mmoChat provides simple channel handling for players. Channels are controlled via filters - this means that you can easily create new channel types by combining filters such as Local + Party etc.
The mmoMinecraft suite is a collection of plugins that together attempt to create a more mmorpg-like experience in Minecraft.
- mmoCore - Required by all mmoMinecraft plugins.
- SpoutPlugin - Allows a small tab showing the current channel above the text input (optional).
- mmoParty - Adds a "Party" filter and adds the /party channel (use command:false).
- mmoChatPirate - Adds a "Pirate" filter which makes you talk like a pirate.
- mmoChatTitle - Adds a permissions based "Title" filter.
- Easy to create new channels.
- Simple API for creating new channel filters.
- Players select default channel simply by using the channel chat command without any args.
- Multiple aliases for every channel.
- Automatically add a command for each channel created (optional).
- Show a tab above the text bar showing the current channel (requires Spout).
- /channel <name> - Change the channel you are speaking on.
- /channel <name> [text] - Send text to the named channel.
- /<channel> - Change the channel you are speaking on (if it has a channel command).
- /<channel> [text] - Send text to the named channel (if it has a channel command).
- /me [text] - Send text as an emote rather than a message (slightly different formatting).
#mmoChat Configuration default: channel: Chat # The default channel for people to speak in colour: false # Should it allow colour codes in messages format: "[%1$s] %2$s: %4$s" # Channel format string (optional, see below) formatme: "[%1$s] * %2$s %4$s" # Channel /me format string (optional) channel: Shout: # The channel name alias: # A list of aliases to use for this channel - Sh - Sho - Shou filters: # A list of filters to use (see below) - Yell - Range 200 command: true # Does this have a custom /Shout command enabled: true # Is this channel enabled log: true # Does this log to the console format: "[%1$s] %2$s: %4$s" # Channel format string (optional) formatme: "[%1$s] * %2$s %4$s" # Channel /me format string (optional)
- Server - everyone online.
- World - in the same world.
- Yell - within 300 blocks (and same world)
- Range <range> - within <range> blocks (default 100, and same world)
- Say - within 25 blocks (and same world)
- Disabled - nobody can see this
- Tell - the first word is taken as a single target
- Reply - sends back to the last person to use Tell at you
- mmo.chat.* - Default - use and see channels
- mmo.chat.*.use - Default - use channels
- mmo.chat.*.see - Default - see channels
- mmo.chat.<channel> - Use and see channel
- mmo.chat.<channel>.use - Use channel
- mmo.chat.<channel>.see - See channel Permissions will search from the most specific permission back to the default permission until it finds a specific true or false.
- "%1$s" - Channel name
- "%2$s" - Name of player talking
- "%3$s" - Name of player seeing the message (every player gets their own string)
- "%4$s" - Message
- You can use normal Minecraft colour codes in the format string, however both the player names will be coloured automatically.
- Private channels created by players.
- Channel control commands.
- Date created
- Sep 15, 2011
- Last update
- Oct 18, 2012
- Development stage
- GNU General Public License version 3 (GPLv3)
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