midibanks-revival

This plugin is a revival of the plugin at this thread.Originally created by Protected.

I thank him for originally creating it but am angered by his complete removal of the plugin without leaving any notification for its fans.

The original plugin allowed you to play midis in Minecraft without a client mod using noteblocks and correctly formatted signs.


The format of the signs is like this.

  • first line: blank
  • second line: [midi]
  • third line: filename, must be short enough to fit on the line without the .mid extension.
  • fourth line:Special perimeters, Such as start on chunk load and looping "A,L, and a few more I need to search for in the code."

examples:
Micheal Jackson's beat it.mid

  • blank
  • [midi]
  • mjbi

song of storms.mid

  • blank
  • [midi]
  • sos

For more help check the help page here.===> Help


If you want to see videos of this plugin in action check here.==> videos


Permission Nodes:

midibanks.can-use

midibanks.can-create

midibanks.cmd


My hopeful to-do list:

  1. maybe create a client version.
  2. get more of the commands working - Just removed the non working ones
  3. somehow figure out how to add permissions
  4. maybe change the command to prevent conflicts command is now midibanks
  5. clean up the messy code
  6. check the configuration file - included inside of jar also saved upon plugin load.

Optional Dependencies:

Vault

Official repo of the plugin:

http://midibanks-revival.googlecode.com/

this contains both the regular version and the bukkitforge version.

if you are having trouble with getting the midis to play open them with an external program such as Anvil Studio

the midis go in the same folder as the config file.


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  • Project ID
    37478
  • Created
    Mar 11, 2012
  • Last Released File
    Sep 3, 2013
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