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hi rAthena! ūüėĄ¬†somebody could help me?

I'm looking for a custom command, that allows the user to know what the customs commands are on the server. With similar logic to the @commands command.

When using the @ccommands command, should appear in the chat window of the user and only for the user who uses it.

example:

@segurity - This command is used to protect your account and items.
@pvproom - This command is used to enter from anywhere in the pvp room.

the idea is that you can manually implement the commands and their descriptions in the script. 

I will be attentive to your comments and thanks!

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26 minutes ago, Mael said:

hi rAthena! ūüėĄ¬†somebody could help me?

I'm looking for a custom command, that allows the user to know what the customs commands are on the server. With similar logic to the @commands command.

When using the @ccommands command, should appear in the chat window of the user and only for the user who uses it.

example:

@segurity - This command is used to protect your account and items.
@pvproom - This command is used to enter from anywhere in the pvp room.

the idea is that you can manually implement the commands and their descriptions in the script. 

I will be attentive to your comments and thanks!

@command it self shows the custom commands

type @command

see the last commands you will see "script commands"

and than you will see all the commands made by scripts

ofc you can do this too

-	script	ccommand	-1,{
OnAtcommand:
	dispbottom "@segurity - This command is used to protect your account and items.";
	dispbottom "@pvproom - This command is used to enter from anywhere in the pvp room.";
	dispbottom "more commands";
end;
OnInit:
	bindatcmd "ccommand",strnpcinfo(3)+"::OnAtcommand";
end;
}

 

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4 minutes ago, Royr said:

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I'm looking for a command that explains what these 2 commands that I put in my example.

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4 minutes ago, Mael said:

I'm looking for a command that explains what these 2 commands that I put in my example.

Search Engine is the 'key' there are tons of that similar to your requests.

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4 minutes ago, Royr said:

Search Engine is the 'key' there are tons of that similar to your requests.ÔĽŅ

I think you can not understand my request...

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4 minutes ago, Mael said:

I think you can not understand my request...

If you know how to modify the script then your good to go.

 

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22 minutes ago, sader1992 said:

@command it self shows the custom commands

type @command

see the last commands you will see "script commands"

and than you will see all the commands made by scripts

ofc you can do this too

-	script	ccommand	-1,{
OnAtcommand:
	dispbottom "@segurity - This command is used to protect your account and items.";
	dispbottom "@pvproom - This command is used to enter from anywhere in the pvp room.";
	dispbottom "more commands";
end;
OnInit:
	bindatcmd "ccommand",strnpcinfo(3)+"::OnAtcommand";
end;
}

 

This is what I'm talking about, thank you very much @sader1992 ‚̧ԳŹ¬†

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25 minutes ago, Mael said:

hi rAthena! ūüėĄ¬†somebody could help me?

I'm looking for a custom command, that allows the user to know what the customs commands are on the server. With similar logic to the @commands command.

When using the @ccommands command, should appear in the chat window of the user and only for the user who uses it.

example:

@segurity - This command is used to protect your account and items.
@pvproom - This command is used to enter from anywhere in the pvp room.

the idea is that you can manually implement the commands and their descriptions in the script. 

I will be attentive to your comments and thanks!

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