DarkRP Jobs not working

I am trying to create an Administrator class for my DarkRP server but it doesn’t seem to be showing up. I have made sure that I am added to the superadmin rank and it still doesn’t show up.

You forgot to close your ammo table.

[editline]14th July 2014[/editline]

[lua]
TEAM_ADMIN = DarkRP.createJob(“Administrator”, {
color = Color(13, 85, 200, 255),
model = “models/player/combine_super_soldier.mdl”,
description = [[You’re an Administrator of FCS and by choosing this class you’re notifying players that you’re not roleplaying and are on duty.]],
weapons = {“arrest_stick”, “unarrest_stick”, “weapon_glock2”, “stunstick”, “door_ram”, “weaponchecker”},
command = “admin”,
max = 4,
salary = 180,
admin = 1,
vote = true,
hasLicense = true,
ammo = {
[“pistol”] = 60,
}
})
[/lua]

Thanks for your help but it still isn’t showing up in the F4 menu and also in case this helps I have found that there is a lua error about it:
[ERROR] addons/darkrpmodification-master/lua/darkrp_customthings/jobs.lua:54: unexpected symbol near ‘}’

  1. unknown - addons/darkrpmodification-master/lua/darkrp_customthings/jobs.lua:0

Not sure if it will help but I really need some help.

Do you get that error after you replaced the job by the code I sent you?

Yes after replacing the code I still get an error.

That’s another job then…

That’s the only job I have other than the defaults.

Paste the entire file in here. Please use [lua] tags.

[lua]/*---------------------------------------------------------------------------
DarkRP custom jobs

This file contains your custom jobs.
This file should also contain jobs from DarkRP that you edited.

Note: If you want to edit a default DarkRP job, first disable it in darkrp_config/disabled_defaults.lua
Once you’ve done that, copy and paste the job to this file and edit it.

The default jobs can be found here:

For examples and explanation please visit this wiki page:
http://wiki.darkrp.com/index.php/DarkRP:CustomJobFields

Add jobs under the following line:
---------------------------------------------------------------------------*/

TEAM_ADMIN = DarkRP.createJob(“Administrator”, {
color = Color(13, 85, 200, 255),
model = “models/player/combine_super_soldier.mdl”,
description = [[You’re an Administrator of FCS and by choosing this class you’re notifying players that you’re not roleplaying and are on duty.]],
weapons = {“arrest_stick”, “unarrest_stick”, “weapon_glock2”, “stunstick”, “door_ram”, “weaponchecker”},
command = “admin”,
max = 4,
salary = 180,
admin = 1,
vote = true,
hasLicense = true,
ammo = {
[“pistol”] = 60,
}
})

/---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Define which team joining players spawn into and what team you change to if demoted
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
/
GAMEMODE.DefaultTeam = TEAM_CITIZEN

/---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Define which teams belong to civil protection
Civil protection can set warrants, make people wanted and do some other police related things
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
/
GAMEMODE.CivilProtection = {
[TEAM_POLICE] = true,
[TEAM_CHIEF] = true,
[TEAM_MAYOR] = true,
[TEAM_ADMIN] =
}

/---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Jobs that are hitmen (enables the hitman menu)
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
/
DarkRP.addHitmanTeam(TEAM_MOB)
[/lua]

Not sure if I did the [lua] tags correctly.

Seriously, that you don’t see the issue yourself…

Doesn’t this look just a bit weird to you? :
[lua]
GAMEMODE.CivilProtection = {
[TEAM_POLICE] = true,
[TEAM_CHIEF] = true,
[TEAM_MAYOR] = true,
[TEAM_ADMIN] =
}
[/lua]

Well copy and pasting I found that and fixed it. I honestly don’t see the reason to be rude? It was a simple mistake… Also I fixed it a long time ago but forgot to save.

I simply cannot understand why you can’t look at your own code with the errors you’re supplied before going on FP to get help?
If you’d actually looked at the code, you probably would have noticed at least the last one of these two errors you’ve had.