Cmdr: A fully extensible and type safe command console for Roblox Developers

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I totally understand that, I’m more confused on one of my ban reasons and everytime I try to talk to people about one of my ban reasons, I get stone-walled and nobody has a good enough explanation to back their side up.

Maybe I can talk to you about it, in Devforum’s private messaging?

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I cannot seem to add permissions to my cmdr. Where do I put the permissions?

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Permissions aren’t built into Cmdr and you will have to make the system yourself.

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Adding onto what @SpaceDice999 said, you would need to program your own permission system with hooks, specifically a BeforeRun hook.

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return function(registry)
	registry:RegisterHook("BeforeRun", function(context)
		if context.Group == "DefaultAdmin" and context.Executor.UserId == game.CreatorId then
			return "You don't have permission to run this command"
		end
		if context.Group == "DefaultAdmin" and not (context.Executor:GetRankInGroup(8423759) == 14) then
			return "You don't have permission to run this command"
		end
		registry:RegisterHook("AfterRun", function(context)
			print(context.Response)
			return "Successfully ran that command."
		end)
	end)
end
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You should not be registering a hook within another hook. Also, your hook does not permit the game’s owner (if it is a user rather than a group) to run any commands.

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How would I be able to fix this?

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I recommend deleting the AfterRun hook if you will not be using it.

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return function(registry)
	registry:RegisterHook("BeforeRun", function(context)
		if context.Group == "DefaultAdmin" and context.Executor.UserId == game.CreatorId then
			return "You don't have permission to run this command"
		end
		if context.Group == "DefaultAdmin" and not (context.Executor:GetRankInGroup(8423759) == 14) then
			return "You don't have permission to run this command"
		end
	end)
end

What do I do now?

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use and enjoy cmdr maybe? (if it works sure)

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How would I go about making a announcment command using the new TextChatService?

I suppose the nil value is supposed to be a player but how do I do that?

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That error appears to be an error coming from one of your scripts dealing with TextChatService.

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Yeah realised that some hours earlier. Exhaustion is real.I fixed that.
I have a question though:
Does Cmdr have a list of groups? can I configure them? add some?

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How would I allow certain players to use commands?

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Use a BeforeRun hook to limit the command

i must be the most confused person ever in here because i literally dont know how to get the commands working, i got an error

ReplicatedStorage.CmdR_Main.Cmdr.Shared.Registry:147: attempt to call a Instance value

Hello, How do i bind cmdr to mobile?

can you send file for it please??

Will Cmdr ever have support for mobile?