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A fairly simple, feature-rich plugin that adds some color to a 1.7 server! You can have an image, a code to replace with the player's name, an optional message to people when someone views the server, the player's face for the server image, or just an image from the internet.
FULL permission support.
Setting of colored MOTDs for new and old players.
Image support and player head support. - So a player's head is displayed as the server image.
Notification for a server ping.
/motd View the various MOTDs REQUIRES PERMISSION
/setmotd <NewMOTD> Set the MOTD (In-Game) REQUIRES PERMISSION
/setsystemmotd <NewMOTD> Set the MOTD (For the multiplayer list) REQUIRES PERMISSION
/setbeforesystemmotd <NewMOTD> Set the MOTD for players who have previously been on the server (Multiplayer list) REQUIRES PERMISSION
motd.setsystemafter - I know I got the permission a bit wrong, but it works
/toggleping Toggle the notification for when a player checks the server on the multiplayer list. It will tell you who it was, if they have joined the server with that IP.
/getpingplayer Get the players who are listening for pings. Version 3.0.
/setserverimage <Valid image URL(see below)> Set the 1.7 image for your server - from a URL. Version 3.0 REQUIRES PERMISSION
motd.setserverimage - But is actually
motd.setserveriage due to a typo and will be fixed soon, so give BOTH permissions for the future.
motd.*: description: Use all MOTD commands. children: motd.check: true motd.set: true motd.setsystem: true motd.setsystemafter: true motd.checkupdate: true motd.setserverimge: true default: op motd.check: description: Check the MOTD. default: true motd.set: description: Use the setmotd command to change the MOTD. default: op motd.setsystem: description: Use the setsystemmotd command to change the MOTD. default: op motd.setsystemafter: description: Use the setsystembeforemotd command to change the MOTD. default: op motd.checkupdate: description: See, on login, if there's an update available. default: op motd.setserverimage: description: Use the /setserverimage command default: op
A typical configuration file looks like this:
motd: ingame: '&aWelcome ' system: '&6&lWelcome ' systembefore: '&b&lWelcome Back, %player%&b&l! ' AutoUpdate: Enabled: true Image: faces: true mask: false IP123,123,123,123: oliver276
The 'ingame' is for players when they log-in.
The 'system' is for new players viewing the server on the multiplayer list.
The 'systembefore' is for players that have previously been on the server.The variable
%player% will be replaced by the player's name.
mask' is for the additional layer on one's face skin and '
faces' needs to be disabled. An example of this is CaptainSparklez's skin.
YOU NEED TO DISABLE 'Faces' FOR THE MASK
The rest is just for the IP storage of players.
Sets the image of your server.
The image MUST be 64x64 pixels and MUST be obtained from a valid URL.
A few VALID image URLs -
THEY SHOULD ALWAYS END IN AN IMAGE EXTENSION (.png .jpg etc...)
If you look in the
plugins/MOTD/, you might see an image.png.
Replacing that image with another 64x64 pixel image will also work.
1) Integration for banned players - this may not be too reliable though
Please comment for any additional ideas!
- Date created
- Jun 01, 2013
- Last update
- Jan 31, 2014
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