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I'm wondering how to change the intro sound played when an admin connects? I know the admin blocks in silent are in userdb.db, but how would I modify that?



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Hi Sneak,
 
You can use !useredit command (for individual users):
 
http://mygamingtalk....bot#.21useredit
 
Or you can edit them in your shrubbot file where you specify your admin levels (for all users at that level):
[level]
level    = 1
name     = Regular
flags    = aMt
greeting = A regular has joined
greeting_sound = sound/xxx/xxx.wav

Edited by hellreturn, 13 April 2013 - 07:56 AM.


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Weird, doesn't seem to be showing everything I wrote, even though I see it in when I edit it.

 

 

Anyway - you can also specify default sounds in the shrubbot file:

 

[level]
level = 1
name = Regular
flags = aMt
greeting = A regular has joined
greeting_sound = sound/xxx/xxx.wav



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Weird, doesn't seem to be showing everything I wrote, even though I see it in when I edit it.

 

 

Anyway - you can also specify default sounds in the shrubbot file:

 

[level]
level = 1
name = Regular
flags = aMt
greeting = A regular has joined
greeting_sound = sound/xxx/xxx.wav

 

Thanks I'll try it this way, I thought I read somewhere that you can't do this in silent.



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In ETPub, user levels were set in this file as well, but they've moved that to the user database.    But the shrubbot file is still used for storing bans, warnings, and defining admin levels.  All information related to a user is now in the database, but there is a nice set of robust commands that you can run to view and edit entries the database.  



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don't see a delete button.. so editing


Edited by ETsneak, 01 April 2013 - 05:53 PM.





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