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  1. #1
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    July 2017
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    "Blocked user" group

    Hi,

    so far my ts3 is turning out great. Yet I want to add a server group for temporarily restricting users, which mutes them.

    I have four user levels:
    Server Admin (Server Group)
    Channel Mod (Channel Group)
    Channel User (Channel Group)
    Server User (Server Group)
    Guest (default Server Group)
    Blocked (temp. Server Group)

    I want Channel Mods to be able to apply the "Blocked" group to everyone but Channel Mods or Server Admins.

    So I set up the permissions:

    Code:
    Server Admin (Server Group)
    i_client_needed_permission_modify_power 75
    i_client_permission_modify_power 75
    
    Channel Mod (Channel Group)
    i_client_needed_permission_modify_power 50
    i_client_permission_modify_power 20
    i_group_member_add_power 10
    i_group_member_remove_power 10
    
    Channel User (Channel Group)
    i_client_needed_permission_modify_power 25
    
    Server User (Server Group)
    i_client_needed_permission_modify_power 20
    
    Guest (default Server Group)
    i_client_needed_permission_modify_power 20
    
    Blocked (temp. Server Group)
    i_group_needed_member_add_power 10
    i_group_needed_member_remove_power 10
    i_client_talk_power -1 (Skip)
    From these values, I would expect that Channelmods can apply "Blocked" to Server Users and Guests, but not anything else.
    Actually, I can even do that to other Channelmods as a mod (tried with multiple identities).
    Apparently, the i_client_permission_modify_power of Channelmod is matched against i_client_needed_permission_modify_power of the Server User Group, but is not affected by any i_client_needed_permission_modify_power in a Channel group.

    Maybe I'm lacking another pretty obvious setting, but it doesnt seem right to me.

    Regards, LDer

  2. #2
    Join Date
    March 2017
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    Hello this is farely simple when it comes to adding groups to other users there are two basic permissions which are

    i_client_add_power
    i_client_needed_add_power

    i_client_add_power is the power that the group has to add to other groups (in your case this should be 0)

    Needed add power is how much power a group needs to add to another group.

    Make sure your channel mod group doesn't have skip permission enabled.

    If none of this works feel free to contact me and I could pop on and help out if necessary.

  3. #3
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    July 2017
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    Hi Jaden, thanks for the reply,

    Quote Originally Posted by JadenG View Post
    i_client_add_power
    i_client_needed_add_power
    These don't exist though. And the ones that do exist (i_group_member_add_power and i_group_needed_member_add_power) only restrict which groups can be assigned.

    I would expect the i_client(_needed)_permission_modify_power to restrict to whom these can be assigned, but the i_client_permission_modify_power of Channel-Mod (20 in my example) is compared to the i_client_needed_permission_modify_power of Server-User (20 for me) even though that target person might me a Channel Mod himself with i_client_needed_permission_modify_power of also 50.

    I actually suspect this is a bug.
    Last edited by LDericher; July 31st, 2017 at 03:53 PM.

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