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Server settings

Server settings can only be changed by admins, users with the 'Ban Members' permission or .fmbot admins.

.serverreactions

Sets the emote reactions for every .fm command in your server.

To disable, simply use .serverreactions without any emotes.

Make sure the emotes you enable are on your server.

Max amount of emotes is 3. Please put a space between every emote.

Examples

.serverreactions :PagChomp: :PensiveBlob:

.serverreactions 😀 😯 🥵

.serverreactions 😀 😯 :PensiveBlob:

.serverreactions


.togglecommand

You can enable/disable commands per channel.

To view all disabled commands, use .togglecommand without any options.

Make sure to enter commands without without the . prefix.

Examples

.togglecommand

.togglecommand chart

.togglecommand whoknows


.toggleservercommand

You can enable/disable commands server-wide.

To view all disabled commands, use .toggleservercommand without any options.

Make sure to enter commands without without the . prefix.

Examples

.toggleservercommand

.toggleservercommand chart

.toggleservercommand whoknows


.prefix

This command allows you to change the .fmbot prefix on your server.

To disable your custom prefix, use the prefix command without any prefix behind it.

Note that you can always mention the bot, this will work regardless of prefix.

Examples

.prefix

.prefix !

@.fmbot prefix

Examples of commands when prefix is set to !

!fm

!chart

!whoknows

!topalbums

!prefix


Prefix update

Default prefix has been changed as of August 20

After testing this out for a bit and getting (positive) feedback we've decided to support the . prefix by default alongside the .fm prefix.

For example, you can now also use .whoknows instead of only .fmwhoknows.


Does this mean I have to change how I use .fmbot?

No! If you wish to remain prefixing all commands with .fm that's fine, this will always remain available by default.

Is it possible to change this back if I want?

Yes. Simply use .prefix .fm and it won't respond to commands with just the . prefix, except for the main .fm command of course. Note that this documentation site will also move to having the . prefix.