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Denied Possible Towny Bug

Discussion in 'Ban and Mute Appeals Archive' started by MeepStats, Oct 18, 2013.

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  1. MeepStats

    MeepStats Legendary Member

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    Ok, so after a bunch of people started messaging me that my build was burning to the ground, I tp'ed there as soon as I could. Note the "teleporting to build home" line.

    Then, I proceeded to /plot toggle fire to attempt to shut the firespread off. Note that the resulting message says "is now enabled" indicating that it was previously disabled. I toggled it again to shut it off, as you can see in the last line.

    Firespread was disabled for the plot, as intended, but the whole house burned down. There was no evidence found of any intentional griefing by any means.


    --Investigation--

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    Step one: check /plot perm - for some reason Firespread is ON.
    I then /plot toggle fire - note that it turns to Enabled, indicating that the plot firespread property was disabled before the /plot toggle command was issued.

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    I then proceeded to /plot toggle fire to shut it off, and as you can see, "Firespread in the plot is now disabled"

    Yet, after checking /plot perm, Firespread is still listed as on.

    This shows that the /t toggle fire overrides individual plot settings, and can be highly destructive :( I have additional HE proof of that change being made, and will post it if requested.
     
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    nasapc123 Popular Meeper

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    Not sure if this was resolved - is it possible that someone else toggled fire, lit it, then disabled it?
     
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    No - it was shown that toggling the town's firespread property caused the existing fires on the plot to spread.
     
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