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Chat & Messaging
Communicate with the isoVerse community.

How do I chat?

One of the great things about isoVerse is the friendly community with which you can chat. To open your chat, press the T button and type a message. When you've typed your message, press enter to send it. This will send your message in global chat, which can be seen from each server.

How do I use commands?

Commands are anything prefixed with a slash (/). For example, you can use a command to take you back to the isoVerse Hub. Just press T, type /hub, and press enter to run the command. You can watch the chat to see a response, which may be a success (green, gray, or blue) or error (red) message.
Some commands have arguments, which are a slot that you can fill with extra details. For example, if you want to send a private message to someone, you have to tell us two things: who you want to talk to and what you want to say. When you see /m [player] [message], that means you could use /m Notch Hello there to the phrase "Hello there" to Notch. If an argument has square brackets (like this example), the argument is required and the command will not work without an argument. Other arguments that have parentheses are optional, and the command can work with or without the argument.

How do I see who is online?

Press the tab button on your keyboard to show the list of online players. You will see the server they are on, and the primary rank they have. If someone is annoying you, use /ignore [player] to toggle ignoring all chat messages from them.

How can I chat privately with someone?

You can have a one-on-one conversation that is just between you and someone else by using /m [player] [message]. You can chat with anyone who is online, and use /m [player] to toggle sending all your regular chat messages to that player as a private message. You can quickly reply to your last message with /r [message].

How do I make my messages colorful?

Using color codes, you can add color to your chat messages, signs, and nicknames. A color code is a two-digit prefix that makes all text following it a certain color. The Elite rank can use color codes and formatting in global chat. The Pro rank can use HEX codes to pick any color they want. Everyone can use color codes in private messages and group chats.

Color codes

  • &4
    dark red
  • &c
  • &6
  • &e
  • &2
    dark green
  • &a
  • &b
  • &3
    dark aqua

Color codes

  • &1
    dark blue
  • &9
  • &d
  • &5
  • &f
  • &7
  • &8
    dark gray
  • &0

Formatting codes

  • &l
  • &m
  • &n
  • &o
  • &r

HEX codes

  • &#123456

How can I join a group conversation?

With group chats, you can create a permanent channel for you and your friends to talk. Link your Discord account and join a group chat with /group join [group] (password). You can also get the Hero rank to create a group chat with /group create [group] (password). If you don't specify a password, anyone can join your group chat. To see a list of all group chats, use /groups.

Informal Group
Group chats start out as informal, which gives limited moderation controls to the group leader only.

  • /gc (message)
    Toggle chatting to a group, or send a single message
  • /group [group]
    Choose which group /gc chats to
  • /group list [group]
    View members in a group chat
  • /group transfer [group] [player]
    Transfer ownership
  • /group delete [group]
    Permanently delete a group chat

Formal Group
Convert to a formal group to promote admins, ban players, and change colors of the chat.

  • /group formal [group]
    Make a group chat formal (this cannot be undone)
  • /group admin [group] [player]
    Promote someone as a group admin
  • /group ban [group] [player]
    Ban someone from your group chat
  • /group color [group] [1] [2]
    Set (1) chat and (2) name color codes

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