No access while someone is viewing

Discussion in 'Archived: Plugin Requests' started by nanerz_123, Oct 26, 2014.

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    Plugin category: Anti-Greif-Tools

    Suggested name: Anti-Access

    What I want: A plugin that when someone is viewing an item such as a furnace, anvil, enchantment table, ect. No one else can look inside of it. It should be able to work for all items that have a GUI. Including crafting tables. This would be using for people who steal items from peoples furnaces, ect. Also It can serve as a safeguard to future duping glitches. Other people can use this because it is something that is needed in every factions server. It should work with any item that you right click to view.​
    It needs to be able to work with all versions of bukkit even future versions and past versions*​

    Ideas for commands: /aaccess for admins to access items being viewed by other people.

    Ideas for permissions: antiaccess.admin for access to /aaccess

    When I'd like it by: As soon as possible.​
    *I do understand that bukkit is "dead" however, there is word that bukkit will be updated. Also, if not, it can work with Sponge since Sponge has pore that enables it to work with bukkit plugins. So making this/other bukkit plugins isn't a total waste. Craftbukkit may be "dead" but the plugins are still alive.
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    timtower Administrator Administrator Moderator

    nanerz_123 The last stuff isn't really needed ( the bukkit dead stuff ), we wouldn't be here if it was dead.
    Crafting tables can't be checked if they are opened.
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    Im sure they can.
    I think a Plugin called Fastcraft or so was triggering when you open the actual Crafting Window, not when you right clicked a workbench.

    EDIT: I checked the InventoryOpenEvent does get triggered. Checking for InventoryType.WORKBENCH works.

    But applying this to workbenches is pointless because 2 Players cant see each other crafting, both have their own Workbench Inventory.
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