Ok, I've spent several days trying to troubleshoot this and figure out how to do basic permissions using Worldguard, and nothing I try works. I have myself assigned as op and everything works fine for me. Any other users who login to server cannot use commands. What I want to happen: Any first-time users fall into the "Newbie" group, and be able to use commands I allow in permissions.yml (in this example, "/rg info" and "/rg list") Presently, when users attempt to use ANY command, they get red message "You don't have permission." Likewise, immediately when typing a command ("/rg info" in this example), as soon as they type "/r", (before pressing enter) a message pops up "Unknown or incomplete command, see below for error at position 1: /<--[HERE]" I started building my permissions.yml file using example from this post: https://bukkit.org/threads/bukkit-guide-permissions.50305/ I have also tried several other variations of formatting I've found, all give the same result (or errors). My OS: Windows 10 Build 18363.1256 64-Bit Java version: 1.8.0_271, 64-Bit Running craftbukkit using command: "java -Xms2G -Xmx2G -jar craftbukkit-1.16.4.jar" Plugins in plugin folder: worldedit-bukkit-7.2.0-dist.jar, worldguard-bukkit-7.0.4 Here is my permissions.yml file: Code: groups: Newbie: default: true permissions: - worldguard.region.info.* - worldguard.region.list inheritance:  info: prefix:  build: true suffix: '' Member: default: false permissions:  inheritance: - Newbie info:  Owner: default: false permissions:  inheritance: - Member info:  I have tried listing the permission commands in 'quotes' as I've seen in other examples, still get the same result. I have also tried "worldguard.region.info.*", "worldguard.region.list.*", "worldguard.region.*", "worldguard.*" and still get the same results. I have tried using 4 spaces instead of two for indentations as seen in other examples, no change (or sometimes errors). I feel like I'm missing something fundamental, but any help to get me going would be appreciated.