- Set a limit on the amount of players that can join a given world
- Commands to add/edit/remove limits
- Use permissions to bypass limit
WorldRestrict is used to limit the amount of players that can be in a world at a time. It's extremely light weight, simply listening on teleport events and cancelling them if the world is at its limit.
|worldrestrict.bypass.<world>||Allows player to bypass player limit on <world>|
|worldrestrict.cmd.wr||Allow usage of /worldrestrict without any arguments|
|worldrestrict.cmd.list||Allows user to list players in a world, and count them|
|worldrestrict.cmd.set||Allows user to set a world's limit|
|worldrestrict.cmd.remove||Allows user to remove a world's limit|
|/worldrestrict list||[world]||List & count players of [world]|
|/worldrestrict set||[world] [limit]||Set the limit of [world]|
|/worldrestrict remove||[world]||Remove the limit of [world]|
Default configuration: List worlds and their limit under "worlds" with format: world: limit
Set deny message if world is full in deny_message. You can use colours and <world> for the world name.
worlds: world: 30 world_nether: 30 world_the_end: 30 deny_message: '&cYou can not enter &7<world>&c because it is full!'
- Date created
- Apr 05, 2012
- Last update
- Apr 07, 2012
- Development stage
- Matt Low Copyright
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