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[Issue] Discord integration does not respect different channel configs #163

Norway174 opened this Issue Sep 9, 2018 · 2 comments


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Norway174 commented Sep 9, 2018

Base informations

Minecraft version:
DiscordIntegration version:
Server type and version: Forge/Spigot/Sponge
Link to pastebin with (censored) config: Optional

Expected behavior

Only accept commands in <channel ID: Two>. And not relay the chat.
Only relay the chat in <channel ID: One>. And ignore commands.

Actual behavior

The command added in <channel ID: Two> can be executed from <channel ID: One>. Even though <channel ID: One> has no commands defined.

<channel ID: Two> will not execute any commands while "relayChat": false, despite "canExecuteCommands": true.

<channel ID: One> can also still execute commands with "canExecuteCommands": false.

I can make <channel ID: Two> execute commands by setting "relayChat": true. But that will also relay the chat to Minecraft.

Steps to reproduce

Use the supplied config. Replace all the required fields.
<secret> = Bot Token.
<channel ID: One> = Discord channel ID to the first channel. The one you want to have public, and talk back and forth from the server.
<channel ID: Two> = The second discord channel. For admins & bots only. Used to execute commands on the server.


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Godvil commented Nov 18, 2018

Same Issue here! Please fix.


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Rarcie commented Nov 21, 2018

All of the custom messages aren't working for me.
For example, a user dying would make the bot say "{USER} just died due to {REASON}!" despite me changing that message.

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