Your code fragment is huge & in another language so I can’t help you directly (as I have no idea what’s going on), but this is how to use
wait_for with reactions:
@client.event async def on_message(message): if message.content.startswith('$thumb'): channel = message.channel await channel.send('Send me that 👍 reaction, mate') def check(reaction, user): return user == message.author and str(reaction.emoji) == '👍' try: reaction, user = await client.wait_for('reaction_add', timeout=60.0, check=check) except asyncio.TimeoutError: await channel.send('👎') else: await channel.send('👍')
Fragment taken out of the
API Docs for
wait_for, shows how to wait for a 👍 reaction & do something with it. In case the user doesn’t add the reaction within the
timeout (here 60 seconds), it will throw a
TimeoutError and send 👎. You can modify this to fit your needs & put it in your command where it fits.
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