Swear block for under 13's

Discussion in 'Archived: Plugin Requests' started by PREDATOR22233, Mar 19, 2013.

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    PREDATOR22233

    i have had a lot of complaints about people picking langage up off my server so i was wondering if anyone could make a plugin that does not allow people to see swear words until they have done a command such as /filter or /nofilter. the email from a players parent (filterd)

    To whoever this may concern:
    i am writing to complain that my five year old son was swearing at the computor the other day. his exact words were "this f****ing thing wont go right", please put a chat filter on your game or i can not allow my son to play any more.
    yours faithfully, Anne Boyard.

    now the issue lies that players would not appreciate this at all and i want to keep them ALL happy so a chat filter for only certen people to bypass and others not to see would be great :) thanks.


    basic breakdown
    people who type /filter cannot see others swear or swear themselvs
    people that type /nofilter can see others swear and swear themselvs

    also a message when you join that tells you the commands like "please type /filter if your under (age, configurable) or /nofilter if your over (age, configurable) please be honest"
     
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    muffinjello

    PREDATOR22233
    Great suggestion - I'll talk to the other admin on my server who makes plugins, we already have an anti-spam plugin, so this shouldn't be relatively hard to implement...
     
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    LaxWasHere

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    muffinjello

    LaxWasHere , Correct me if I'm wrong, but does Pwnfilter let you toggle on / off swearing to specific players?

    PREDATOR22233 Do you still need this? Meh, making it anyways for my own server

    EDIT by Moderator: merged posts, please use the edit button instead of double posting.
     
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    Tirelessly

    You should probably tell them not to allow their 5 year old son on a multiplayer game?
     
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    muffinjello

    Tirelessly Best solution, probably... after all, can't really prevent inappropriate builds and such.
     
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    PREDATOR22233

    that would be great if you could make this :) thanks

    yes some owners may do that, but i value every last one of my players and i wont tell a player to never come back again if i can find a solution as i said i want everyone happy.
     
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    Spawnstah

    Im impressed their 5 year old can read at all :)
     
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    Tirelessly

    Even so, nothing good will come out of having a 5 year old on the internet.
     
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    sebdomsan54

    hes not saying there five only the people who play on his server can range from 5-21 and every one has a right to play this game its not rated M its rated E and hes trying to make the best of both so this request has my support
     
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    Tirelessly

     
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    sebdomsan54

    but not all players are 5
     
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    Tirelessly

    What are you getting at..? I'm just saying that a 5 year old shouldn't be on a multiplayer game.
     
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    sebdomsan54

    thats not true it helps promote social skill maby not an open envornment such as this server but a closed one sure( closed=family like brothers or father and yes i know a father that plays minecraft with 16 year old son and his 8 year old girl)
     
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    tremor

    I can look into this but, I doubt that the way chat event works it is possible. Filters are run against a message going into chat and then altered before being displayed to everyone.. this would probably require a complete chat handling plugin that uses channels or something like that. Players could enter the safe-global or the free-global and the chat filter would have to send the safe msg to one and the raw msg to the other.
     
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    sebdomsan54

    i think that would be fine for him but can you add a permition for chanle switching
     

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