TimedBlockRepair - Have blocks turn into other blocks over time!
- You can configure any block to turn into any other block a specified time after it is placed.
- For example you could have cobble turn into mossycobble 10 minutes after it is placed.
- You can create as many records as you want! You can configure any amount of blocks to replace over time!
- To install, simply download the TimedBlockRepair.jar file and put it into your plugin folder!
- You can use /timedblockreplace instead of /tbr in any of these commands.
- All of these commands use the Block ID, not the name.
- For a list of blocks and their IDs, head to The Minecraft Wiki (link).
|/tbr help||Gives a comprehensive in-game help page (Around the same as this commands section, but with pretty colors)|
|/tbr list||Lists all current records (What blocks are currently set to turn into what other blocks after what time.)|
|/tbr add [FromBlock] [ToBlock] [TimeTillReplace]||Adds a record to say that [FromBlock] should turn into [ToBlock] [TimeTillReplace] seconds after it is placed. If there is already a record for FromBlock, then it will be overriden.|
|/tbr remove [FromBlock]||Removes the record that triggers when [FromBlock] is placed.|
|timedblockreplace.config||Allows you to use /tbr and /tbr help. You need this permission in order to use ANY of the subcommands|
|timedblockreplace.add||Allows you to use /tbr add|
|timedblockreplace.remove||Allows you to use /tbr remove|
|timedblockreplace.list||Allows you to use /tbr list|
CostRepairs's source is available on GitHub: Github/TimedBlockReplace
- Add PluginMetrics
- Add cascading replaces. (For example you could have stone turn into grass, then turn into dirt, then turn into bedrock)
- Create a name file and let the commands use names instead of IDs. (For example use /tbr remove stone instead of /tbr remove 1).