TimeSign Version: 1.2 Official Website (updated first) : TimeSign This plugin adds the ability to change the time via signs, watchs and commands. Place a sign with this pattern (case insensitive): [timesign] <Nothing>|<0-24000>|<Name> Doesn't matter Doesnt' matter If the second line is blank, it'll display the current time on the sign. This also sets up the sign for a time change. If you typed in a number between 0 and 24000 it'll change the world's time to this value. You can also use a name that represents a time for example : midnight for 18000. The names are listed in '/plugins/TimeSign/TimeSign.cfg'. You can simply add your own times by adding a line : <name>=<0-24000>. Since Version 1.2 they're stored in the config.yml under the 'times'-node. To change the time with a watch just right-click on a block with the watch in the hand. It'll only swap between morning and evening. Since 1.1 is the /times-command. Just type /times to get the world's time. To change the time just add a name or a number between 0-24000 after the command. Since 1.2 there is also a redstone and piston support. So you can activate a sign with pushing on the sign or by direct redstone power. Now you can also change the time of a specific world using the command. Just use the world name as first parameter. There is also a support for different ways for permissions. In all plugins of mine using devbukkit 770+ will have a property called permissions with four different options : CONFIG - Only use the plugin's configuration-file BUKKIT - Use bukkit's build-in permission-system PLUGIN - Use the permissions plugin OP - Only operators can use the plugin To change the messages edit the '/plugins/TimeSign/config.yml'. Original file: Show Original Configuration Hide Original Configuration Code: times: morning : 0 evening : 12500 noon : 6250 permissions: OP trans_noworld: The world "$w$" does not exist. trans_notimenoworld: Name isn't listed and there is no world with this name. trans_playergetworldtime: It's $t$ in "$w$". trans_changeto: I just changed the time to $t$. trans_changeworldto: I just changed the time of "$w$" to $t$. trans_playergettime: It's $t$ in your world. trans_notime: Name isn't listed. trans_noperms: You don't have the permissionto do this. trans_nopermswatch: You don't have the permission to use a TimeSignWatch. trans_watchtomorning: I just changed the time to morning with this cool watch. trans_watchtoevening: I just changed the time to evening with this cool watch. Video from me about version 1.0 (Notice the subtitles in German and English) and a video about version 1.2. Show Video Hide Video Show Permission Nodes Hide Permission Nodes timesign.use - Ability to use signs to change the time timesign.usecommand - Ability to use the '/times'-command timesign.usewatch - Ability to use the watch to change the time Version 1.2 (Download) added multi-permissions added multiworld-support added redstone and piston-support Compiled with references on devBukkit 770 and Permissions 3.1 for Craftbukkit 1000 Version 1.1 (Download) added the '/times' command as tool added 'timesign.usecommand'-node added file for messages Compiled with references on devBukkit 704 and Permissions 3.1 for Craftbukkit 818 Show old versions Hide old versions Version 1 (Download) Sign and watch as tool for a time change Permission-Nodes added File for time names Compiled with references on devBukkit 668 and Permissions 2.7 for Craftbukkit 733 Allready tested on 860. Works fine. EDIT by Moderator: merged posts, please use the edit button instead of double posting.