Personal cooldown and counter


is there a way to do a personal cooldown and a personal counter on a command?

A friend wants to do a !hey command to count how many times a person entered the chat.

Thanks in advance :slight_smile:

Unfortunately this isn’t possible with nightbot.

I could make a command where a user types !hey, and the command then says how many times that user has used !hey. I don’t think a cooldown per user is possible without making your own web server. Is this acceptable?

I figured out a way to have a !hey command with a cooldown. The default cooldown is 6 hours. Users can also type !heycount to see their own counts or the count of another user by typing that user’s name after !heycount.

Go to . You will see three lines. Your first token is after token= and before &data= on the first line. Your second token is after token= and before &data= on the second and third lines. Replace FIRSTTOKEN and SECONDTOKEN with these before you add the following commands.

It is not recommended to add these commands through chat, because then anyone in your chat can see your tokens and use them to edit the counts. I recommend using to add the commands.

!hey (alias to !heyadder)
$(eval v=`$(urlfetch json`.split(",");l=0;for(i=0;i<v.length;i++){m=v[i].match(/^(\w+)\|(\d+)$/);if(m&&m[1].toLowerCase()==`$(user)`.toLowerCase()){l=parseInt(m[2])}};(n-l>6*3600000)?("?token=SECONDTOKEN&data="+encodeURIComponent(`$(user)|${n},`)):"$TOORECENT$")

$(eval if(`$(urlfetch json$(query))`.startsWith("Successfully added entry ")){v=`$(urlfetch json`.split(",");c=0;for(i=0;i<v.length;i++){m=v[i].match(/^(\w+)\|(\d+)$/);if(m&&m[1].toLowerCase()==`$(user)`.toLowerCase()){c++}}`$(user) says hey! (${c} times)`}else if(`$(query)`=="$TOORECENT$"){`You used !hey less than 6 hours ago, $(user)`}else{"Use !hey"})

$(eval q=`$(query)`?`$(query)`:`$(user)`;v=`$(urlfetch json`.split(",");c=0;for(i=0;i<v.length;i++){m=v[i].match(/^(\w+)\|(\d+)$/);if(m&&m[1].toLowerCase()==q.toLowerCase()){c++}}`${q} has used !hey ${c} time${c==1?"":"s"}`)

How would you do that?

What are you having trouble with?

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