In depth command usages

/<> lookup

Syntax: /chatsentry lookup <tr:[..]d|h|m|s &| p:[..] &| vt:[..]> or <all>


/chatsentry lookup tr:10d p:Notch - shows all violations of player Notch within 10 days.

/chatsentry lookup vt:message-filter-block - shows all word and phrase filter detections

Available filters ("flags") are:

  • "timerange:<number>" (tr) - filters results to a time range. Add s (seconds), m (minutes), h (hours) or d (days) at the end of the number to determine the range.

  • "player:<player>" (p) - filters results to only violations of the specified player.

  • "violationtype:<violation type>" (vt) - filter results to a specified violation type.

    • Valid violation types:

      • on-cooldown

      • link-or-ad-block

      • message-filter-block

      • word-replacer-replace (legacy)

      • chat-modifier-modify (legacy)

      • chat-executor-match

      • spam-block

      • unicode-character-block

      • cap-limiter-block

      • anti-parrot-block

      • anti-chat-flood-block

      • anti-statue-spambot-block

      • anti-join-flood-block

  • To show all logged violations, you can use "all" instead of any flags.

1 or multiple of the above filters can be applied in a lookup.


Syntax: /cswarnings <subcmd>

Subcommands: clearmodulewarnings (or cmw) <player> <module or 'all'>

pardonallmanual (or pam) <player>

pardononemanual (or pom) <player>

Other commands

Since most other commands are straightforward their usages are not shown here. If you are confused with a command and would like it's usage written here, please just ask!

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