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  1. #1
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    Prevent people from moving people out of channel

    Hello

    I'm not an expert by any definition on Permissions, and I probably have alot to learn/fix in my system.
    But on my server, I got an channel for AFK people, and I've set it so no one can talk in there.
    But my question is, is there a way to prevent people from moving people out from that channel into others?
    We're just a small group of friends using it, but I've gotten some requests if this was possible.

    Is it?

    Any help would be awesome

  2. #2
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    You could set a i_client_needed_move_power with a value of 100 as a channel permission into the channel.
    This will only work when there are not admins who can change this.

    Or you just could tell your people to stopp that. Or Tell the people who are AFK to mute themself.
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  3. #3
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    October 2015
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    I figured it out 15-20 min after posting.
    I've sorted it so they don't have enough talkpower in there. But there are always someone that are gonna have fun, so they drag people out from there :P
    But it's sorted, so we can close this thread

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