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Frequently Asked Questions
Answer: Simply send WizBot a Direct Message with
.hand follow the link. Only People with the Manage Server permission can add the bot to the server
Answer: You must have the
.permrole(by default this is the
WizBotrole, for more details on permissions check here. If you have a role called
WizBotbut can't assign it it's probably the Bot Role so, just create a New Role called
WizBotand assign that to yourself instead.)
Answer: To enable the NSFW Module on one channel, type
.cm NSFW enable #channel-name. If this does not work refer to Question 2. To enable NSFW for your entire server, type
.sm NSFW enable.
Answer: You can get Cherry Blossom by picking them up after they have been generated with
.gc, which you can then either plant (give away to a channel so that someone can pick it), or gamble with for potentinal profit with
.jr. You can get flowers on the public bot by reacting on reaction events or by donating on Patreon or PayPal.
If your problem or suggestion is not there, feel free to request/notify us about it in the Issues section of GitHub for issues.
Answer: You can see the description and usage of certain commands by using
Answer: Music is disabled on public WizBot due to large hosting costs, it will be re-enabled later in the future for donators.
Answer: Set a greeting message by using
.greetmsg YourMessageHereand a bye-message by using
.byemsg YourMessageHere. Don't forget that
.byeonly apply to users joining a server, not coming online/offline.
Answer: You need to use oauth link to add it to you server, just copy your CLIENT ID (that's in the same Developer page where you brought your token) and replace
12345678in the link below: https://discordapp.com/oauth2/authorize?client_id=`12345678`&scope=bot&permissions=66186303
Answer: Using Visual Studio, you can solve these errors by going to
NuGet Package Manager->
Manage NuGet Packages for Solution. Go to the Installed tab, select the Packages that were missing (usually
RestSharp) and install them for all projects.
Answer: Discord has added a few new features and the roles now follow the role hierarchy, which means you need to place your bot's role above every other role on your server to fix the issue. Here's a link to Discord's role management 101.
Please Note: The bot can only set/add all roles below its own highest role. It cannot assign its "highest role" to anyone else.
Answer: Yes, there is a way, in one easy command! Just run
.resetpermsand all the permissions you've set through Permissions Module will reset.