Difference between revisions of "Chat Commands"

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It is possible to communicate with people on your server using OpenKore.  
 
It is possible to communicate with people on your server using OpenKore.  
  
<math>g [your message here</math>  
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<i>g [your message here]</i>
 
This sends a message to your guild.
 
This sends a message to your guild.
  
<math>c [your message here]</math>
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<i>c [your message here]</i>
 
This sends a normal chat message.
 
This sends a normal chat message.
  
<math>p [your message here]</math}
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<i>p [your message here]</i>
 
This sends a message to your party
 
This sends a message to your party
  
<math>pm [player] [your message here]</math>
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<i>pm [player] [your message here]</i>
 
This sends a personal message.
 
This sends a personal message.
  
 
If you're playing a private server with @commands, any one of these can be used to activate those. If your server has a @main channel, occasionally sending some messages on there is a quick but effective way to prevent being caught.
 
If you're playing a private server with @commands, any one of these can be used to activate those. If your server has a @main channel, occasionally sending some messages on there is a quick but effective way to prevent being caught.

Revision as of 05:06, 16 October 2009

It is possible to communicate with people on your server using OpenKore.

g [your message here] This sends a message to your guild.

c [your message here] This sends a normal chat message.

p [your message here] This sends a message to your party

pm [player] [your message here] This sends a personal message.

If you're playing a private server with @commands, any one of these can be used to activate those. If your server has a @main channel, occasionally sending some messages on there is a quick but effective way to prevent being caught.