Originally Posted by MasterOfTheXP
Try making some configs for maps you want to disable the plugin on. Like, if you wanted to disable on a map named map_01, you would make a new config in cstrike/cfgs/ named map_01.cfg. In that, you can place commands you want to execute on that map, in your case sm plugins unload <pluginname>
If that doesn't work, you could always edit the source of the plugin to check if the server is currently running a certain map, and to unload itself or refuse to do anything on that map.
I'll try the first option.
Imagine the map is: aim_redline
Where should I put the aim_redline.cfg ? cstrike/cfg ?
And will this new .cfg file a priority? I mean will the commands in this file overwrite all commands in any other .cfg files?