Discussion in 'Bukkit Help' started by JoLong, Nov 29, 2012.
How they did it?
\u00A76This text is in Gold\! \u00A7bThis in blue\!
Just change the last number/letter to the color code.
Colour code reference: http://ess.khhq.net/mc/
lol768, I already tried, but not work.
Steffion I love You, there is a code reference for these codes?
JoLong Not sure. Just do this:
And replace the @ with 1 t/m 9 and a t/m f
Or look Here if you meant that!
Steffion Thanks man, you save my life
Is it not easier if you hold ALT then press 7 8 9 ? then the letter/number? It'll automatically.
The '&' color codes don't work for MOTD, use this link and you will be in business
Use this §
and then the code so example: §aWelcome to Minecraft!@§cHello.§e Build§d something§a fairly§b epic!
don't work !
You have to give us more information than that... what doesn't work? What does it say? What does it do?
ColouredMotd, is a plugin.
Why waste the memory usage?
don't work, I think sums up the whole issue. works only the " \u00A7@ " By Steffion
now i try the colouredmotd plugin... hopefully good !
Im confused...... What do i type if i want Z's Server [i want the Z's to be (1 or blue) and the Server to be 6(or orange)
18.104.22.168:25569 Set this as your MOTD:
It really doesn't take any memory. Adding a plugin doesn't take memory unless it does something more interesting than just changing some text. All that plugin does is make it so you can use the & characters in your MOTD messages. The one I found is like 3KB. It won't hurt your performance at all.
What is a 1 t/m 9 and a t/m f?
How do you do this? (the shadow effect)
Try this i'm using it.
Does that do the shadow effect tho?
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