Yes it does. But it functions a little diferent from edward one. If u notice, edward one creates a fake player, that executes a command on the player that clicked the sign. Lugao one transforms the player that clicked the sign into the "/commandsigns" player for a little while. So this restricts some commands that where possible to do on Edward's version, but it also expand it to make it possible to do some commands that where not possible on edward original plugin. Heres a example. Code: [command] /*iten 266 50 On edward version, nothing would happen at all. Actually it would work, but the iten would go to the player "commandsigns" and not to the one that clicked it. On lugao version it will work, as the player that clicks the sign becomes the player "/commandsigns" Another expample Code: [command] /*give <NAME> 266 50 On edwards version this would work, for example player "herobrine" clicked the sign, then herobrine would be given the iten. On lugao version thsi wouldnt work, as "herobrine" would be transformed into "/commandsigns", so when he try to give herobrine a iten, it will return a error telling that player is not online.