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  1. #11
    Quote Originally Posted by armypoilce View Post
    hello,
    this code works well On Say;Admin;Text /;Say %p%: %targettext%
    1 question will this chat go to just admins or to all because im looking for one that goes to admins
    Just admins added to the ProCon layer
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  2. #12
    Quote Originally Posted by iraqiboy90 View Post
    Just admins added to the ProCon layer
    oki ty

  3. #13
    this is to all not to admins :P can it be re coded so it just goes to admins please?

  4. #14
    Quote Originally Posted by armypoilce View Post
    this is to all not to admins :P can it be re coded so it just goes to admins please?
    Use this
    On Say;Admin;Text /;Say %targettext%

    Dont add %p% to it
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  5. #15
    Quote Originally Posted by iraqiboy90 View Post
    Use this
    On Say;Admin;Text /;Say %targettext%

    Dont add %p% to it
    players can still see it

  6. #16
    use this:
    Code:
    On Say;Admin; Text /;AdminSay %targettext%

    if you want to show which admin msged use this:
    Code:
    On Say;Admin; Text /;AdminSay [%p%] %targettext%

    EDIT:

    Some info on this code.

    Lets break the code down..

    On Say;Admin; Text /;AdminSay [%p%] %targettext%


    On Say; - means trigger this when someone says something in chat
    Admin; that comes after On Say; (example: On Say;Admin; ) means when an admin says something in chat


    Text /; - means when player say something in chat that starts with this: /
    AdminSay - means say whatever comes after this to only admins who are online in server.
    %targettext% - means, in this code, whatever text comes after "/". So if you were to write "/test hello world" in chat %targettext% would be "test hello world"


    hope this helped

    heres an instructions link for ProconRulz to help you code in it:

    http://www.forsterlewis.com/proconrulz.pdf
    Last edited by BuRockK; 06-04-2016 at 04:32.

 

 

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