Your default config.yml looks something like this
channels: minecraft_to_discord: #blue - 'chatlog' - 'chatting' discord_to_minecraft: #blue - 'chatting' - 'announcement'
Lets say you have a channel
server-chat that should both receive and relay chat messages. An appropriate configuration would be
channels: minecraft_to_discord: - 'server-chat' discord_to_minecraft: - 'server-chat'
minecraft_to_discord is a list of channels that receive messages from Minecraft
discord_to_minecraft is a list of channels that relay messages to Minecraft
settings: # Application token token: 'TOKEN_HERE' # Send login messages send_game_login: true # Send logout messages send_game_logout: true # Send chat messages send_game_chat: true # Send messages from Discord to console send_game_chat_also_to_console: true # Send discord chat to minecraft send_discord_chat: true # Send death messages to discord send_death_message: true # Use nicknames for chat etc use_nicknames: false # Allow mentioning users via @<user-name> use_mentions: true # Use ingame chat format of player for Discord->Minecraft connection use_ingame_format: true # Check for updates using SpiGet check_for_updates: true # Prefix for adminchat which won't be sent to Discord admin_chat_prefix: "§cAdminChat>" templates: chat_message_discord: '**%user**: %message' player_join_minecraft: '%user joined the game' player_leave_minecraft: '%user left the game' chat_message_minecraft: '&b(discord [%channel]) &r%user >> %message' channels: ## SEE UP ABOVE minecraft_to_discord: - 'chatlog' - 'chatting' discord_to_minecraft: - 'chatting' - 'announcement' discord_commands: enabled: true command_prefix: '?'