CustomTime

CustomTime

Version 2.1.1

By jcv8000

Built on spigot-api-1.17.1-R0.1-SNAPSHOT
Updated for 1.17.1

CustomTime is a simple plugin used to control the day/night cycle. You can speed up or slow down time any way you like.

You can set day or night separately to last a certain number of real-life seconds, minutes, hours, or days, or you can specify a multiplier like '2x' to make time move 2x as fast.

The values for length/multiplier can be decimals. Setting the multiplier less than 1 slows down time, greater than 1 speeds up time.

 Worlds can be controlled individually, and supports other worlds created by plugins like MultiVerse. They can't be nether or end worlds though.

 

Commands:

The command structure has been rewritten to be a lot simpler.

Typing ' /ct ' by itself will display information about the day/night cycle for all worlds that it is affecting.

This is the general usage of the command:

/ct [day/night] [value][s/m/h/d/x] [world (optional)]

s = seconds, m = minutes, h = hours, d = days, using x will apply that number as a multiplier.

(Leaving the [world] parameter blank uses the world that the player is currently in. If left blank in the console it uses the level-name from server.properties)

 

Example: If you wanted to make the day/night cycle last 24 real hours (in the default world), you would do this:

/ct day 12h
/ct night 12h

Example: Make day and night last 10 seconds each in a MultiVerse world called 'testWorld':

/ct day 10s testWorld
/ct night 10s testWorld

 

Installation:

Just download the latest .jar file and put it in your server's "plugins" folder.

 

Permissions:

The permission node customtime.* gives that user/group access to use '/ct' and change the day/night cycle


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    92414
  • Created
    Jun 3, 2015
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    Aug 5, 2021
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