For more info on plugin development, follow me on Twitter! @psnlionking23! Updates: 2/7/12 - So surprisingly, I realized this plugin works on (1.0), but I'm not sure about 1.1 yet, so if anyone sees that it works, please leave a comment. SOOOO SORRY for not updating because I have been experimenting with more program languages as well as creating general applications in Java. I will hopefully update soon. Thanks so much for over 14,000 downloads. OpChat is a simple plugin that lets you know when the operators of the server are chatting! You can also choose the color you want op's usernames to show as! Features: * Can turn this functionality on and off through "/opchat on" and "/opchat off". * Now has /color or /colour commands to choose what color you want op's usernames to appear as! (See spoiler below) * Added /opchat help command to see all available colors. Spoiler (Move your mouse to the spoiler area to reveal the content) Show Spoiler Hide Spoiler /color blue /color red /color lightpurple /color yellow /color gold /color darkpurple /color aqua /color green /color darkaqua /color darkblue /color darkgreen /color darkred /color gray <font color="#ff0000">NOTE: On default, OpChat is disabled on server startup, so use '/opchat on' to enable it. (Fixing because I think you guys might want it enabled on startup...)</font> <Edit by Moderator: Redacted mediafire url> <Edit by Moderator: Redacted mediafire url> Source Code (for v1.2) <font color="#ff00ff">OVER 21000 TOTAL DOWNLOADS!!!</font> Videos: CraftBukkit Plugin Spotlight: OpChat - Video by majornanook: Known Issues: * No enable on startup (Fixing) * Saving previous color settings (Working on it, might take a while.) Goals: * [Above] Changelog: Version 1.2: * Fixed some errors happening with color commands. * And changed two worded commands to one word... I was getting errors. Version 1.1: * Added commands to choose your own color that you want! Version 1.0: * Initial Release If you're looking at the source code, I could have made it take up much less space... but I'm still a noob at Java. EDIT by Moderator: merged posts, please use the edit button instead of double posting.