Timer allows you to define a clock giving the local world time. (Multiple worlds supported since v0.3)
How to use:
- To define a clock, just place a vertical square of 9x9 blocks of the predefined material and place a lever on the extreem right lower block.
- Once the square is recognized by the plugin as a clock, the server warns you with the message "Timer created".
- To start or stop the clock, just use the lever, the following messages will be warned : "Timer started" or "Timer stopped".
- To remove a clock, just break the lever and the server will warn you with the message "Timer deleted".
- None, just create a 9x9 blocks square and place the lever
- If you're not using the Permissions plugin, Timer use the built-in op.non-op system for permissions. Only ops will be able to create a clock.
- Otherwise, the Permissions node is: timer.create
- This config.yml file contains only 3 lines which define the material ID and Data of the clock's blocks (Default is 42 but blocks like 35:5 are now available too), the material ID and Data of the blocks used for showing time and the 12/24 format.
- Just put timer.jar in your server's plugin directory, then restart or reload the server.
- You can then modify the configuration file if needed.
- Add the Permission node if you use Permissions.