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FlexHub General => Help / Support => FAQ => Topic started by: LadyStardust on April 14, 2011, 20:12:47

Title: Some !set settings explanations
Post by: LadyStardust on April 14, 2011, 20:12:47
All categories in !set Security settings work the same and have the same basic options:

Length limits:
   .._maxlength      Maximum length of the message
   .._minlength      Minimum length of the message
   .._length_action      Action to take when message is too short or too long

Anti flood settings:
For most categories there are 2 different limits: 1 and 2, each with their own independent settings.
The first limit is normally used to ignore more messages, or notify or warn a user about sending too many of these messages.
The second limit is normally used for a more severe action: kick or ban the user because it's most likely the user is intentionally flooding the hub.
   
   .._usermax1 <number>      When this number of messages is sent in...
   .._usertime1 <seconds>   ...this many seconds...
   .._useraction1 <action>   ...this action will be performed.

   .._usermax1 <number>      When this number of messages is sent in...
   .._usertime1 <time>      ...this many seconds...
   .._useraction1 <action>   ...this action will be performed.

For actions you can choose the following: Ignore, Notify, Warn, Mute, Disconnect, Kick, Ban, Redirect, NotifyOpchat, LockMain