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Donation Settings

This command is used to manage the settings of the donation logging system.

  • [p]donoset autorole add‚Äč

    • Description‚Äč

      THis command enables whether or not milestone roles should be given to users when they reach a certain amount of donations.

    • Usage‚Äč

      • [p] is the prefix of the bot.

      • donoset is the name of the command.

      • autorole is the subcommand of the command.

      • add is the subcommand of the command.

        Syntax: < [p]donoset autorole add <true_or_false> >
    • Arguments‚Äč

      • true_or_false is whether or not to enable the autorole feature.
    • Examples‚Äč

      [p]donoset autorole add true

      [p]donoset autorole add false
  • [p]donoset autorole remove‚Äč

    • Description‚Äč

      This command enables whether or not milestone roles should be removed from users when they go below a certain amount of donations.

    • Usage‚Äč

      • [p] is the prefix of the bot.

      • donoset is the name of the command.

      • autorole is the subcommand of the command.

      • remove is the subcommand of the command.

        Syntax: < [p]donoset autorole remove <true_or_false> >
    • Arguments‚Äč

      • true_or_false is whether or not to enable the autorole feature.
    • Examples‚Äč

      [p]donoset autorole remove true

      [p]donoset autorole remove false
  • [p]donoset backup‚Äč

    • Description‚Äč

      This command is used to backup the donation data.

      Using this command, sends (a) file(s) to the channel where the command was used which contain all the data of the donation logging system.

      This can be restores with the use of the [p]donoset restore command.

    • Usage‚Äč

      • [p] is the prefix of the bot.

      • donoset is the name of the command.

      • backup is the subcommand of the command.

        Syntax: < [p]donoset backup >
    • Examples‚Äč

      [p]donoset backup
  • [p]donoset bank‚Äč

  • [p]donoset bank add‚Äč

    • Description‚Äč

      This command adds banks for the dono logging system in your server.

      You can provide multiple banks at once.

    • Usage‚Äč

      • [p] is the prefix of the bot.

      • donoset is the name of the command.

      • bank is the subcommand of the command.

      • add is the subcommand of the command.

        Syntax: < [p]donoset bank add <name_emoji_pairs...> >
    • Arguments‚Äč

      • name_emoji_pairs is the name and emoji pairs of the banks to add. These pairs should be like name,emoji and should be separated by spaces.
    • Examples‚Äč

      [p]donoset bank add bank1,emoji1 bank2,emoji2 bank3,emoji3
  • [p]donoset bank default‚Äč

    • Description‚Äč

      This command sets the default bank for the donation logging system.

    • Usage‚Äč

      • [p] is the prefix of the bot.

      • donoset is the name of the command.

      • bank is the subcommand of the command.

      • default is the subcommand of the command.

        Syntax: < [p]donoset bank default <bank_name> >
    • Arguments‚Äč

      • bank_name is the name of the bank to set as the default bank.
    • Examples‚Äč

      [p]donoset bank default bank1
  • [p]donoset bank emoji‚Äč

    • Description‚Äč

      This command sets the emoji for a bank in the donation logging system.

    • Usage‚Äč

      • [p] is the prefix of the bot.

      • donoset is the name of the command.

      • bank is the subcommand of the command.

      • emoji is the subcommand of the command.

        Syntax: < [p]donoset bank emoji <bank_name> <emoji> >
    • Arguments‚Äč

      • bank_name is the name of the bank to set the emoji for.
      • emoji is the emoji to set for the bank.
    • Examples‚Äč

      [p]donoset bank emoji bank1 :emoji:
  • [p]donoset bank hide‚Äč

    • Description‚Äč

      This command hides a bank from the donation logging system.

      This means that the bank will not be shown in the dono bal and dono check commands.

    • Usage‚Äč

      • [p] is the prefix of the bot.

      • donoset is the name of the command.

      • bank is the subcommand of the command.

      • hide is the subcommand of the command.

        Syntax: < [p]donoset bank hide <bank_name> >
    • Arguments‚Äč

      • bank_name is the name of the bank to hide.
    • Examples‚Äč

      [p]donoset bank hide bank1
  • [p]donoset bank info‚Äč

    • Description‚Äč

      This command shows information about a bank in the donation logging system.

      This includes the name, emoji, and whether or not the bank is hidden and other information.

    • Usage‚Äč

      • [p] is the prefix of the bot.

      • donoset is the name of the command.

      • bank is the subcommand of the command.

      • info is the subcommand of the command.

        Syntax: < [p]donoset bank info <bank_name> >
    • Arguments‚Äč

      • bank_name is the name of the bank to show information about.
    • Examples‚Äč

      [p]donoset bank info bank1
  • [p]donoset bank item‚Äč

    • Description‚Äč

      This command and its subcommands handle items that are accepted instead of amount in commands like dono add and dono remove.

    • Usage‚Äč

      • [p] is the prefix of the bot.

      • donoset is the name of the command.

      • bank is the subcommand of the command.

      • item is the subcommand of the command.

        Syntax: < [p]donoset bank item [subcommand] >
    • Subcommands‚Äč

  • [p]donoset bank item add‚Äč

    • Description‚Äč

      This command adds items to a bank in the donation logging system.

      You can provide multiple items at once.

    • Usage‚Äč

      • [p] is the prefix of the bot.

      • donoset is the name of the command.

      • bank is the subcommand of the command.

      • item is the subcommand of the command.

        Syntax: < [p]donoset bank item <bank_name> <item_amount_pairs...> >
    • Arguments‚Äč

      • bank_name is the name of the bank to add the items to.
      • item_amount_pairs is the item and amount pairs to add to the bank. These pairs should be like item,amount and should be separated by spaces.
    • Examples‚Äč

      [p]donoset bank item add bank1 item1,100 item2,2000 item3,30000
  • [p]donoset bank item list‚Äč

    • Description‚Äč

      This command lists the items in a bank in the donation logging system.

    • Usage‚Äč

      • [p] is the prefix of the bot.

      • donoset is the name of the command.

      • bank is the subcommand of the command.

      • item is the subcommand of the command.

        Syntax: < [p]donoset bank item list <bank_name> >
    • Arguments‚Äč

      • bank_name is the name of the bank to list the items of.
    • Examples‚Äč

      [p]donoset bank item list bank1
  • [p]donoset bank item remove‚Äč

    • Description‚Äč

      This command removes items from a bank in the donation logging system.

      You can provide multiple items at once.

    • Usage‚Äč

      • [p] is the prefix of the bot.

      • donoset is the name of the command.

      • bank is the subcommand of the command.

      • item is the subcommand of the command.

        Syntax: < [p]donoset bank item <bank_name> <item_names...> >
    • Arguments‚Äč

      • bank_name is the name of the bank to remove the items from.
      • item_names is the names of the items to remove from the bank.
    • Examples‚Äč

      [p]donoset bank item remove bank1 item1 item2 item3
  • [p]donoset bank list‚Äč

    • Description‚Äč

      This command lists the banks in the donation logging system.

    • Usage‚Äč

      • [p] is the prefix of the bot.

      • donoset is the name of the command.

      • bank is the subcommand of the command.

      • list is the subcommand of the command.

        Syntax: < [p]donoset bank list >
    • Examples‚Äč

      [p]donoset bank list
  • [p]donoset bank log‚Äč

    • Description‚Äč

      This command sets the logchannel for a bank in the donation logging system.

      This is the channel where the donation logs will be sent to.

    • Usage‚Äč

      • [p] is the prefix of the bot.

      • donoset is the name of the command.

      • bank is the subcommand of the command.

      • log is the subcommand of the command.

        Syntax: < [p]donoset bank log <bank_name> <logchannel> >
    • Arguments‚Äč

      • bank_name is the name of the bank to set the logchannel for.
      • logchannel is the logchannel to set for the bank.
    • Examples‚Äč

      [p]donoset bank log bank1 #donation-logs
  • [p]donoset bank remove‚Äč

    • Description‚Äč

      This command removes a bank from the donation logging system.

      This means that the bank will no longer be shown in the dono bal and dono check commands.

      This also means that all the items and donations in the bank will be removed.

    • Usage‚Äč

      • [p] is the prefix of the bot.

      • donoset is the name of the command.

      • bank is the subcommand of the command.

      • remove is the subcommand of the command.

        Syntax: < [p]donoset bank remove <bank_names...> >
    • Arguments‚Äč

      • bank_names is the names of the banks to remove separated by spaces.
    • Examples‚Äč

      [p]donoset bank remove bank1 bank2 bank3
  • [p]donoset bank reset‚Äč

    • Description‚Äč

      This command resets the bank in the donation logging system.

      This means that all donations in the bank will be removed.

      This does not remove the bank from the system.

    • Usage‚Äč

      • [p] is the prefix of the bot.

      • donoset is the name of the command.

      • bank is the subcommand of the command.

      • reset is the subcommand of the command.

        Syntax: < [p]donoset bank reset <bank_names...> >
    • Arguments‚Äč

      • bank_names is the names of the banks to reset separated by spaces.
    • Examples‚Äč

      [p]donoset bank reset bank1 bank2 bank3
  • [p]donoset bank roles‚Äč

    • Description‚Äč

      This command and its subcommands handle roles that are accepted instead of amount in commands like dono add and dono remove.

    • Usage‚Äč

      • [p] is the prefix of the bot.

      • donoset is the name of the command.

      • bank is the subcommand of the command.

      • roles is the subcommand of the command.

        Syntax: < [p]donoset bank roles [subcommand] >
    • Subcommands‚Äč

  • [p]donoset bank roles add‚Äč

    • Description‚Äč

      This command adds roles to a bank in the donation logging system.

      You can provide multiple roles at once.

    • Usage‚Äč

      • [p] is the prefix of the bot.

      • donoset is the name of the command.

      • bank is the subcommand of the command.

      • roles is the subcommand of the command.

      • add is the subcommand of the command.

        Syntax: < [p]donoset bank roles add <bank_name> <amount_roles_pairs...> >
    • Arguments‚Äč

      • bank_name is the name of the bank to add the roles to.
      • amount_roles_pairs is the amount and role pairs to add to the bank. These pairs should look like this: <amount,role_id>[:another_role_id:...].
    • Examples‚Äč

      [p]donoset bank roles add bank1 1,123456789012345678:123456789012345678:123456789012345678 2,123456789012345678
  • [p]donoset bank roles list‚Äč

    • Description‚Äč

      This command lists the roles in a bank in the donation logging system.

      • [p] is the prefix of the bot.

      • donoset is the name of the command.

      • bank is the subcommand of the command.

      • roles is the subcommand of the command.

      • list is the subcommand of the command.

        Syntax: < [p]donoset bank roles list <bank_name> >
    • Arguments‚Äč

      • bank_name is the name of the bank to list the roles of.
    • Examples‚Äč

      [p]donoset bank roles list bank1
  • [p]donoset bank roles remove‚Äč

    • Description‚Äč

      This command removes roles from a bank in the donation logging system.

      This command is especially useful because you have fine grain control over which roles to remove and from which milestones.

    • Usage‚Äč

      • [p] is the prefix of the bot.

      • donoset is the name of the command.

      • bank is the subcommand of the command.

      • roles is the subcommand of the command.

      • remove is the subcommand of the command.

        Syntax: < [p]donoset bank roles remove <bank_name> <amount_roles_pairs...> >
    • Arguments‚Äč

      • bank_name is the name of the bank to remove the roles from.
      • amount_roles_pairs is the amount and role pairs to remove from the bank. These pairs should look like this: <amount,role_id>[:another_role_id:...].
    • Examples‚Äč

      [p]donoset bank roles remove bank1 1,123456789012345678:123456789012345678:123456789012345678 2,123456789012345678
  • [p]donoset bank unhide‚Äč

    • Description‚Äč

      This command unhides banks in the donation logging system.

      This means that the banks will be visible in the donation logging system.

    • Usage‚Äč

      • [p] is the prefix of the bot.

      • donoset is the name of the command.

      • bank is the subcommand of the command.

      • unhide is the subcommand of the command.

        Syntax: < [p]donoset bank unhide <bank_names...> >
    • Arguments‚Äč

      • bank_names is the names of the banks to unhide separated by spaces.
    • Examples‚Äč

      [p]donoset bank unhide bank1 bank2 bank3
  • [p]donoset managers‚Äč

    • Description‚Äč

      This command and its subcommands handle managers in the donation logging system.

      Managers are users that can use commands like dono add and dono remove.

    • Usage‚Äč

      • [p] is the prefix of the bot.

      • donoset is the name of the command.

      • managers is the subcommand of the command.

        Syntax: < [p]donoset managers [subcommand] >
    • Subcommands‚Äč

  • [p]donoset managers add‚Äč

    • Description‚Äč

      This command adds managers to the donation logging system.

      Managers are users that can use commands like dono add and dono remove.

      You can provide multiple managers at once.

    • Usage‚Äč

      • [p] is the prefix of the bot.

      • donoset is the name of the command.

      • managers is the subcommand of the command.

      • add is the subcommand of the command.

        Syntax: < [p]donoset managers add <managers...> >
    • Arguments‚Äč

      • managers is the roles that can manage donations.
    • Examples‚Äč

      [p]donoset managers add @role1 roleid2 rolename3
  • [p]donoset managers remove‚Äč

    • Description‚Äč

      This command removes managers from the donation logging system.

      Managers are users that can use commands like dono add and dono remove.

      You can provide multiple managers at once.

    • Usage‚Äč

      • [p] is the prefix of the bot.

      • donoset is the name of the command.

      • managers is the subcommand of the command.

      • remove is the subcommand of the command.

        Syntax: < [p]donoset managers remove <managers...> >
    • Arguments‚Äč

      • managers is the roles that can no longer manage donations.
    • Examples‚Äč

      [p]donoset managers remove @role1 roleid2 rolename3
  • [p]donoset reset‚Äč

    • Description‚Äč

      This command resets the donation logging system.

      This means that all banks, managers, and settings will be reset to their default values.

      This command is useful if you want to start over with the donation logging system.

    • Usage‚Äč

      • [p] is the prefix of the bot.

      • donoset is the name of the command.

      • reset is the subcommand of the command.

        Syntax: < [p]donoset reset >
    • Examples‚Äč

      [p]donoset reset
  • [p]donoset restore‚Äč

    • Description‚Äč

      This command restores the data from a backup that was created with the donoset backup command.

    • Usage‚Äč

      • [p] is the prefix of the bot.

      • donoset is the name of the command.

      • restore is the subcommand of the command.

        Syntax: < [p]donoset restore <message_id> >
        note
        The message ID should be the ID of the message that contains the backup.
        This can also be a link to the message.
    • Arguments‚Äč

      • message_id is the ID of the message that contains the backup files
    • Examples‚Äč

      [p]donoset restore 123456789012345678
  • [p]donoset showsettings‚Äč

    • Description‚Äč

      This command shows the settings of the donation logging system.

      This command is useful if you want to see the current settings of the donation logging system.

    • Usage‚Äč

      • [p] is the prefix of the bot.

      • donoset is the name of the command.

      • showsettings is the subcommand of the command.

        Syntax: < [p]donoset showsettings >
    • Examples‚Äč

      [p]donoset showsettings