- Native Minecraft Version:
- Legacy (< 1.13)
- Tested Minecraft Versions:
Are noobs flooding your server? Want a easy solution? Want to block a player or anyone at all from running a certain command? Are there plugins out there, but none offer you 100% customizeable?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, this plugin is for you!
100% easy config with custom message/cmds
- You can customize the message like the one above. You can change it (supports "&" color codes too!)
- Set disallowed commands in-game! (You can set them in config too!)
op - Bypass the blocked commands
stop.bypass - Permission to bypass the blocked commands
admin.perms - Permission to use the /set command
admin.perms - Permission to use the /blocked command
/blocked <list/remove> [#]
Run the /blocked command in game for help on usage of this command!
If you have any questions, ask in the discussion section!
<args> is any commands you want to be blocked. Here is a example:
/set pl ? bukkit help
The above example will block the following commands:
You can continue to put as many <args> (arguements) as you'd like!
You can also add onto the list of disallowed commands via your config!
#Set your disallowed message when a player attempts the commands from the blacklist!
disallowed: "&fPlugins(&a0&f): &aThe server owner has awesome plugins! Huh?!."
#Stop the commands that you do not want them to EVER run! (Ops will be able to run these!) --
#or allow people to use them via "stop.bypass" permission node!
- "/bukkit: pl"
- "bukkit: pl"
#Leave suggestions for more features on the download page on spigot! I would love to add more features. I add more daily.
#Thank you for choosing RetardCommandBlocker!
If you have any further questions, just ask and I will respond to everyone I can!
New features coming out daily!
Things to come:
setting the disallowed message in gamemore (request more features below and I will prioritize those over the ones listed above!)
Command Blocker || 100% Customizeable 1.2.0
Stop players from seeing your plugins || or just simply using a command!