Highlight Notepad Plugin
This plugin lets you record highlights in a "notepad" list. Using this list, the streamer can set the highlights on Twitch later and then clear the notepad.
A new highlight can be added once every minute. This prevents accidental duplicates during high volume chats (when a lot of allowed people would create a highlight at the same time).
Each highlight consists of a description (given by the person adding it), the name of the person adding the highlight and the current date and time.
A channel can have at most 200 highlights, which will be automatically deleted after two weeks.
- !highlight, !get_highlights, !reset_highlights
Simply enable the plugin using the global command !k_enable:
#tester_mantester_man: !k_enable highlights kabukibot: tester_man, the plugin "highlights" has been enabled.
To create a new highlight, use the !highlight command and give a short description and/or the stream time (basically any information that helps the streamer to find the spot in the VOD after the stream). Do not give the current time, because it's recorded automatically.
#tester_mantester_man: !highlight combine harvester yolo drop with a bike kabukibot: tester_man, the highlight has been noted down, thank you.
If you do the command too early again, you will get a warning:
#tester_mantester_man: !highlight combine harvester yolo drop with a bike kabukibot: tester_man, the last highlight was only 42 seconds ago. No need to highlight again.
To see the current highlight list, use !get_highlights:
#tester_mantester_man: !get_highlights kabukibot: tester_man, the highlights are: #1 "combine harvester yolo drop with a bike"
To see all details, add "verbose" to the command:
#tester_mantester_man: !get_highlights verbose kabukibot: tester_man, the highlights are: #1 "combine harvester yolo drop with a bike" (by tester_man, Sun, 13 Apr 2014 04:11:39 GMT")
Once the list has been looked through, it can be cleared by doing !reset_highlights:
#tester_mantester_man: !reset_highlights kabukibot: tester_man, your one highlight has been deleted.
- Users with this permission may use the !highlight and !get_highlights commands. Moderators are usually a good choice for this permission.
- Users with this permission may use the !reset_highlights command. This should only be granted under special circumstances, for example to stream editors (i.e. people who can create Twitch highlights).
#tester_mantester_man: !k_allow highlights $mods kabukibot: tester_man, granted permission "highlights" to $mods.