that command seems to just keep track of itself, which would mean the text would look something like " (user) jumps up and down $(count) times.
Which would mean, that everytime someone !jump, a mod or myself would have to do the !jumpcount to keep track of it.
What I want is automated, so if 10 people !jump and I only notice 3 of them, Nightbot have counted the 10 and kept track, so at the end of a stream or whenever actually, I can do !jumpcount and nightbot will tell me exactly how many have jumped during stream.
Well then sadly Nightbot cannot help you. The way I did it was manual with no way to automate it through Nightbot. You would need external help from an IRC Client like mIRC, setting up a script for this would be your basic solution.
Yeah, I figured as much, kind of disappointing, but you can’t ask a horse to fly I guess
EDIT: I guess what I was hoping for, was someway of pulling out the command tracker, where on nightbots page it says for example " Most-Used Command: !so, 13 times " where it could check how many times a !jump command was used, witthout it being the most used.