Admin replaces OP? help

Discussion in 'Bukkit Help' started by XLawless BaronX, Apr 21, 2011.

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    XLawless BaronX

    Ok so i have permissions set and everything but what i want to do now is that Admin takes over op so i dont have to use Op and so that Admin and moderator have prefixes and there own set colors i have set the prefixes but they just wont work what else do i need someone please help me
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    Uh, kind of confused on what you want to do.
    Use some punctuation in there. :S

    Just setup an Admin group in permissions, and in prefixes add [Admin] or whatever you want.
    You need to download a plugin like iChat to use colors.
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    XLawless BaronX

    Ok because i want it so that, Admins overides OP.txt so you can do everything the OP can do without having to be op
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    Wouldn't it be easier just opping, them as it will still say [Admin] by there names.
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    You should try using essentials groupmanager. You can give individual commands or assign them to a group where they can make new groups, change groups, change the color of the groups.. ect ect the list goes on. But I think this will be your best bet for something close on what you want to do.
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    Nathan C

    Ok wow how am I supposed to help you if you have absolutely no fractionation this makes it very hard to read and good luck getting any help have fun peace.
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    Permissions by itself offers next to no functionality by itself, you need other plugins for colors and stuff. see iChat, HeroChat or nChat
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    I see no problem understanding what he wants. Groupmanager/Permissions offers color coding and prefixes for groups (you don't need iChat for that!). But it won't change colors for people in ops.txt. Actually ops.txt overrides everything Groupmanager does. When someone is in ops.txt it doesn't matter in which group you put him in, they always have all permissions and a red [Admin] in front of the name.

    So the question is, do we even need ops.txt at all with Groupmanager/Permissions installed?
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    Ops.txt is still useful for giving people the server stop/save functionality, but if you use something like commandbook with GM/permissions then you really only need to have a single person Oped since all the other Ops commands can be given through commandbook.
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