For their purpose? Which is, what, writing inefficient and ill-advised code? :P
- Removed, didn't answer your question, sorry.
> Updated 0.4.0
This update includes:
- Rewrote preferences/settings system.
— Organized preferences into “Options” pane.
> Updated 0.3.1
This is a smallish update, but it fixes some angry bugs.
- Smoother, responsive progress bar
- Disabled SSH...
> Updated 0.3.0 - Probably fixed Windows - added more Console GUI goodies.
Sorry for my inactivity, my computer has been having issues lately.
@RomanChicken: I forgot that it was making calls to the Apple framework...
Oh, sorry, I posted in the wrong section.
As for the rest: I tried setting the metadata, but it didn't work.
I was wondering if there was a way to imitate the NoGravity data tag for entities. Example: you can make a floating hologram by doing this:...
Try using the FactionsChunksChange event....
Have you tried a for loop?
> Updated to v0.1.0.
[ATTACH] Lava Control
Lava Control is a powerful, instantly familiar application that makes testing plugins a breeze. Finally, developers...
I didn't intend to be rude. You mentioned you are a "newbie" at Java, so I suggested that you brush up on those skills before tackling Bukkit. :)
It's best to learn Java before all else.
1. Of course.
2. Can you show us your code?
Well, I suppose you could just get the Item#getNearbyEntities() contents, and see if it contains an instance of an item frame. That's all I can...
In the explode event, you can use getBlockList().
Because you're not setting the variable "format" to the value of the replaced text.
You should be using it like:
for(int i = 0; i < 9; i++)
Separate names with a comma.