Hotkeys are keys or key combinations that can be used in matches to perform actions quickly. Commands are strings of text that perform an action when typed in the chat console within a match, or in other PVP.net chat windows. Some commands, like champion laughter, jokes, or dances, only work within a match. Most hotkeys can be configured in the hotkeys section of the game settings. This article lists the default keys.
PvP.net provides players with the ability to chat with friends who are currently in an active session of League of Legends. For players in the AIR client, this process is as simple as opening a chat window through your buddy list. Players in-game will be able to send messages to players in the PvP.net client, or even in other games of League of Legends by making use of the following chat commands, followed by a message:
It's been a long time since we've seen a big bug like this hit the game client. It seems that by using a few commands, players are able to completely nullify the League of Legends in-game chat. Where does this bug come from, though, and what does this mean for your League of Legends games? Is Riot working on the problem?
In League of Legends, the chat option is a very important part of the game itself, and Riot is working to improve chat commands so players can communicate with their teammates in a variety of ways. They can do this with emotes, messages, pings, etc. In this article, we have listed all the chat commands that are extremely useful in League of Legends. Some relate to controlling champions, and some relate to ignoring players whose chat serves to verbally abuse teammates.
Of course, the ability to mute someone already exists in LoL. It doesn't work in the same way as the bug, but it still enables us to protect ourselves from toxicity. We are talking about the commands "/mute all" and "/mute player_name". You can also disable chat in the settings.
As for the rest of the in-game chat commands, in all of our years playing League of Legends, and being hardstuck gold, for the most part, there have been easier ways of starting a surrender vote or dancing than using the chat commands themselves, as they are quite cumbersome. Instead, hotkeys are much more preferable.
As the heading above suggests, you can create Nightbot commands that target the user and the person they tag. In normal Twitch chat, you tag others using @username. In order to get Nightbot to tag someone, you use $(user) and $(touser).
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