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Add an extra setting for MOTDs #84

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sammyt291 opened this Issue Nov 20, 2016 · 3 comments

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sammyt291 commented Nov 20, 2016

Hello,

When disabling the ulx motd there are 4 options.

It would be good to have a second option for disabling it completely but remove the chat message that occurs when someone uses !motd or presses the button.

This is very handy for when we use other MOTDs with ULX.

All the best,
Sam.

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I do not understand the utility in this. Are many people trying to use the
MOTD command while it is disabled?
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Hello,

When disabling the ulx motd there are 4 options http://bit.ly/2fsDSLq.

It would be good to have a second option for disabling it completely but
remove the chat message that occurs when someone uses !motd or presses the
button.

This is very handy for when we use other MOTDs with ULX.

All the best,
Sam.


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I do not understand the utility in this. Are many people trying to use the
MOTD command while it is disabled?
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Hello,

When disabling the ulx motd there are 4 options http://bit.ly/2fsDSLq.

It would be good to have a second option for disabling it completely but
remove the chat message that occurs when someone uses !motd or presses the
button.

This is very handy for when we use other MOTDs with ULX.

All the best,
Sam.


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Yes, as other motds also tend to use the !motd command

sammyt291 commented Nov 20, 2016

Yes, as other motds also tend to use the !motd command

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guess even just a convar to disable the chat message it outputs would work:
ulx_motdprint 1/0 (default 1)

if motd is disabled and that cvar is 0 then just silently fail on the !motd command,
if motd is disabled and that cvar is 1 then print the usual message.

sammyt291 commented Nov 21, 2016

guess even just a convar to disable the chat message it outputs would work:
ulx_motdprint 1/0 (default 1)

if motd is disabled and that cvar is 0 then just silently fail on the !motd command,
if motd is disabled and that cvar is 1 then print the usual message.

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