Color server name for client multiplayer screen will pay $5

Discussion in 'Archived: Plugin Requests' started by rockxz2135, Nov 29, 2011.

Thread Status:
Not open for further replies.
  1. Offline


    I want to be able to color my servers name and motd in the by inserting my own color codes. for example...

    When I look at my server in the muliplayer server screen I want it to have a color for the name and motd.
    server-name= &eFunkyTown
    motd= &a24/7 Funky Factions!
  2. Offline


    I just tested it and it doesn't seem to be possible.
  3. Offline


    Why not? Color codes are standard in the game though. :confused:
  4. Offline


    Yes, but the motd is not made to work with colors.
    I tried setting the motd to "test ChatColor.RED lol" and this is what it looks like (notice the ping): [​IMG]
    Heres to code:
    1. public void onServerListPing(ServerListPingEvent event) {
    2. event.setMotd("test "+ChatColor.RED+" lol");
    3. }
  5. Offline


    Oh well worth a try but if you or anyone does I will still pay that 5 bucks :D
  6. Offline

    Daniel Heppner

    I suppose that's a good way of hiding the ping. Maybe if the server is down for maintenance. Actually, I might develop that.
    r3Fuze likes this.
  7. Offline

    Don Redhorse

    hmm mcsignondoor or msod or something like this does that already.. when the server is really down..
  8. Offline


    Have you tried a byte code? Using this?

    Or does that just do that exact same thing as a ChatColor enum?

    EDIT: Wait... the MOTD must support some sort of color, otherwise it wouldn't appear gray.
  9. Offline


    I was thinking the exact same thing!
  10. Offline


    Nope, it's pretty clearly a client-side fix that limits the message to only normal minecraft characters. Mojang is also clearly evil perfectly normal for not expanding font.png to unicode
Thread Status:
Not open for further replies.

Share This Page