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The in-game commands are each tied to a specific function of the game, such as the Shop, Gimme, Teleports, etc. Each individual feature can be turned on or off by the Server Admins, so if you can't use Gimme, or if the Teleport commands don't seem to work, it's probably because the features are disabled by your Admins.

Also note that the chat prefix in the examples is a $ symbol. Your server may use ! or / or some other symbol.


Call for Admin

The $calladmin feature is used to create a help ticket that the Admins can see on the CSMM site. When creating the ticket, CSMM will automatically snapshot information about the player who runs it, including their location and a copy of their current inventory. You can enter a useful message after the command name itself. The more descriptive you are, the more helpful it is to describe the problem. Simply doing $calladmin help is not likely to get you a fast or helpful response. Usage of the command looks like this:

$calladmin The trader at this spot is broken.

Once the ticket is created, you can see it by signing in to CSMM; it will appear as a blue dot at the top of the CSMM bar near the 'Support' link. You can see comments or questions from the admins who respond, and can respond back.


Gimme

The Gimme feature is a long-standing 7 Days popular command. Players type the command $gimme in chat, and the server will randomly pick from a list of pre-defined things to do, set by the Admins. Gimme can be configured to cost money or be free, set to have a cooldown, and restricted by permissions to a certain role or level in CSMM.

The server can do the following three things:

  1. Give items to the player directly.
  2. Spawn entities near the player, such as zombies, bears, etc.
  3. Run console commands.

Between these three things, the Server Admins can do some pretty creative things. 


Player Tracking

There are two common player tracking commands availble in CSMM: seen, and who. Each can be used to obtain information about other players. 

Seen

The seen command shows when a player was last online.

$seen <playername>

$seen Corran

Who 

The who command tells you which players have been in the area around you. You can run the command as-is, or add a number to it to define how many blocks around your current position it will review.

$who

$who 5

The command will return a list of the players who have been in the specific spot/radius in the last few days. 


Player Teleports

When Player Teleports are enabled, players can mark specific spots in the world as locations that they can teleport back to. The amount of locations that can be marked is defined by the Server Admins when they configure the Player Teleports feature in CSMM.

As a player, you can make as many teleport locations as the admins allow you to, and can make those teleport locations public (meaning that anyone can teleport to them) or private (only you can use them) at any time. Marking teleport locations as public or private may come at a cost, depending on how your Admins configure it.


CommandDescription

$settele <teleport name>

Create a teleport location at the current coordinates you are standing on.

$tele <teleport name>

Teleports the player to the specific teleport location. You can only teleport to your locations, or ones that are made public.

$removetele <teleport name>

Deletes a teleport location from the list. You can only delete your own teleport locations.
$listteleLists all of your private teleport locations.
$listtele publicLists all public teleport locations.
$renametele <oldname> <newname>Renames a teleport location from one name to another.
$telepublic <teleport name>Makes the specified teleport location public.
$teleprivate <teleport name>Makes the specified teleport location private.


Economy and Shop

Economy

The Economy feature of CSMM allows you to earn currency for a variety of actions, such as killing zombies, players, and for simply being online for a period of time. These coins can be spent by buying custom commands that have a price, and in the Shop feature of CSMM. Check your economy balance by typing $balance in chat.

Shop

Each server has a unique shop, populated with items by the Server Admins. You can browse and buy from the shop in-game, and also via CSMM in a graphical UI. Once your purchases are complete, you can claim your items in-game. The shop can be accessed two ways, and when you run the $shop command in-game, it will reply with instructions for how to access it in-game, and the URL for the website to access it that way.


CommandDescription

$shop

Display the URL for the web interface, and provide instructions on how to use the in-game shop commands.

$shop 1

$shop 2

Displays Page 1 of the shop contents via PM. Each item is numbered for easy reference, shows the currency cost, and the name of the item. Changing the '1' to a '2' would display all of the items on Page 2 of the shop. This can be repeated for however many pages of shop items there are.

$shop buy 1 4

Purchases the 4th shop item on page 1.
$claim listSends a PM to you with the list of items you've purchased from the shop.
$claim

Claims the items you've purchased from the shop and spawns them. If your server has CPM installed, the items will appear in your inventory, and if not, they will fall to the ground at your feet. Be mindful of standing on sloped surfaces or other areas where items may fall out of reach quickly!

Note: The $claim command will only deliver 10 items at a time, so you may need to run it several times in a row to obtain everything. If you think something didn't spawn, you can do $claim list to review what items you haven't claimed yet.

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