Inactive [MECH/FUN] RecordRepeat - V1.1 - Just repeat the record! [1.1-R7]

Discussion in 'Inactive/Unsupported Plugins' started by dadaemon, Mar 7, 2012.

  1. RecordRepeat - Put a disc in and listen to it until oblivion!
    Version: v1.1

    This plugin will repeat the disc which is placed inside a jukebox.
    Nothing more and nothing less! It's simplicity is just amazing!

    Video by BrandonHopkins on

    • Repeats a disc placed inside a jukebox
    • Deny repeat through permissions
    • Turn repeat function on and off for newly placed discs through a command
    More information and download can be found on the RecordRepeat project page.


    Version 1.1
    • Added command: /rr or /recordrepeat
    • Hopefully fixed a bug when no ones online
    Version 1.0
    • Added permission: recordrepeat.use, default is true
    • Added notifications. Can be disabled by setting Notice: false in the config
    • Creates default config if none is found
    Version 0.1
    • Initial release
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    Nice, will have to look how it works
  3. Thanks! Also released a new version with more options to the simplest plugin you've ever seen ;)
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    OMG:eek:. Been waiting for this forever!! Thank you sooooooooo much.
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    Add redstone support pleeeease! :)
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    DUDE FINALLY SOMEONE IS THINKING! Thank you so damn much for this!
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    YES. I've been searching bukkit for ages for this!! THANKYOU!
  8. No problem you guys! I've got reports of some bugs and will try and solve them this week. Or at least take a look at them. (For example I've got reports that songs close to each other are breaking other songs. But I think this is how minecraft works...)
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    Looks awesome! Will definitely use.

    Quick question though.. is it on by default? If not, might be a good option for the config. Also, (my server isn't running so I currently can't test) does the disk pop out when it's hit again?

    Thanks for the great addition! Keep up the good work :)
  10. It's default is on yes. Also default everyone can use it, but this can be changes with permissions.

    And for the rest it will act like a normal jukebox. So you have to put a disc in and when clicking it will stop the repeat and the disc will pop out.

    Edit: If you mean by "default on" if all the current jukeboxes will repeat then I have to say no. It will only work when the plugin is installed and people are placing disc in it.
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    To clarify, what I meant by default is when the server is started (player logs in, etc), does the player have to type "/rr r" or a version of that command before putting the disc in for it to repeat a disc? I would like to keep the amount of commands for my players as low as possible (especially since I'm a plugin junkie), and for this plugin to be working without ever typing it in would be awesome. If it does not already behave like this, would it be possible to add an option in the config file? Doesn't seem like it would be too big of a project for yourself, and just a simple "default: ON" option in the config file would do just fine!

    Let me know what you think (if it's not already like this). Thanks!
  12. Default: on (probably OnByDefault: true) shouldn't be that much of a problem to add.

    But to answer your question, the player has to do /rr r once. Then all discs will be repeated afterwards, even after server restart/reload. Also jukeboxes restart the disc again from start when the server starts/reloads.

    But I will try and add the OnByDefault as soon as possible.
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    Sounds good! :) Thanks.

    Oh and when you said, "Also jukeboxes restart the disc again from start when the server starts/reloads," do you mean the disc starts playing again without human interaction when the server is booted back up?
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    Yes! I've always wanted a way to have jukeboxes repeat the music and the simplicity of this plugin makes it even more awesome! I will definitely use this!
  15. Yes they do :)
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    Does This Work With 1.3.1?

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