Oosh said: Where did you get that command line from? If it's this script , you just want !spin-start 90 as per the examples in the thread. Square brackets are generally used in documentation to indicate an optional parameter or something to be inserted, much like <insert text here> means you replace that who thing, including the "<" and ">". So get rid of those. It doesn't look like the script supports supplying ids either, it just runs on the selected tokens. so get rid of the whole --ids thing as well, that's a TokenMod command. Or that. Let's go with that. Helps if we read the documentation, apparently.