These are the default commands in bPermissions
• "/permissions save" Use save after changing permissions with commands, otherwise they'll be overwritten when you reload permissions
• "/permissions reload" Do this for your permission edits to take effect
• "/permissions cleanup" This cleans out all empty users groups from your files. Any user with no permissions and simply in the default group
• "/permissions backup" This backs up all of your permission files!
To do any of these commands, you need the bPermissions.admin permission node.
You can shorten the "permissions" in these commands to "p", "bp", or "perm" .
There are two stages to the command structure for changing group/user meta data/permissions in bPermissions.
Stage 1: Select which object you would like to edit.
example: /world World_Awesome
example: /group Admin - this will create a group if it does not exist, or select an existing group with that name!
example: /user HerpDerp
Stage 2: Change object as you wish, using this structure:
/OBJECT ACTION VALUE
User's available actions: addgroup, rmgroup, setgroup, addperm, rmperm, meta
Group's available actions: addgroup, rmgroup, addperm, rmperm, meta
World's available actions: mirror (mirrorto) (mirrorfrom)
*note: Meta data's VALUE has two arguements, KEY and VALUE. See examples below.
example: /user rmgroup Admin This removes group "Admin" from the user selected previously.
example: /user setgroup Noob This sets the user selected to group "Noob"
example: /user rmperm some.node This removes node "some.node" from selected player
example: /user meta prefix Herp This sets meta data "prefix" to "Herp" on selected player
example: /group addgroup Member This makes the selected group inherit group "Member"
example: /group addperm a.node This adds permission node "a.node" to the selected group.
example: /group meta suffix Derp This adds suffix "Derp" to selected group.
If you use an object in a command, such as /world, /user, or /group, It will give you the currently selected object,
/world, would give the output of, "Currently selected world: yourworldnamehere"