1. Commands for the Tournament Master

/schiri NAME
The tournament master appoints a player to be referee. (They can also appoint themselves.)


2. Commands for Referees


/listroom turnier |GAMENAME
This function lists all the tournament rooms with that game (this command is not limited to referees).


//ooption A-Z Option1[:value],Option2 [value],[...]
These commands are used for setting BSWS rooms in the stadium
A-Z gives the room numbers excluding the prefix (e.g. use 1 for T1). If there is a value needed for an option you can use a colon.
Example: result:Siedler-Ergebnisse
In order to deactivate certain game options, you can use an exclaimation mark!
Example: !ritter

Examples:
  • The complete instruction for ten tournament rooms (T1-T10) with the options "turnier" and "result", but without "ritter"would look like:
    /ooption 1-10 turnier,result:Siedler-Ergebnisse,!ritter
  • Ligretto:  /ooption 13-23 SELFSTART,RESULT:BSWS-Ligo,INVISIBLE
It's also possible to pin the options; it suffices to write the name in capital letters then. The option <selfstart> allows any player to start a game, even when he is not a referee .
Invisible is an important option for your rooms, so they will not be shown in the Game Manager so it prevents all kind of players to join the game.


/ostart A-Z Option1[:value],Option2 [value],[...]
With these instruction several BSWS games can be started at the same time.
Also here it's possible to use the options. This can be done in the same way as /ooption A-Z Option1[:value],Option2 [value],[...].

Example:
CCE: /ostart 15-28 erweiterung,result:BSWS-CCE,start:1,invisible

3. important Channel commands

/chwho
Shows which users are in the channel.

/exit
Use this command to leave the channel.

/makeoper
Makes the player in the channel with the highest rank an Operator.
If a higher-ranked player enters the channel, the Operator status is not passed on automatically.

/mode closed=on|off
When a channel is in CLOSED mode, nobody else can enter it. This is shown in the Channel tool with a (C).

/mode moderated=on|off
Only Operators and VIPs may speak when a channel is in MODERATED mode. This is shown in the Channel Tool as (M).

/mode quiet=on|off
In a channel in QUIET mode, there is no notification when someone enters or leaves the channel. This is shown in the Channel Tool with (Q).

/oper NAME=+/-Operator
Gives the player (additional) Operator (O) status (+) or removes it (-).

/oper NAME=+/-VIP
Makes the indicated player a VIP (V). This allows a player to speak even when the channel mode is set to MODERATED.

/chmotd TEXT
Sets the channel motto. It's also possible to enter multiple lines with /chmotd Line1|Line2|Line3

/chkick NAME
Throws the named player out of the channel. VIPs may also use this command.

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