I wanted my Moderators and above to be able to /feed, and so I did the command:

"/mangaddp Moderator essentials.feed"

This then said that the permission had been given to the assigned group (and above due to inheritance).

Next I did "/manload" to make sure the groups were loaded properly, but alas, it says that I do not access to that command when I put myself in the Moderator group.

  • If you don't mind, please provide your permissions yml file. There may be a wildcarded denial of permission that is manifesting here, or some similar problem that will only be determinable with more detail on your configuration. – Luke Oct 17 '14 at 17:15
  • It looks like your /mangaddp command isn't adding essentials.feed into your permissions. Does the command output anything when you use it? – Luke Oct 22 '14 at 14:08

Are you permissions by chance setup something like this?

    - -'*'

Cause if so, that wildcard is what is prohibiting the group from using the command.

I've had this sort of issue before, to where I would do that, thinking I can then add permissions that I want them to be able to use after, and it didn't work. If that is the case for you here, what I recommend is do the following:

    - -(command you want to deny here)
    - -(command you want to deny here)
    - (from here down, commands you don't want to deny)

If I confuse you, please let me know, and I will try to explain it a little better.

Here is something else thay may help you as well.

Group Manager Permissions Info

Essentials Permissions Nodes (Just in case)

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