Could we use alias(es) too overwrite non custom commands?

#1

As putting songrequest just to request, or something similar?

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#2

Yes, you can use aliases on a built-in command so that it can be triggered by a different keyword

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#3

Awesome, lol now if I could just put a keyword to be triggered to the bot to output and read the output…

Example:

play-aa

keyword has it reply !request UjDGvoL4woE

and the bot actually puts it in the queue…

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#4

Keyword can trigger commands, for the keyword response you would use the “command:” variable to do this. Here’s an example

!keyword add playthis command:songrequest song id or name

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#5

Ah, awesome just what I was looking for thank you… however, there isn’t away to throw a command in the middle of it which is unfortunate

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#6

1️⃣ !addcom yourCommandName (command songrequest) UjDGvoL4woE

2️⃣ !keyword add regex:^play-aa command:yourCommandName

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