Requirements: Must have rocket installed. See how to setup rocket permissions.

Rocket permissions are coded using a language called XML. There cannot be errors in XML.

For example: Leaving the ‘>’ tag out of a line. Error: “<example” No Error: “<example>”

If there is an error in your file, bad things will happen.

If you’re using a plugin, for example: uEssentials : you would need to add the permission of the command you want to give a player to that permissions group.

Let’s say we wanted to add the command /Item to a permission “group” user1. We would add <Permission Cooldown=”0”>item</Permission> under the permission rocket.

If plugins that you’re using have special commands or assemblies (uEssentials for example) then you must put those instead. You can most likely find them on the plugin’s wiki page.

<Group>

      <Id>user1</Id>

      <DisplayName>Guest</DisplayName>

      <Prefix />

      <Suffix />

      <Color>white</Color>

      <Members />

      <Permissions>

        <Permission Cooldown="0">p</Permission>

        <Permission Cooldown="0">compass</Permission>

        <Permission Cooldown="0">rocket</Permission>

         <Permission Cooldown="0">item</Permission>

      </Permissions>

</Group>

Now, that we’ve covered that, let’s move on to prefix and suffixes:

1. To make a suffix or prefix, you must first change it from: <Suffix /> to <Suffix></Suffix>.

2. Now just enter in the suffix that you want. The same goes for prefixes and members as well. 

3. Once you have finished customizing your permissions groups, it’s now time to display It in game.

4. Save your work and type: “/p reload” in game or “/rocket reload”.  

This will update all permissions systems in game for everyone in the specified groups to use. This does not affect any user saved progress and is a lot more effective than doing a server restart.

Adding someone to a permissions group:

There are 2 methods for accomplishing this.

                Method 1: Getting someone’s steam64ID (Looks like this: 76561198016438091) and pasting it in the member’s part of the permissions group. <Member>76561198016438091</Member>

                Method 2: Doing /p add <playername> <Groupid> in game. The group ID needs to be exact.

Still having troubles with anything? Please feel free to open a support ticket! Our team is always happy to help and we’ll gladly assist you as soon as we can!