MT 1.0

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  • Filename
    MagicTorches.jar
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  • Uploaded
    Mar 6, 2012
  • Size
    93.37 KB
  • Downloads
    562
  • MD5
    c24cd1489770f871cae434c90ed9d7a6

Supported Bukkit Versions

  • CB 1.1-R7
  • CB 1.2.3-R0.1
  • CB 1.1-R6

Changelog

MagicTorches v1.0 by Sorklin

  • Two new torch types (with new ones being simple to add later) - timer and delay (current delay torch renamed to toggle):
  • Timer torches receive a signal, click on (or off), waits a period of time, then click back to original state.
  • Delay torches receive a signal, wait a specific period of time, then change state. (Acts as if there is a repeater between the transmitter and receiver).
  • Receivers can now be transmitters as well (which lets you daisy chain them together for neat effects)
  • Full economy support (optional) through Vault. Torch arrays are priced by whole array (creation and editing), and/or per receiver type (or you can keep em free!)
  • More granular permissions for specific receivers (i.e., you can make it so that people can only create direct receiver arrays, etc.)
  • Full torch editing - allows you to edit an array, just like when you created it (i.e., add/remove receivers, change transmitters, etc.). Arrays are inactive during editing process.
  • Better torch information tools (e.g., receivers know who their parents are).
  • Transmission Signals are now handled through events, so its possible to hook them with other plugins
  • Transmission can load chunks, if they need to, and you allow it
  • Arrays can be distance limited
  • Admins can activate/deactivate all of the arrays on the fly (doesn't yet do specific array activation/deactivation).
  • Admins can reload and prune
  • Paged listings and admins can pull listings of specific user's arrays.
  • Context sensitive, paged help
  • Much more.

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