PlayerChatEvent is deprecated and it locks up the main server thread.
In the end, AsyncPlayerChatEvent accomplishes the same thing.
Nicely timed Mojang, nicely timed.
The day after a stable 1.2.x RB comes out, Mojang releases another update to Minecraft.
You need NoCheat, and BlacklistCheck. It prevents people who are potential griefers/hackers.
I also got a free month from Curse. What is going on?
The moment I read this:
HR Manager : Unimatrix
I laughed and then realized that this will become another "McBans".
Nonetheless, good luck.
I seem to fix the error by first downloading the whole map off my server.
I then ran Chunkster to find which region files is causing the error,...
Well I am trying to bring my server to 1.2.3, but this is the error when Bukkit tries to convert the map:
2012-03-04 19:55:27 [INFO]...
You sir are a life saver.
Thank you very much for updating this plugin :D!
Is it possible for the BuyCraft's developers to add the the option to buy usergroups?
Can I do a feature request for group switch?
I have a feature request. Using SuperPerms, is not possible to change usergroups?
So if some bought a VIP package, they become VIP in game.
A quick question, I realize that this plugin is intended for RB1337. I do realize that Bukkit has undergone some slight API changes from RB1337 to...
Should be fixed; sorry for the very late reply.
There would a YAML parse error; but there is none.
There was something wrong with my export.
I edited my OP. It should have contained this:
description: Clears the item drops around a specified radius...
Guess like BBCode hates me. I had other information in it; guess like I'll re-edit my OP to reflect the changes.
I am 99% sure that I added commands correctly. I have a separate class file that implements the CommandExecutor. This is what I currently have....
I get this error ...
# sh minecraft_autobackup.sh
: command not foundp.sh: line 3:
: command not foundp.sh: line 6:
: command not foundp.sh: line...
I had the same problem ..
Player.getInventory().addItem(new ItemStack (itemID, itemAmount));
Many thanks! I better stick to the JavaDocs ..
Separate names with a comma.