Causes the character to restore its original (default) mapping
/as filter map '3' orig
This will set the target character as itself.
/as filter map '3' self
Sometimes you'll have set a certain character to map to another, or act as a stop character. If you just want it to map back to itself and not use our defaults or settings that you previously had then use this command.
Create a stop character
/as filter map '3' stop
Stop characters allow you to search for profanity inside of another string. The text being sent is separated into works along the stops. The space character is always a stop. Other characters can be configured to be stops or not. If someone was advertising a URL and you wanted to search for both www.foo.com and http://www.foo.com you could map / as a stop and www.foo.com would be seen as the filtered word.