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Hello.  I'm the head of an SG, and am trying to add permission for an SG leader to moderate one of our sg OOC channels.    When I  type in the command:  

/chan_user_mode "Dauntless OOC" @GLOBALNAME +operator

(using of course the player's global name in place of GLOBALNAME )


I keep getting the following error Message:


Usage:chan_user_mode takes 3 args, you gave 4. 
Sets user permissions for specified user on channel.
You must have operator status to set permissions.
Syntax: chan_user_mode <CHANNEL NAME> <PLAYER_NAME> < OPTIONS...>
Valid Options:
-join kicks user from channel
+send / -send gives/removes user ability to send messages to channel
+operator / -operator gives/removes operator status from another user in the channel
chan_user_mode <string> <string> <string>


I can’t figure out what I’m doing wrong.  Help?

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If the global username had a space, that may be why the command saw four arguments.


/Chan_user_mode "Dauntless OOC" "@Global with Space" +operator

Just a guess.  I haven't tried it, but I've had to quote-out usernames on a macro before.

Titan Network Staff | Cape Radio DJ | Triumph Veteran
Everlasting Server - Main Toons: Tahquitz, Paige Pirillo, Major Epoch, Matoaka.


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I know this is really late, but just for future reference, you need to get rid of the "@". The command assumes that the name you are providing is already a global. Also, what Tahquitz said is true. If the Global Name has a space in it, you need to put it in quotes.

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