Usage Guide

This page is your go-to resource for navigating and utilizing Nighty effectively.

Let's walk through the initial steps, ensuring a smooth introduction to the world of Nighty on Discord.

Assuming you've successfully connected Nighty to your Discord account, let's delve into the next steps. If you haven't done so yet, be sure to check out our First Launch guide for a seamless setup experience. Now, let's explore how to make the most of Nighty's features.

In this guide, we'll present command usage in the following format:

.command <argument> [argument]

  • . represents your chosen prefix.

  • < > denotes a required argument.

  • [ ] indicates an optional argument.

Remember to exclude the < > and [ ] brackets when executing a command. This structure ensures clarity and precision when interacting with Nighty's commands throughout the course.

When incorporating arguments with multiple words, such as Your text here enclose the entire text within double quotation marks (" "), example: "Your text here". This ensures that the command processes the complete string as intended. Failure to use quotation marks may result in only the first word being sent to the command. Pay attention to this syntax for accurate and effective command execution.

Start with .help

In any server, direct message, or group chat, initiate your Nighty journey with .help. This command serves as your gateway, displaying Nighty's main commands categorized for easy navigation. Keep in mind that we'll cover prefix customization and command output styles in later sections of this guide.

Select your prefix

The prefix is a designated set of characters placed before each command. Nighty's default prefix is . (dot), but you have the flexibility to personalize it. To change your prefix, execute the command .prefix ! replacing "!" with your preferred character or set of characters. Throughout this guide, we'll use . (dot) the default Nighty prefix. Be sure to substitute it with your custom prefix in all command entries.

Exploring Nighty Modes

Nighty introduces three distinctive modes for command output: Image mode (default), Embed mode, and Text mode. Each mode offers a unique style for presenting information. You can seamlessly switch between these modes using the following commands:

  • .imagemode: Switch to Image mode.

  • .embedmode: Switch to Embed mode.

  • .textmode: Switch to Text mode.

Feel free to experiment with these modes to discover the presentation style that suits your preferences.

Managing Command Visibility

Commands in Nighty automatically vanish after 40 seconds for privacy and security reasons. To customize this behavior, use the deletetimer command. While complete disabling isn't possible for security, you can adjust the timer to your preference. For instance, set the delete timer with .deletetimer 9999999999999 to keep commands visible indefinitely.

More info about a command

If you find yourself curious about a command's purpose, applications, or usage instructions, leverage the ".help" command. By typing .help <command name>, you can access comprehensive details, empowering you to navigate Nighty's commands with a deeper understanding.

Explore Nighty UI Tabs

Discover the power of Nighty's UI tabs. Learn how to leverage these intuitive features to navigate seamlessly through the app. Dive into the details and explore their functionalities by reading more about them here.

Please note that this guide is a work in progress, and additional content will be seamlessly integrated soon.

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