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Permission Overrides

Permission overrides allow you to allow or deny a specific role the ability to use a command, regardless of group permissions.

Creating a permission override#

To create a permission override, you use the permission-override command.

Use the permission-override add sub-command, and the prompts will guide you.

.po addWhat role would you like to override?

This prompt will expire in 300 seconds. Say "cancel" to cancel.

Promote PermissionsWhat command would you like to add an override for?

This prompt will expire in 300 seconds. Say "cancel" to cancel.

roleAllow or deny usage of the command? (allow/deny)

This prompt will expire in 300 seconds. Say "cancel" to cancel.

allowAdded role command override for Promote Permissions (allow)

tip
  • Don't want to ping the role you're changing an override for? Just use the role's name.

  • Don't want to type permission-override every time? Just type in po.

  • Instead of having to follow the prompts, you can put it in one message if you put the arguments in the same order.

Viewing permission overrides#

Use the permission-override view sub-command, and RoManager will display all permission overrides.

.po viewrole: Promote PermissionsNone

Removing permission overrides#

Use the permission-override remove sub-command and follow the prompts.

.po removeWhat command would you like to remove the overrides for?

This prompt will expire in 300 seconds. Say "cancel" to cancel.

roleWhat role would you like to edit the permissions of?

This prompt will expire in 300 seconds. Say "cancel" to cancel.

Promote PermissionsCleared role command overrides for Promote Permissions.