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giumbalau
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Old 02-21-2021 , 04:36   set admin acces
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Anyone can set admin acces for this command please ?
ADMIN_KICK
PHP Code:
#include <amxmodx>
#include <amxmisc>
#include <geoip>

#pragma semicolon 1

new const g_version[] = "1.0";

public 
plugin_init()
{
    
register_plugin"Amx showip"g_version"" );

    
register_concmd"amx_showip""cmdShow");
}

public 
cmdShowi_IndexiLeveliCid )
{
    if( !
cmd_accessi_IndexiLeveliCid) )
    {
        return 
PLUGIN_HANDLED;
    }

    static 
iPlayers32 ], iNumiIndex;
    
get_playersiPlayersiNum"c" );

    
client_printi_Indexprint_console"NAME | IP | COUNTRY" );

    for( 
0iNumi++ )
    {
        
Index iPlayers];

        if( 
is_user_connectedIndex ) )
        {
            static 
szName33 ], Ip33 ], szCountry46 ];
            
get_user_nameIndexszNamecharsmaxszName ) );
            
get_user_ipIndexIpcharsmaxIp ) );
            
geoip_countryIpszCountrycharsmaxszCountry ) );

            
client_printi_Indexprint_console"%s | %s | %s"szNameIpszCountry );
        }
    }

    return 
PLUGIN_CONTINUE;

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Old 02-21-2021 , 06:39   Re: set admin acces
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You can set admin access for this command in cmdaccess.ini. The command should already be listed and you simply need to change the flag that you want to require to use the command. You can find what flag you need to use by looking in users.ini. The flag for kick is "c".
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Old 02-21-2021 , 11:56   Re: set admin acces
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Originally Posted by fysiks View Post
You can set admin access for this command in cmdaccess.ini. The command should already be listed and you simply need to change the flag that you want to require to use the command. You can find what flag you need to use by looking in users.ini. The flag for kick is "c".
Yes but the problem is that i want to add this command in admincmd ... i have lot of plugins and my server is lagging
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Old 02-21-2021 , 17:13   Re: set admin acces
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The number of plugins has nothing to do with your server lagging. You can have 1000 plugins if you want.

One poorly coded plugin is enough to cause problems. Moreover, I don't see how adding it in another plugin will prevent cmdaccess.ini from working.
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Old 02-21-2021 , 19:41   Re: set admin acces
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You should always put new commands in a non-default plugin when possible (i.e. create a new plugin for your custom admin commands) because it will cause issues when you attempt to upgrade AMX Mod X. Also, it doesn't matter what plugin the commands are in. It doesn't matter what plugin the command is in, cmdaccess.ini will still work. It has nothing to do with number of plugins or your server's poor performance.
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Old 02-22-2021 , 03:53   Re: set admin acces
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You should always put new commands in a non-default plugin when possible (i.e. create a new plugin for your custom admin commands) because it will cause issues when you attempt to upgrade AMX Mod X. Also, it doesn't matter what plugin the commands are in. It doesn't matter what plugin the command is in, cmdaccess.ini will still work. It has nothing to do with number of plugins or your server's poor performance.
Ok thanks
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