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How to use AutismChat

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{{needspics}}'''AutismChat 3.0''' is a Bukkit plugin designed to allow people to fine-tune and regulate the flow of communication and information while playing on the server. It is based around the key principles of coloured badges which express communication preferences, and parties which allow controlled group communication.
==Parties== Parties are intended to be the default mode of communicating in AutismChat. When you send a message without any commands, it will be visible only to the other players in your party. Joining parties is done by joining a specific player. When you join a player, you enter into a party with them and anyone they are currently partied with. When you first join the server you are not in any party by default. Commands: * <code>/join [playername]</code> - join [playername]'s party* <code>/leave</code> - leave the party you're in There are no party 'AutismChat 3leaders', and players cannot be kicked from parties.0Each player only controls their ''own' ' behaviour in the party, by leaving or joining (and indirectly with their [[#Badge colours|badge colour]]). ==Global chat== Global chat is a Bukkit plugin designed very different with AutismChat to allow people to fine-tune and regulate the flow of communication and information while playing chat experience players may be used to on the serverother servers. Players can tune out With AutismChat, players must type <code>/g [message]</code> to send a message to global chat, prevent people . Global chat is completely separate from making parties with themand [[#Badge colours|badge colour]]. You can have global chat on or off, regardless or express what colour your badge is and whether or not you are in a desire party. When you first join the server global chat is visible to socialiseyou by defaultCommands: * <code>/gc on</code> - makes global chat visible to you* <code>/gc off</code> - stops showing you global chat
==Status==
Your "status" is a collection of the following informationabout your AutismChat settings, which anyone can find out:
* What colour your badge you're wearingis
* Whether or not you can see global chat
* Whether you're in a party, and if so, who with.
* <code>/status</code> - shows your own status
* <code>/status <[playername>]</code> - shows the status of ''[playername'' Note that you can easily see which colour people are by their username in tablist, party chat and global chat.]
==Badge colours==
===/white===
This is the default colour when you join, and is equivalent to wearing no badge at all. It's the colour to wear when White means that you feel are able to manage your communication without helpyourself. When you first join the server, you are white by default.
Typing <code>/white</code> at any time will do the following:
* Allow people anyone to create join a party with you* Allow people anyone to message you privately* Change Make the colour of your name in tablist and chat to white
===/green===
Green lets people know means that you actively want people to socialiseinitiate interaction with you.
Typing <code>/green</code> at any time will do the following:
* Allow people anyone to create join a party with you* Allow people anyone to message you privately* Change Make the colour of your name in tablist and chat to green(It is functionally the same as white, but expresses a different preference.)
===/yellow===
The yellow setting allows private communication Yellow means that only from individuals named people on the player's your "yellow list"can initiate interaction with you.
Yellow list commands:
* <code>/yellow add <[playername>]</code> - adds a player [playername] to your yellow list* <code>/yellow remove <[playername>]</code> - removes a player [playername] from your yellow list
* <code>/yellow list</code> - provides a list of everyone on your yellow list currently
Typing <code>/yellow</code> at any time will do the following:
* Remove you from any parties party you're currently in that contain contains people not on your yellow list* Prevent unauthorised Allow only people on your yellow list players from creating to join a party with you* Prevent unauthorised players from Allow only people on your yellow list to privately messaging message you* Change Make the colour of your name in tablist and chat to yellow
===/red===
 
Red means that no-one can initiate interaction with you.
Typing <code>/red</code> at any time will do the following:
* Remove you from any parties party you're currently in* Prevent people anyone from creating joining a party with you* Prevent people anyone from privately messaging you* Change Make the colour of your name in tablist and chat to red
===/blue (admin and mods only)===
Typing <code>/blue</code> at any time will do the following:
* Allow people anyone to create a party with you* Allow people anyone to privately message you* Change Make the colour of your name in tablist and chat to blue ==Global chat toggle== Global chat (It is very different with AutismChat to functionally the chat experience players are used to. With AutismChatsame as white, players must type <code>/g <message></code> to send but expresses a message to global chat, and those messages are visually differentpreference. If you don't type <code>/g</code> first, your message will be automatically sent to your party only, or will produce a "no one could read this" error message. Your badge colour can be anything regardless of whether you have global chat on or off. If your badge colour is white, green or yellow, people can still create parties with you even when you have global chat switched off. If you're in a party with global chat off, you will only see party chat. Commands: * <code>/gc on</code> - makes global chat visible to you* <code>/gc off</code> - stops showing you global chat Don't feel bad for turning off global chat! It can get busy, and people will be able to see that you can't hear them if they type <code>/status yourname</code>. ==Parties== Parties allow you to easily converse with any number of other players without having to type <code>/g</code> first. Party chat can only be seen by people in the party with you. Joining parties is done by username. So if you type <code>/join <playername></code>, you also enter into a party with anyone they are currently partied with. Commands: * <code>/join <playername></code> - join someone's party* <code>/leave</code> - leave the party you're in There are no party leaders, so players can't be kicked from parties. You can remove someone from your yellow list and/or leave a party if you're uncomfortable. If someone is [[Server rules|breaking the rules]] you can [[User:Cassolotl#Contact|contact the admin]].)
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