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Silent Join/Leave for Staff Members toggle

Discussion in 'Skript' started by ItsMCB, Jun 2, 2020.

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  1. ItsMCB

    ItsMCB Member

    May 20, 2018
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    The goal of this script is to let staff members toggle their silent join/leave function. When on, normal players will not be notified when staff members who have this toggled on join or leave. When off, it alerts everyone like every other player. I'm really not sure what's wrong with this. I think the fact that I haven't slept in 24 hours might be messing with my mental functionality. Thanks in advance :emoji_slight_smile:

    Code (Text):
    1. on first join:
    2.     execute console command "/mvtp %player% Spawn"
    3.     execute console command "/warp rules %player%"
    5. on join:
    6.     set join message to ""
    7.     wait 1 tick
    8.     send player title "&bVexel Games" with subtitle "Welcome back, %player%"
    9.     make player execute command "/motd"
    10.     set tab header to "{@bar}%nl%&bVexel Games" and footer to "&lVexelGames.mcpro.io%nl%&3» &7Balance &f/bal%nl%{@bar}" for player
    11.     {staffchat.%uuid of player%} is not set
    12.     set {staffchat.%uuid of player%} to false
    14. on join:
    15.     if {_silentjoin::%player%} is false:
    16.         wait 1 tick
    17.         set join message to ""
    18.         broadcast "Hi %player%!!!"
    19.         stop
    20. on quit:
    21.     if {_silentjoin::%player%} is false:
    22.         wait 1 tick
    23.         set quit message to ""
    24.         broadcast "Cya %player%!!!"
    25.         stop
    27. command /silentjoin [<text>]:
    28.     aliases: /sj
    29.     permission: {@silentjoin}
    30.     permission message: "{@prefix} &cNo permission."
    31.     trigger:
    32.         send "Activated." to player #Testing purposes only.
    33.         if arg 1 is "on":
    34.             set {_silentjoin::%player%} to true
    35.             send "True %player%" to player
    36.         if arg 1 is "off":
    37.             set {_silentjoin::%player%} to false
    38.             send "False %player%" to player
    39.         else if arg 1 is not set:
    40.             if {_silentjoin::%player%} is false:
    41.                 set {_silentjoin::%player%} to true
    42.                 send "True and on" to player              
    43.             else if {_silentjoin::%player%} is true:
    44.                 set {_silentjoin::%player%} to false
    45.                 send "False and off" to player
    46.         else:
    47.             send "{@prefix} &cUnknown argument"
  2. Nikd0

    Nikd0 Active Member

    May 30, 2020
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    You mustn't use "_" at the start of the variable if you want to use it also somewhere else.
    Change variable to:
    Code (Text):
    1. {silentjoin::%player%}
    Also I think you forgot to set join message to nothing on join and on leave when {silentjoin::%player%} is true or not set.
    Code (Text):
    1. on join:
    2.     set join message to ""
    3.     if {_silentjoin::%player%} is false:
    4.         wait 1 tick
    5.         broadcast "Hi %player%!!!"
    6.         stop
    Then, I would recommend you not to use booleans true and false but instead use true and deleted or false and deleted.
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