I plan to work through the Jfreu plugin in detail, and also incorporate an idea Luke Filewalker sent me a while ago, but I don't know when that will be done. So perhaps you best revert jfreu.plugin.php to an earlier version that still worked for you.
I can wait, just keep good working! the most important is that plugins will be done with care. So you don't need to hurry - but don't forget my request.
Yes, the actual code that does all the work is in includes/basic.inc.php, function showHelp(). That one is called for all six help(all) commands, so I can't explain why one of them doesn't work for you, when they all work on my server. Have you replaced all *.php files with the ones from the v0.89 (or v0.90) zip file?
I checked the code lines and everything seemed perfect...no differences. Actually, I checked which files were re-coded in v.0.90 and replaced them if needed. But I have to point out that I had the same problem in v. 0.89. Anyway, if I remember rightly, the problem appeared immediately after I tried to attach the jukebox credits plugin to Aseco/Rasp which I already mentioned on my earlier posts. I'm not sure if that operation is the reason for my strange problems. It must be checked tomorrow.
By the way, I got a small idea. It would be cool if the server showed up automatically, for example, in the middle of a challenge or just after a challenge has been played, which will be the next track on the track list - without /nextmap -command. Many players seems not to understand to use that command (or are too lazy to do that
) so it'd be helpful for jukeboxing. Most of the players may not like the upcoming track so it could be jukeboxed another one without hurrying.
I have several times used /me command to inform guys about the next track. Like: /me informs: the next challenge will be XX
Could you get me a code for that or do you just say like "there is a command to show the next map so say players in your server to use that command"?
Anyway, the idea that Blooper suggested is something I have also looked for. If it is too arduous, just ignore the request but I have to say that I'd facilitate erasing or removing tracks on a server. An admin could see all bad tracks with minus and the good ones in a moment without jukeboxing them all one by one and using /admin nextmap command! For example, I have over 40 tracks running on my server so it isn't very fun to look over all of them. Especially because I change my server tracks pretty often. So...