Configuration

Manual configuration for bot

Kariari can be customized for your server.

If you mess anything up, you can always mention Kariari instead of using a prefix to reconfigure it

Server Configuration

If you want to change options individually, here is how. All guild configuration commands start with ;config server.

Server configuration requires that you have the Manage Server permission

Change Server Prefix

The server prefix can be changed easily using the following command:

Command

Function

Example

Requires you have

;config server prefix <prefix>

Changes the guild prefix

If I wanted to change the prefix to !, I would use ;config server prefix !.

Manage Server

The prefix you set can only be used in your server

Change Server Locale

The server locale can be changed using the following command:

Command

Function

Example

Requires you have

;config server locale <locale code>

Changes the guild language

If I wanted to change the language to English US, I would use ;config server language EN_US.

Manage Server

The guild language is only used on guild based commands. This includes queue commands, but doesn't include user based commands like ;help or ;userinfo.

Change Role

You can set a custom queue admin role using the following command:

Command

Function

Example

Requires you have

;config server role <new role name>

Changes the queue admin role

If I wanted to set a role with the name of Karaoke Organizers, I would use ;config server role Karaoke Organizers.

Manage Server

Roles are case-sensitive

Roles previously using the non-case-sensitive functionality will automatically be updated upon using a command that requires the role

Reset Custom Guild Configuration

Use ;config server reset to COMPLETELY RESET the configurations you have set.

User Configuration

Users can change their own settings that are universal between servers, and are attached to your user. All user configuration commands start with ;config user. User configuration can only be set using this, and not setup command.

Change User Locale

To change what language Kariari uses to interact with you, use the following command:

Command

Function

Example

;config user locale <locale code>

Changes the user locale

If I wanted to change my user language to English US, I would use ;config user locale EN_US.

The user language is only used on user based commands. This includes commands like userinfo and help, but does not include commands such as queue commands.

Reset Custom User Configuration

Use ;config user reset to COMPLETELY RESET the configurations you have set.

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