This command will allow you to set an alias for a channel. Please note that you can only use the channel if you have permission to be on it and the channel is turned on. This is useful for setting aliases without +.
The existing channel system handles aliases that use + and is unrelated to the addcom command. It is suggested your aliases are at least two letters long. Please be aware that any aliases that conflict with other commands will cause problems.
IMPORTANT: You must type @set me=!no_command to use the aliases.
Syntax: +addcom <alias>=<Channel>
You can now type:
You will see:
[Channel] <You> says, "Hi!"
(Keep in mind that when using an alias like this, however, you will not be able to use semicolons on the channel (such as in emoticons), due to the way @force works.)
This command will allow you to remove an alias you have set.
Syntax: +delcom <alias>
This command will list what aliases you have set.
X-Factor has a softcoded system to allow players to have up to 50 private channels with other players. Private channels are only visible and joinable by channel members; any member of a channel can add new members.
If you'd like a public channel created for a particular topic, please page staff or submit a +request.
+channel/create <channel> - Creates a new channel, visible only to you. +channel/add <channel>=<name> - Adds someone else to a channel.
Players added to a channel can then add others to the channel as well. If the player is online, they will receive a message notifying them. Players must subsequently @channel/on <channel name> to join the channel.
See +help +channel for the on-game helpfile.
The following channels are public and open for anyone to join. To join, @channel/on <channel name>.
If you would like to request a new public channel on a certain topic, just ask a Staff member or send in a +request!