AnotherPingCog

This is the cog guide for the anotherpingcog cog. You will find detailed docs about usage and commands.

[p] is considered as your prefix.

Note

To use this cog, you will need to install and load it.

See the Getting my cogs page.

Usage

A rich embed ping command with latency timings.

You can customise the emojis, colours or force embeds with [p]pingset.

Commands

ping

Syntax

[p]ping

Description

A rich embed ping command with timings.

This will show the time to send a message, and the WS latency to Discord. If I can’t send embeds or they are disabled here, I will send a normal message instead. The embed has more detail and is preferred.

pingset

Note

This command is locked to the bot owner.

Syntax

[p]pingset

Description

Manage settings - emojis, embed colour, and force embed.

pingset forceembed

Syntax

[p]pingset forceembed

Description

Toggle whether embeds should be forced.

If this is disabled, embeds will depend on the settings in embedset.

If it’s enabled, embeds will embeds will always be sent unless the bot doesn’t have permission to send them.

By default, this is True because the embed is richer and has more information. And it looks looks better.

This will be removed when a global per-command settings is available in Core Red.

pingset green

Syntax

[p]pingset green <emoji> [hex_colour=default]

Description

Set the colour and emoji to use for the colour Green.

If you want to go back to the defaults, just do [p]pingset green default default.

Arguments:

<emoji> Just send the emoji as you normally would. It must be a custom emoji and I must be in the sever the emoji is in. You can also put default to use 🟢

[hex_colour] (optional) The hex code you want the colour for Red to be. It looks best when this is the same colour as the emoji. Google “hex colour” if you need help with this.

Examples:
  • [p]pingset green :emoji: #43B581

  • [p]pingset green :emoji: default

  • [p]pingset green default #43B581

  • [p]pingset green default default

pingset orange

Syntax

[p]pingset orange <emoji> [hex_colour=default]

Description

Set the colour and emoji to use for the colour Orange.

If you want to go back to the defaults, just do [p]pingset orange default default.

Arguments:

<emoji> Just send the emoji as you normally would. It must be a custom emoji and I must be in the sever the emoji is in. You can also put default to use 🟠

[hex_colour] (optional) The hex code you want the colour for Red to be. It looks best when this is the same colour as the emoji. Google “hex colour” if you need help with this.

Examples:
  • [p]pingset orange :emoji: #FAA61A

  • [p]pingset orange :emoji: default

  • [p]pingset orange default #FAA61A

  • [p]pingset orange default default

pingset red

Syntax

[p]pingset red <emoji> [hex_colour=default]

Description

Set the colour and emoji to use for the colour Red.

If you want to go back to the defaults, just do [p]pingset red default default.

Arguments:

<emoji> Just send the emoji as you normally would. It must be a custom emoji and I must be in the sever the emoji is in. You can also put default to use 🔴

[hex_colour] (optional) The hex code you want the colour for Red to be. It looks best when this is the same colour as the emoji. Google “hex colour” if you need help with this.

Examples:
  • [p]pingset red :emoji: #F04747

  • [p]pingset red :emoji: default

  • [p]pingset red default #F04747

  • [p]pingset red default default

pingset settings

Syntax

[p]pingset settings

Description

See your current settings.