Server modules

If you want to check out all the commands in certain modules, then feel free to do so from the Modules tab to the left. There you can find more information about each module and its commands.

What are server modules?

Since you've come this far, let's dwell deeper into Tsumiki's functionalities. And one of these are server modules. In short you can control a server module, which allows you to turn it on or off. Server modules controls a group of commands. Okay, so time for an example, let's say we turn off the Action module, this will disable all Action commands on the server, until its turned back on.

Can I turn off a single or multiple commands?

You sadly can't turn off one or more commands, besides turning off an entire module. This feature might be supported in the future, but as of right now, that is not possible.

Before we jump into it you can either choose to do this through the config command OR the module command.

In this example, I'll go over both of them, in case you wonder how it works on either.

Config command showcase:

Getting all the server modules and its current status:

~Config Module

Get a list with ALL commands that are in a specified module

~Config Module Action

This will return a paginated embed (embed with pages, use the emoji arrows to navigate left or right!). Here you can find all the commands that are currently in the Action module

Turn a module ON or OFF:

~Config Module Action OFF

This will turn off the Action module for the entire server. If someone tries to use a Action command in your server, they'll be prompted with a message saying that the Action module was turned off.

Turn ALL modules ON or OFF:

~Config Module All OFF

This will turn off All modules for the entire server. That means that any command which are part of those modules will not be executed until its turned back on. Commands such as Help, config, prefix, modules and some other commands will still work regardless.

Reset a module or ALL modules

~Config Module Action Reset

This will reset the Action module to its default state, which is ON.

~Config Module All Reset

This will reset All modules to their default state, which is ON.

Modules command showcase:

Getting all the server modules and its current status:

~Module

Get a list with ALL commands that are in a specified module

~Module Action

This will return a paginated embed (embed with pages, use the emoji arrows to navigate left or right!). Here you can find all the commands that are currently in the Action module

Turn a module ON or OFF:

~Module Action OFF

This will turn off the Action module for the entire server. If someone tries to use a Action command in your server, they'll be prompted with a message saying that the Action module was turned off.

Turn ALL modules ON or OFF:

~Module All OFF

This will turn off All modules for the entire server. That means that any command which are part of those modules will not be executed until its turned back on. Commands such as Help, config, prefix, modules and some other commands will still work regardless.

Reset a module or ALL modules

~Module Action Reset

This will reset the Action module to its default state, which is ON.

~Module All Reset

This will reset All modules to their default state, which is ON.