1. Hi. How to make such team:

    / command test test

    That it was possible to write down so:

    / co ma n d tes t test

    And that it worked.

    That there was a possibility to put gaps but team worked.

    I don't understand your question. The first part has to be static. If you could rephrase your question I might be able to answer.

    I don't understand your question. The first part has to be static. If you could rephrase your question I might be able to answer.

    I want to make team which will independently work where retreat is put.

    For example the standard team is written so

    / comand test test

    And I would like to make that it was possible to put a gap in any place and it worked.

    For example

    / com ma nd testtest

    That there was a gap or there was no it but team that worked.

    And how to make check on component existence in the addons base?

    The translation from whatever your native language is is not going well. You can't split the front part of a slash command. If you register a command as /monkey, then the only way to make it work for /monk and /mon and /mo is to register all of those independently. That's a really terrible solution.

    Why do you need this?

    I also do not understand your last question either.

    The translation from whatever your native language is is not going well. You can't split the front part of a slash command. If you register a command as /monkey, then the only way to make it work for /monk and /mon and /mo is to register all of those independently. That's a really terrible solution.

    Why do you need this?

    I also do not understand your last question either.

    Simply I have a code:

    SlashCmdList ["TEST"] = functiontest; SLASHTEST1 = "/testaddonmessage"

    And I have a team

    / testaddonmessage

    As to me to make that it worked so:

    / test addon message

    Through "if" I do not want to do. How still it is possible to make?

    The translation from whatever your native language is is not going well. You can't split the front part of a slash command. If you register a command as /monkey, then the only way to make it work for /monk and /mon and /mo is to register all of those independently. That's a really terrible solution.

    Why do you need this?

    I also do not understand your last question either.

    Simply I have a code:

     > SlashCmdList ["TEST"] = function_test;
     > SLASH_TEST1 = "/testaddonmessage"
    

    And I have a team

    / testaddonmessage

    As to me to make that it worked so:

    / test addon message

    Through "if" I do not want to do. How still it is possible to make?

    SLASH_TEST2 = "/test"