I have a small creative server I run that is currently being used to develop an adventure map. Only problem is that, with bukkit, all command block outputs appear as [Server] Message. Ideally, the command blocks should function as they do in vanilla, showing [@] Message or more importantly [(name)] Message. I'm not really worried about the whole [@: teleported someone to somewhere] or [@: took 7 XP from someone] or whatever because gamerule commandBlockOutput will be set to false. Suggested Name: Doesn't really need a name for command purposes, maybe Command Block Fixer or the like. What I want: Simply a plugin that can look at the name (or however the data is stored) of whichever command block is being triggered, and outputs the message in a similar fashion of a vanilla server. So far, whenever we've needed to test things I can stop the server, change to minecraft-server.jar, and rerun, but that is, frankly, a pain in the shorts. From what I'm familiar with as far as bukkit plugins, this should be possible as the plugin simply needs to check the name of the block and apply it with correct formatting. Of course, this may be harder with the @p/@a/etc. syntax, but (possibly?) the command block's output can be caught, fixed, and sent. If this isn't possible, that's perfectly fine and I can continue switching the jar. This plugin would just help to make my life just a bit easier. As far as Commands I don't think it really needs any except for possibly /cbf enable and /cbf disable, if that would be able to decrease any lag (if there is any) when not needed. Permissions: None, or /cbf enable/disable as cbf.enable or something–for others, for me this is on a whitelisted private server and I'm not worried about misuse, not that there really could be any. When I'd like it by: Sooner rather than later, but whenever (preferably this year) is fine. The only other plugins installed on the server are Multiverse and WorldEdit. In case anyone isn't familiar with the properties of named command blocks on vanilla vs. bukkit servers, I've provided some supplementary material: If a plugin like this is out there, I would love a link. Thanks for your time, and I hope that this is possible.