I see, but why is pika not trusted?
This seems off topic, I’ll answer you on Discord and you can share with Pika as well idm.
Open developer tools in your browser and comment on any repl. The request will show up in the network tab. You can find the GraphQL query there.
see bruh. can’t you just show me? i just want to make a bot that relies on specific commands… like if you reply
"joke"it'll give u a joke
I’m not allowed. All I can tell you is to do the action yourself and look at the network tab in devtools to see what’s being sent. You’ll need the notifications query and the reply mutation.
As I said before, you should also have a mod’s permission before automating an account. And the mod would be able to help with this stuff.
It is a lib to do this I think this is what you want
we don’t just hand that out ahhh
So why did you… Showcase it…?
¯\_(ツ)_/¯ we don’t talk about that
So if I make a bot that’s not unruly I won’t get banned? I would be allowed to do that? Or do I need to beg the moderators?
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Please don’t beg the moderators and ideally you would have to ask us for written permission before you do, but nobody does that anymore and we don’t enforce it. TL;DR yes you can and you won’t get banned.
Thank you; that’s good to know.
yeah, ik i already made one. but the main problem is that you can’t add spaces, slashes, any symbol, and has to be referenced using /joke or something like that. i couldn’t just say “joke”
;-; no if you actually understood instead of copy pasting you could know you just do
bot = Bot(os.environ["TOKEN"], prefix="").
And also, what does this mean
if I’m understanding correctly, pulses means that your command can’t have spaces, slashes, or a symbol ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
um yes that is built-in, of course, I do a check for that (I manually MADE A check it’s not a bug); have you ever seen any service that allows for that? (idk maybe, but I wanted to basically make a back-to-front copy of discord.py but for replit-bot so I only allowed the same things and I used the same parsing, etc)
um yes that is built-in, of course, I do a check for that (I manually MADE A check it’s not a bug); have you ever seen any service that allows for that?
I know you do, and no I haven’t. And I can’t tell if you’re talking to me or pulses
srry mostly pulses because I don’t like it when people use my stuff and then complain it “doesn’t work” WITH a emoji
Your code certainly works; I tested it before giving it a 10 out of 10.
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