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    Question Invisible Chat/Tsay

    I have a question, is there a command that when you write, it only shows the message, but not your name?
    Example:


    This: (say command)
    nickname: hello world!
    change to:
    hello world!
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    Re: Invisible Chat/Tsay

    No, there is no player command that can do that. You would need to implement a (or use an existing) plug-in of which makes use of the chat message channel. These typically don't expose their use to non-administrative clients though.

    Alternatively if the server is yours you could use "rcon say". Providing you're on a dedicated server the message will be prefixed with "<Server Console>" in orange.
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    Re: Invisible Chat/Tsay

    Quote Originally Posted by AdamR View Post
    No, there is no player command that can do that. You would need to implement a (or use an existing) plug-in of which makes use of the chat message channel. These typically don't expose their use to non-administrative clients though.

    Alternatively if the server is yours you could use "rcon say". Providing you're on a dedicated server the message will be prefixed with "<Server Console>" in orange.
    What about the /me chat emote? When you type into the chat starting with /me it will display "* Nickname {message}"

    What others are there, and specifically what is the technical term for this?

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