Maxwell's Notebook

This project is abandoned and its default file will likely not work with the most recent version of Minecraft. Whether this project is out of date or its author has marked it as abandoned, this project is no longer maintained.

Who is Maxwell?

Maxwell's Notebook is an important item from the game Scribblenauts. With this notebook, Maxwell is capable of spawning all items and things he wishes for, to save others.

Then... what is it doing in Minecraft?

I've brought this magical notebook to Minecraft, because who doesn't love Scribblenauts, with the ability to spawn everything you desire into the world? This notebook is handy for different types of situations, such as refunding items to a player that claims he was a victim of an issue with the server, spawning in kits for your friends to enjoy some heavy battles, or even for building, so you don't have to go into your creative inventory and look for the items you desire, since you can now just load them back in using your clipboard that is included!

How does it work

I'm not going to explain the technical side of this plugin, just how to use it and what it does..

Maxwell's notebook allows you to summon items and blocks into the game and saves them onto your clipboard, so you can use it again later. You can summon items by typing the name, amount and data (durability, woolcolor, stainedclaycolor, etc) into the notebook and clicking 'done'.

====== The format you need to use when spawning in items using the notebook ======

have different options, for spawning them in and giving the information for it. First of all, the character '*' is an alias for the amount 64 (a stack). To divide information, you use ':' or ';'. Information given, should be in the following order: ITEM:AMOUNT:DATA. Item stands for the ID of the item you want to summon, or the name. The name doesn't have to match the item you want, because it'll search the best match to your entered itemname. If you want 64 of an item without any data, you can just do ITEM* and leave the ';' away. Unless you want the data included, you'll have to do ITEM:*:DATA.

So, to sum it all up, here are the possibilties for giving information about an item;

ITEM:AMOUNT:DATA or

ITEM:AMOUNT or

ITEM.

'*' is equal to 64.

====== Commands you can execute using the notebook ======

There are also command(s) available.. although I didin't implement many, just the command "clear". You can execute commands by signing the notebook and enter the command as title.

Why should I use this?

Using the notebook is quicker than typing "/give desle .. .." a thousand times, just to get a set of diamond armor.. You can type multiple items in at once, for it to go quicker. You can divide items by using a comma (',') or by going to the next line.

I'm too lazy, what should I do?

For the people amongst us that can't be bothered to read all this junk I've written down (I don't blame you), is a video that gives some examples on what you can do with it.

Still uploading... =c

Commands and permissions

There is only one command, that is used to get the book. "/notebook". It uses the permission "notebook.get". For using the notebook, you'll need the permission "notebook.use".


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About This Project

  • Project ID
    79250
  • Created
    May 1, 2014
  • Last Released File
    May 1, 2014
  • Total Downloads
    237
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