Permissions and commands
Check the progress of yourself or another player on a path.
Check the leaderboard to see who's got the most play-time.
Get a list of commands that you can perform. Note that when the option 'show help command based on permission' is enabled, Autorank will only show you the commands you have access to.
Set the play-time of a player.
Add play-time to a player's current play-time.
Remove play-time from a player's current play-time.
Check the global play-time of yourself or another player.
Reload the configuration files of Autorank.
Import play-time from a flat-file. Make sure you have your files to be imported (Totaltime.yml, Daily_time.yml, etc.) in the imports folder of the Autorank folder. Note that you can also combine parameters of this command. This means you can use the command like this: /ar import --overwrite-flatfile --db_.
Archive old play-time entries below a certain threshold.
Create a debug file that can be given to a developer of Autorank to quickly find out all details about your Autorank set-up.
Synchronize the global storage (MySQL database) with your local storage (flat-file).
Deprecated command. It was used to synchronize data between Stats and Statz, but it does not work anymore.
Try to complete a requirement of a path.
Force a rank-up check on a player.
Track your progress on a specific requirement.
Check which third-party plugins Autorank is connected to (through PluginLibrary).
Set the global play-time of a player.
Add global play-time to a player.
Check out a path without choosing it. You'll see the prerequisites, requirements and results of that path.
Join/choose a path.
Deactivate a path (if allowed). Note that you may lose your progress if you do so.
Show the total, daily, weekly and monthly play-time of a player.
Reset the progress of a player.
Backup playerdata storage or play-time storage.
Show info of a player.
Editor playerdata of a player
Migrate player data from another plugin into Autorank.
Some permissions are not associated with a command, but with an action. Hence, these permissions cannot be listed in the previous section. This section provides an overview of these 'left-over' permissions.