DTbot Command List:
- Topic Commands
- !tsub text
DTbot changes the "subreddit" of the chat topic. No
spaces. No quotes, for the programmers out there.
Default is /r/StLouis.
- !topic text
changes the "topic" of the chat, i.e. the
information after the calendar link. Multiple
topics should be separated by "|". Spaces can be
- !tend text
Appends an additional topic to the end of the
- !tmask text
Changes the "default" portion of the topic.
Requires bot permissions.
- Quote Commands
- !grab user
DTbot grabs the last thing user
said as the next quote.
DTbot posts a link to a webpage showing all the quotes
grabbed so far, as well as a link to /r/DTbot.
- !quote number or user
If no number or user is provided, sends a PM with
the last four quotes grabbed, plus a link to the quotes
webpage. If a number is specified, DTbot will post the requested quote.
If a user is specified, DTbot will PM you all the quote ids for that user.
FYI, some numbers are missing.
DTbot will post a random quote.
- !random user
DTbot will post a random quote from user.
Partial usernames can be used, e.g. searching for
"Chank" would return quotes by
"Chank," "Chankster," and
"Chank|gone." The user parameter
- !delquote number
DTbot will delete your last grabbed quote if it is within 30
lines of when you first grabbed it. All other deletes require
Shows current quotes that are eligible for self deletion.
Format is <username> - <number of lines left>-<quote #>
- High Fives and Beer commands
- General Syntax
DTbot requires the reply syntax to be very specific.
Proper phrasing should be "/me gives DTbot a
adjective five". No periods, no spaces, no
- !giveitto user
Transfers a recently earned "beer" to another
user. Useful if you maintain a "work" and
"home" nick, or if you use several nicks but want to
group the beers together.
DTbot will PM the first X registered users in the score
list. They are not in any order. Currently considered
depreciated. Use !scorelink instead.
DTbot posts a link to a webpage showing the current
- Miscellaneous Commands
- Hidden commands
There are also several "hidden" commands; these can be
learned by watching other chat members or
experimenting. Several of them depend on being a
certain user, or having bot permissions.