp $2 $1 and performing /tps Zrips Zhax will result in command like /cmi tp Zhax Zrips
In case you need to add all variables after certain point, use format as $1- in example /cmi aliaseditor new ms-cmi msg $1 $2- and performing command like /ms Zrips Hello World! will result into /cmi msg Zrips Hello World!