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    Lazy Idle Couch Potato Heptagon_ru's Avatar
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    Question Fail to allow a friend to build on a plot - please advise?

    I have a need to allow a person to build on one of my plots (near Spawn).

    I tried that by first making him a friend: /res friend add {thePerson}
    He was online and I see hem as a friend by /res

    Then I tried both /plot set perm friend on and after it failed /town set perm friend on

    I see that after at least first command, /plot, the permission line has f--- for all types of activities.

    He still can not do anything on the plot. What am I doing wrong?

    I hope I made an obvious mistake, easily visible from my scarce explanations.
    If not, I will double-check and add screenshots, don't waste much time please.

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    Per Plot commands can be a bit buggy at times where you can't just activate an entire level (friend, resident, etc) at once. You'd have to do each type individually, example: [/plot set perm friend build on] + [/plot set perm friend destroy on], etc. If that doesn't work you can try and set the plot for sale by specifying [/plot fs] for $0 and you can claim it [/plot claim]. This will change how the initial plot permissions operate and automatically change it to work for friends unless otherwise specified.

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    Moved to appropriate forum.


    oh, I thought he meant the creative work plots ;-;
    Last edited by ethe334; 2nd October 2014 at 09:20.


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    I believe you need to own the plot for the friends permission to kick in.
    If its unowned believe its resident / ally / outsiders, and if its owned its friend / ally / outsiders.

    Also sometimes I have had to do it twice in a row for it to take hold.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rainnmannx View Post
    Also sometimes I have had to do it twice in a row for it to take hold.
    Ah! Totally forgot about having to set it twice for it to activate, Thanks Rainnmannx. I haven't played TFC enough lately

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    Lazy Idle Couch Potato Heptagon_ru's Avatar
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    Thank you guys! As far as I understood, setting plot permissions one by one didnt work by itself. But that "for sale" thing and claming and then setting friends on - helped.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jiro_89 View Post
    Ah! Totally forgot about having to set it twice for it to activate, Thanks Rainnmannx. I haven't played TFC enough lately
    Ah, so that is intentional?? =P

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