BuildPaste v1.8.2

Copy and Paste builds from a huge database into your world

  1. mistrx
    Native Minecraft Version:
    1.18
    Tested Minecraft Versions:
    • 1.15
    • 1.16
    • 1.17
    • 1.18
    BuildPaste is a minecraft plugin that makes it easy to copy and paste buildings into your world. It can be used to quickly design your servers. In combination with the website https://buildpaste.net you can copy a build by clicking 'Copy' on the website and by then typing '/paste' in the minecraft chat the building will generate right next to you in your world.

    You can also upload your own buildings to our database by selecting two positions using the commands '/pos1' and '/pos2' or by using the 'Position Selector' Item and then typing '/upload'. You can obtain the position selctor by typing '/selector'



    Note: This Mod only works in combination with buildpaste.net



    Copy Minecraft Buildings:

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    Paste Minecraft Buildings:

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    Upload Buildings:

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    Note: The mod works in 1.15 but you can't upload in this version.


    Download as Forge mod for singleplayer:
    https://www.curseforge.com/minecraft/mc-mods/buildpaste/
    ccorp2002, BefanaMalum, moyaq and 4 others like this.

Recent Reviews

  1. Gober
    Gober
    5/5,
    Version: v1.7
    Brilliant! I hope this plugin gets big!!
    :D
    1. mistrx
      Author's Response
      Thank you :)
  2. Olvier408i
    Olvier408i
    5/5,
    Version: v1.3.1
    Best plugin! Large database! I am currently contributing to it! If you can, please add a "servers using this plugin" area/section! I would love to have my server posted as I use the plugin! (thou I will LOVE this plugin if you don't!)
    1. mistrx
      Author's Response
      Thank you for the feedback, and also a big thank you for contributing to it :)
      I will look into adding some kind of section for servers using the plugin, seems like a very good idea!
  3. HollandClan
    HollandClan
    5/5,
    Version: v1.3.1
    Love this plugin - motivated me to build again :) Great to see the content growing - fantastic resource for setting up custom maps and worlds for events ... or just for the hell of creating an amazing world!
    1. mistrx
      Author's Response
      Thank you :)
      Love your content on there too, you uploaded ~10% of the stuff there, thank you!!!
  4. Nawas
    Nawas
    5/5,
    Version: v1.3.1
    works perfectly! im even surpriced how well it worked. but im also a bit sad that there isnt too many builds on the website to paste. but it works without a doupt
  5. bartexs6
    bartexs6
    5/5,
    Version: v1.1
    Really nice plugin that has a huge potential. You have done a great job. I am waiting for new updates and features!
    1. mistrx
      Author's Response
      Thank you :)
  6. magrigrigri
    magrigrigri
    4/5,
    Version: v1.1
    This plugin has a lot of potential, but we can't really use it as a plugin for the moment. My test server crashed the second times I tried to paste something.

    Could you consider adding support for FastAsyncWorldEdit ? This would be an awesome improvement and make this plugin a must have
    1. mistrx
      Author's Response
      Thank you for your review!

      I don't know why your server crashed, I pasted various builds on my test server with 2gb RAM and it never crashed, it only laggs for a split second when I paste bigger builds. I also tried it with one of my friends, but the server never crashed, even if had I pasted builds which contained a ton of blocks.

      If you could give me some information about your server (how much ram, which mc version, how many player were on the server, etc.) I could maybe recreate the scenario and somehow fix it. Also, did it always crash the second time?

      Now to adding FastAsyncWorldEdit:
      I think it wouldn't give any performance boost if I added support for FAWE because my plugin doesn't depend on WorldEdit. I made my own system for this because I was new to coding plugins and didn't know much about WorldEdit and schematics when I started this project.