Private roleplay chats

MrScarWolf96

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  • Minecraft Username: MrScarWolf96
  • Category: Private chats on /roleplay
  • Urgency: important?
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  • Private roleplays would be a really great thing to do, and you can create them! But that's about it. Nobody can actually join these private roleplay chats. If you invite someone and they accept, they just get randomly teleported and don't get into the roleplay. PLEASE! Fix this issue. It is extremely annoying if you want to chat with friends in a more relaxed chat, and suddenly have random people join the chat, because you have to set it on public, since the private ones don't work.

Also, there is a glitch going on with roleplay chats in general, where you start seeing the public chat as well. (which can also be very annoying, since you kinda have to try and pick the ones of the chat you are actually in). It would be nice, if that gets fixed as well.

Thank you for your attention,
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Good luck trying to have a relaxed conversation with someone when people are just spamming. I think you don't get the point here.

All the ERP players can profit from /roleplay chats as well, since Skittlebot doesn't grab their messages there. (Which -in my opinion- is still a huge violation of player privacy, because it shows the username as well)

/roleplay has way more uses than you seem to understand. Just turning off the chat in general or using /r or /msg doesn't solve the problem. Let alone that, as soon as you are talking to more than one person, DM's get extremely annoying.

The issue with private chats on /roleplay is, that the command /rp accept straight up doesn't work, because the server things you are using a random tp command.
 

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Bruh so do /roleplay does that solve the problem?
No it doesn't. You still don't get the point.

The only way to create a rp chat which others can join, is to make it a public one. As soon as you make it private, the only option to get others in is with an invite. To accept that invite, you must use /rp accept, which is seen as a random tp command and doesn't get you into the rp chat.


And it's not just usefull for roleplays, if you have big builds with multiple players online at the same time, dm's are not an option. And it doesn't matter what you do in those chats, it is always annoying if you want to chill with just friends and have random people join all the time.
 

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Skittlebot is not a violation of privacy, you are in our public server which means what happens in the server can be revealed at the discretion of the owner/staff team. You have every right to tell people to leave your public role play so that the only people in it are the people you want. if you have evidence that someone keeps harassing you by not leaving after being told we can handle that as staff members.
 

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Skittlebot is not a violation of privacy, you are in our public server which means what happens in the server can be revealed at the discretion of the owner/staff team.
Well, could it be possible to at least cut out the username? Many of the people I know that got on Skittlebot are extremely upset about their name being on Twitter.


You have every right to tell people to leave your public role play so that the only people in it are the people you want. if you have evidence that someone keeps harassing you by not leaving after being told we can handle that as staff members.
But, would it be possble to fix the command for accepting an invite to private roleplays? Making it to work with "/roleplay accept" instead of just "/rp accept" could possibly fix that issue.