help with /kit tools

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    greekguy

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    with the default /kit tools that comes with it, it gives diamond tools, how can i change that, and add more kits? i believe it came default with the bukket server creating thing, if not, i have the following addons :

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    1.  
    2. Big brother
    3. borderguard
    4. citizens
    5. craftscripts
    6. essentials
    7. ichat
    8. izone
    9. lockette
    10. nl
    11. permisions
    12. anticreeper
    13. honeypot
    14. pingwatcher
    15. notnt
    16. spawncreature
    17. worldedit
     
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    The kits are something from essentials, you can edit/add kits in the essentials config file.
     
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    greekguy

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    can't see it in my config in essentials.
    the config file is VERY messy. any way to fix that?
    looks like
    edit: DOES NOT LOOK LIKE THIS, is all in 5 lines.
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    1. ############################################################
    2. # +------------------------------------------------------+ #
    3. # |                       Notes                          | #
    4. # +------------------------------------------------------+ #
    5. ############################################################
    6.  
    7. # If you want to use special characters in this document, such as accented letters, you MUST save the file as UTF-8, not ANSI.
    8. # If you receive an error when Essentials loads, ensure that:
    9. #   - No tabs are present: YAML only allows spaces
    10. #   - Indents are correct: YAML heirarchy is based entirely on indentation
    11. #   - You have "escaped" all apostrophes in your text: If you want to write "don't", for example, write "don''t" instead (note the doubled apostrphe)
    12. #   - List items are prefixed with a hyphen and indented:
    13. #       lists:
    14. #         - look like this
    15. #       not:
    16. #       - like this
    17. #   - Text with symbols is enclosed in single or double quotation marks
    18. #   - CraftBukkit and Permissions have been updated: CraftBukkit and Essentials almost always line up, but sometimes other plugins fall behind CraftBukkit's multiple daily updates
    19. #   - You have saved the document as UTF-8, NOT the default, ANSI
    20.  
    21. ############################################################
    22. # +------------------------------------------------------+ #
    23. # |                 Essentials (Global)                  | #
    24. # +------------------------------------------------------+ #
    25. ############################################################
    26.  
    27. # A color code between 0-9 or a-f. Set to 'none' to disable.
    28. ops-name-color: 'c'
    29.  
    30. # The character(s) to prefix all nicknames, so that you know they are not true usernames.
    31. nickname-prefix: '~'
    32.  
    33. # The delay, in seconds, required between /home, /tp, etc.
    34. teleport-cooldown: 0
    35.  
    36. # The delay, in seconds, before a user actually teleports.  If the user moves or gets attacked in this timeframe, the teleport never occurs.
    37. teleport-delay: 0
    38.  
    39. # The delay, in seconds, required between /heal attempts
    40. heal-cooldown: 60
    41.  
    42. # The number of items given if the quantity parameter is left out in /item or /give.
    43. default-stack-size: 64
    44.  
    45. #what to prevent from /i /give
    46. #e.g item-spawn-blacklist: 46,11,10
    47. item-spawn-blacklist:
    48.  
    49. # Whether or not to reclaim memory on player logout; this is technical, and should only be changed under special circumstances.
    50. # This generally increases server stability unless very specific runtime configurations are used.
    51. # HOWEVER, it is known to cause lag upon users logging OUT, so beware!
    52. reclaim-onlogout: false
    53.  
    54. # Should primitive spawn protection be enabled?  For most servers, this should be flase; it is better to use a third-party plugin to protect it.
    55. spawn-protection: false
    56.  
    57. # Nether settings (switch between worlds with "/world nether" and "/world normal")
    58. # Sets whether the nether system is enabled, what folder to save the world in, and whether portals should teleport players between worlds.
    59. nether:
    60.   enabled: false
    61.   folder: nether
    62.   portals-enabled: false
    63.   generate-exit-portals: false
    64.  
    65. # Mob limit on spawnmob
    66. spawnmob-limit: 10
    67.  
    68. # The message of the day, displayed on connect and by typing /motd.
    69. motd:
    70.   - '&cWelcome, {PLAYER}&c!'
    71.   - '&fType &c/help&f for a list of commands.'
    72.   - 'Currently online: {PLAYERLIST}'
    73.  
    74. # The server rules, available by typing /rules
    75. rules:
    76.   - '[1] Be respectful'
    77.   - '[2] Be ethical'
    78.   - '[3] Use common sense'
    79.  
    80. # Disabled commands will be completelly unavailable on the server.
    81. disabled-commands:
    82. # - nick
    83.  
    84. # Restricted commands will only be available to ops.
    85. # These will have NO EFFECT if you have Permissions installed!
    86. # These are here only if you want something simpler than Permissions.
    87. restricted-commands:
    88.   - bigtree
    89.   - item
    90.   - give
    91.   - heal
    92.   - plugin
    93.   - time
    94.   - top
    95.   - tp
    96.   - tphere
    97.   - tree
    98.   - setspawn
    99.   - antioch
    100.   - kick
    101.   - ban
    102.   - unban
    103.   - top
    104.   - jump
    105.   - tpo
    106.   - tppos
    107.   - tpohere
    108.   - economy
    109.   - setwarp
    110.   - delwarp
    111.   - essentials
    112.   - gc
    113.   - spawnmob
    114.   - broadcast
    115.   - burn
    116.   - ext
    117.   - kill
    118.   - ping
    119.   - banip
    120.   - unban
    121.   - mute
    122.   - kick
    123.   - kickall
    124.   - unbanip
    125.   - togglejail
    126.   - setjail
    127.  
    128. # Note: All items MUST be followed by a quantity!
    129. # Times are measured in seconds.
    130. kits:
    131.   tools:
    132.     delay: 10
    133.     items:
    134.       - 277 1
    135.       - 278 1
    136.       - 279 1
    137.  
    138. # Disable all signs
    139. signs-disabled: false
    140.  
    141. # Backup runs a command while saving is disabled
    142. backup:
    143.   # Interval in minutes
    144.   interval: 60
    145.   # Add a command that backups your data, e.g.
    146.   # command: 'rdiff-backup World1 backups/World1'
    147.  
    148. # Set this true to enable permission per warp.
    149. per-warp-permission: false
    150.  
    151. # Sort output of /list command by groups
    152. sort-list-by-groups: false
    153.  
    154. ############################################################
    155. # +------------------------------------------------------+ #
    156. # |                   EssentialsHome                     | #
    157. # +------------------------------------------------------+ #
    158. ############################################################
    159.  
    160. # When users die, should they respawn at their homes, instead of the spawnpoint?
    161. respawn-at-home: false
    162.  
    163. # When a user interacts with a bed, should their home be set to that location?
    164. # If you enable this and remove default user access to the /sethome command, you can make beds the only way for players to set their home location.
    165. bed-sethome: false
    166.  
    167. ############################################################
    168. # +------------------------------------------------------+ #
    169. # |                   EssentialsEco                      | #
    170. # +------------------------------------------------------+ #
    171. ############################################################
    172.  
    173. # Defines the balance with which new players begin.  Defaults to 0.
    174. starting-balance: 0
    175.  
    176. # worth-# defines the value of an item when it is sold to the server via /sell.
    177. # For a premade list which you may copy and paste in: http://pastie.org/1707782
    178. #worth-1: 1
    179. #worth-278: 1000
    180.  
    181. # Defines the cost to use the given commands PER USE
    182. command-costs:
    183.   # /example costs $1000 PER USE
    184.   #example: 1000
    185.   # /kit tools costs $1500 PER USE
    186.  # kit-tools: 1500
    187.  
    188. ############################################################
    189. # +------------------------------------------------------+ #
    190. # |                   EssentialsHelp                     | #
    191. # +------------------------------------------------------+ #
    192. ############################################################
    193.  
    194. #Show other plugins commands in help
    195. non-ess-in-help: true
    196.  
    197. ############################################################
    198. # +------------------------------------------------------+ #
    199. # |                EssentialsServerlist                  | #
    200. # +------------------------------------------------------+ #
    201. ############################################################
    202.  
    203. # This is your server's mcserverlist.net API key.  Register your server at mcserverlist.net if you haven't already.
    204. mcsl-key: ''
    205.  
    206. ############################################################
    207. # +------------------------------------------------------+ #
    208. # |                   EssentialsChat                     | #
    209. # +------------------------------------------------------+ #
    210. ############################################################
    211.  
    212. # If EssentialsChat is installed, this will define how far a player's voice travels, in blocks.  Set to 0 to make all chat global.
    213. # Note that users with the "essentials.chat.spy" permission will hear everything, regardless of this setting.
    214. # Users with essentials.chat.shout can override this by prefixing text with an exclamation mark (!)
    215. # Or with essentials.chat.question can override this by prefixing text with a question mark (?)
    216. chat:
    217.   radius: 0
    218.  
    219.   # If set to the default chat format which "should" be compatible with ichat.
    220.   format: '<{DISPLAYNAME}> {MESSAGE}'
    221.   #format: '&7[{GROUP}]&f {DISPLAYNAME}&7:&f {MESSAGE}'
    222.  
    223.   # You can also have group-specific formats, uncomment to enable:
    224.   group-formats:
    225.   #  Default: '{WORLDNAME} {DISPLAYNAME}&7:&f {MESSAGE}'
    226.   #  Admins: '{WORLDNAME} &c[{GROUP}]&f {DISPLAYNAME}&7:&c {MESSAGE}'
    227.  
    228. ############################################################
    229. # +------------------------------------------------------+ #
    230. # |                 EssentialsProtect                    | #
    231. # +------------------------------------------------------+ #
    232. ############################################################
    233.  
    234. protect:
    235.   # Database settings for sign/rail protection
    236.   # get mysql.jar and sqlite and place it in your serverroot/lib directory from here:
    237.   # http://java.net/projects/essentials/sources/svn/show/lib?rev=435
    238.  
    239.   # mysql, sqlite or none
    240.   datatype: 'sqlite'
    241.  
    242.   # If you specified MySQL above, you MUST enter the appropriate details here.
    243.   # If you specified SQLite above, these will be IGNORED.
    244.   username: 'root'
    245.   password: 'root'
    246.   mysqlDb: 'jdbc:mysql://localhost:3306/minecraft'
    247.  
    248.   # For which block types would you like to be alerted?
    249.   # You can find a list of IDs in plugins/Essentials/items.csv after loading Essentials for the first time.
    250.   alert:
    251.     # 10: lava
    252.     # 11: still lava
    253.     # 46: TNT
    254.     on-placement: 10,11,46
    255.     on-use:
    256.     # 46: TNT
    257.     on-break: 46
    258.  
    259.   # Users cannot PLACE these types of blocks/items.
    260.   # < 255 designates a BLOCK
    261.   # > 255 designates an ITEM (Some blocks can be placed as blocks OR items; lava blocks can be placed by lava buckets, for example.)
    262.   blacklist:
    263.     placement: 327,326,14,56,46,11,10,9,8
    264.     usage: 327,326,325
    265.  
    266.     #prevent people from breaking blocks
    267.     #break: 20,50
    268.     break:
    269.  
    270.   # General physics/behavior modifications
    271.   prevent:
    272.     lava-flow: false
    273.     water-flow: false
    274.     water-bucket-flow: false
    275.     fire-spread: false
    276.     lava-fire-spread: false
    277.     flint-fire: false
    278.     portal-creation: false
    279.     tnt-explosion: false
    280.     creeper-explosion: false
    281.     creeper-playerdamage: false
    282.     creeper-blockdamage: false
    283.     # Monsters won't follow players
    284.     # permission essentials.protect.entitytarget.bypass disables this
    285.     entitytarget: false
    286.     # Prevent the spawning of creatures
    287.     spawn:
    288.       chicken: false
    289.       cow: false
    290.       creeper: false
    291.       ghast: true
    292.       giant: false
    293.       monster: false
    294.       pig: false
    295.       pig_zombie: false
    296.       sheep: false
    297.       skeleton: false
    298.       slime: true
    299.       spider: false
    300.       squid: false
    301.       zombie: false
    302.       wolf: false
    303.  
    304.   # Maximum height the creeper should explode. -1 allows them to explode everywhere.
    305.   # Set prevent.creeper-explosion to true, if you want to disable creeper explosions.
    306.   creeper:
    307.     max-height: -1
    308.  
    309.   # Protect various blocks.
    310.   protect:
    311.     # Protect all signs
    312.     signs: true
    313.  
    314.     # Prevent users from destroying rails
    315.     rails: true
    316.  
    317.     # Blocks below rails/signs are also protected if the respective rail/sign is protected.
    318.     # This makes it more difficult to circumvent protection, and should be enabled.
    319.     # This only has an effect if "rails" or "signs" is also enabled.
    320.     block-below: true
    321.  
    322.    # Prevent placing blocks above protected rails, this is to stop a potential griefing
    323.     prevent-block-on-rails: false
    324.  
    325.   # Disable various default physics and behaviors
    326.   disable:
    327.     # Should fall damage be disabled?
    328.     fall: false
    329.  
    330.     # Users with the essentials.protect.pvp permission will still be able to attack each other if this is set to true.
    331.     # They will be unable to attack users without that same permission node.
    332.     pvp: false
    333.  
    334.     # Should drowning damage be disabled?
    335.     # (Split into two behaviors; generally, you want both set to the same value)
    336.     drown: false
    337.     suffocate: false
    338.  
    339.     # Should damage via lava be disabled?  Items that fall into lava will still burn to a crisp. ;)
    340.     lavadmg: false
    341.  
    342.     # Should arrow damage be disabled
    343.     projectiles: false
    344.  
    345.     # This will disable damage from touching cacti.
    346.     contactdmg: false
    347.  
    348.     # Burn, baby, burn!  Should fire damage be disabled?
    349.     firedmg: false
    350.  
    351.     # Should people with build: false in permissions be allowed to build
    352.     # Set true to disable building for those people
    353.     build: true
    354.  
    355. ############################################################
    356. # +------------------------------------------------------+ #
    357. # |                    New Players                       | #
    358. # +------------------------------------------------------+ #
    359. ############################################################
    360.  
    361. newbies:
    362.   # Should we announce to the server when someone logs in for the first time?
    363.   # If so, use this format, replacing {DISPLAYNAME} with the player name.
    364.   # If not, set to ''
    365.   #announce-format: ''
    366.   announce-format: '&dWelcome {DISPLAYNAME} to the server!'
    367.  
    368.   # When we spawn for the first time, which spawnpoint do we use?
    369.   spawnpoint: newbies
    370.  
    371. # End of File <-- No seriously, you're done with configuration.
    372.  
     
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    i see it now, thatis clearer. now to try and find it in the ugly config file, thanks godspeed!
     
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    i guess you opened it with notepad?

    Use notepad++ or some similar advanced program :)
     
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    ok now ive fucked it up and i believe ive lost the whole essentials config, cause ive lost ops and so has my other admin .. and kits isnt working.. lol
     
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    You need edit the configuration in Essentials/config.yml and go find #Essential Global# and edit.

    --------------------------------------------------------------

    I go teach all:
    This is the default:

    kits:
    nb:
    delay: 5
    items:
    - 269 1
    - 270 1
    - 271 1

    How to edit:

    kits: #not change
    nb: #the name of the kit
    delay: 5 #the delay is time in seconds to use the kit,i use 36000s =12h/half of day why is good to not do lag
    items: #list of the items,you need put - id of item and the amount,for example: - 269 1
    - 269 1 #this is a wooden shovel
    - 270 1 #this is a wooden pickaxe
    - 271 1 #this is a wooden axe

    Now,let's create a kit it is called "knightset":
    You need first copy and paste the default configuration,after you go change the name/delay/items.
    And will look like this:

    kits:
    nb:
    delay: 5
    items:
    - 269 1
    - 270 1
    - 271 1
    knightset:
    delay: 36000
    items:
    - 268 1
    - 298 1
    - 299 1
    - 300 1
    - 301 1
    - 322 1

    --------------------------------------------------------------

    Now you can create ur kits!

    If you have a question,send me a message in profile(opcional,i see the forum all days!)

    NOW ENJOY !!!

    [creeper] says: hi dude...Ssssssss....

    and all already know what happens yes?...Troll....
     
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    hm,kits of others ranks...you need configure the groups that you created.

    1.Create a kit.for example:

    Go to server/Plugins/Essentials/Config.yml and go to the #Essential Global#




    kits:
    nb: #this is the name of the kit that you go create,and is the name in the game too
    delay: 5
    items: #the items of the kit.
    - 269 1
    - 270 1
    - 271 1


    --------------------------------------------------------------

    After you create your kits will change the groups that can use this kit,using permissions.

    Now you go to:

    Server/Plugins/GroupManager/Worlds/youworld/config.yml

    Now,create the permission and edit your groups that you go use.

    kits:
    nb: <<< This is the name of the permission,now you put essentials.kitname
    delay: 5
    items: #
    - 26......................

    --------------------------------------------------------------

    And will look like this:
    essentials.kit.nb <<< The "nb" is the name of the Kit,understand? XD
    --------------------------------------------------------------
    Now,we go edit the groups.

    groups:
    Player:
    default: true
    permissions:
    #You go put the permissions that you created up /\,here.
    for example,in all of this,go be:
    - essentials.kit.nb
    inheritance:
    info:
    prefix: '&e'
    build: true
    suffix: ''

    --------------------------------------------------------------

    NOW ENJOY AND BE HAPPY ;D

    If you have a question,send me a message in profile(opcional,i see the forum all days!)



    [creeper] says: hi dude...Ssssssss....

    and all already know what happens yes?...Troll....
     
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    That is very helpful HeroBrat, and where do you put the name for the permissions?

    Like this?

    essentials.kit.<NAME>

    Is that how?
     
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    Nope. It's not essentials.kit.[kitname], it's essentials.kits.[kitname]... It will work only like this... If you use PEX, the syntax shall be like this: "pex group [group] add essentials.kits.[kitname]. Now it shall work.
     

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