You do not have access to that command.

Discussion in 'Plugin Requests' started by MacMasterMac, May 28, 2016.

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    When you do a command and you don't have access to it, it should say "You do not have access to that command" But you see many things like "Error: You don't have enough permissions", You do not have access to that command in colorcode c and 4, No permission, ETC.
    It should just say 1 simple sin.
    It's not like command blocker
    I hope somebody knows what I mean :3
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    This cannot be changed by a plugin. The denied permission sentence is coded in the plugin that you are using.
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    Well, there's a plugin that does that but you need to enter every single command...
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    There is a way to do this. Have you ever heard of the essentials messages.en or something file
    One of the messages includes the one you are talking about. I changed mine successfully.
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    @tspierer2 yes you can change but its only essentials no permission message.
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    I Al Istannen

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    It kinda works like this, but you've to type every command and that's a waste of time
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    timtower Administrator Administrator Moderator

    @MacMasterMac It is impossible for us to check it as well.
    Not all commands are listed in the plugin.yml, the sub-commands certainly aren't
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