TimeShift gives you control over how time progresses on your server. It allows you to set both the current behavior and the startup behavior for any world to progress normally, loop day, or loop night. It also offers multiple options for sunrise and sunset.
TimeShift attempts to play nice with other plugins that reserve the '/time' command by cancelling active shifts on a world if a '/time [x]' command is used. It also offers Bukkit permission nodes which are available by default to ops.
You can easily modify what messages TimeShift displays and who sees them using the configuration file which is generated when TimeShift is first run. This allows you to localize TimeShift in your own language or simply control who sees announcements. If you decide to localize TimeShift, you should send me your config!
The links below provide more information on configuring and using TimeShift. Simply click "Main" at the top to return to this page. If you are currently browsing via minecraft.curse.com, please follow this link. The sub-pages do not work on curse.com yet, and at this rate (and knowing curse) they never will. DBO provides a much cleaner, easier to read, limited-ad (320 pixels of affiliate links) place to view Bukkit plugins.
- Date created
- Aug 25, 2011
- Last update
- Sep 09, 2012
- Development stage
- Public Domain
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