@CollidedMoon I suggest you read this, so that your code will be a little more understandable. Also: what line is line 7? It's kind of hard to tell.
also: commands can't contain spaces (fj leave for instance). You have to use arguments instead.
You can use this:
World#setThundering(boolean thunder); //for thunder
World#setStorm(boolean storm); //for rain
awh sheit, nevermind. Location#toString should work
@Wazup93 still no error thouh....
@Wazup93 you should post the full stack trace (in a code block, of course)
@AdamQpzm yes, but it already did when I you said that I created a reference to an object, not a new object :)
(Like your explanation though)
@AdamQpzm oh, didn't know that.... (I thought it wouldn't aswell change the other object :s)
Thanks for helping me (I'll get it to work...
@AdamQpzm but I did....
(see line 31, I create my own ItemStack containing the inventory contents, and then rearrange them in the for loop...
@AdamQpzm huh (added some infos to the OP, forgot some things :s)
So, I'm trying to create an invsee command. I know how to open an inventory and show it to others, but I have one problem with it: the items which...
also put Essentials on your server
you download Essentials on their BukkitDev page, and add it as External Jar. Then you'll be able to use their methods.
http://prntscr.com/5ly5dg in the bottom right corner
https://github.com/essentials/Essentials/archive/release.zip is that what you mean?
did you register your events?
having 798 megabytes of the 1060 megabytes you allocated free isn't bad.... (you still have 75% of the allocated memory free)
@teej107 yes (format is world,242.4541925959437,70.0,235.3319632398985,0.0,0.15 so it should be split correctely)(line 112 is line 6 in the code...
I did, and when doing it, it worked just fine :/
hihihi, I know what an ArrayIndexOutOfBounsException is, but its just that I don't get why this...
So, I've got this error, and this code is what's causing it. The line throwing the error is line 6 in the code hastebin.
The weird thing about...
Separate names with a comma.