ConfigEditor 1.2

Edit plugin configurations in game!

  1. Wundero
    Config Editor

    Edit plugin configurations in game!

    This simple plugin allows you to edit any plugin's configuration with one easy command.

    Commands:
    /edit <plugin [file]|file> - configeditor.edit

    Allows you to edit a yaml configuration file. You can specify what to edit in three different ways: Specify a plugin name, and it will edit the config.yml file; Specify a plugin name and a file, and it will edit the file you specify (you can have it in folders by using /, for example: users/Wundero.yml will load <plugin>/users/Wundero.yml); or you can specify a file directly.

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    Configuration:
    None yet!

    Requirements:
    This plugin requires ProtocolLib to run. Make sure you have the latest version installed.

    Credits to Max Kreminski for the awesome fanciful library. License for that library is here.

    If you have any questions, feel free to post them in the discussion page.

    Images

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Recent Updates

  1. Minor changes/fixes
  2. Full View Support!

Recent Reviews

  1. PizzaDressing
    PizzaDressing
    2/5,
    Version: 1.0
    Not a very efficent plugin when you just can open up the config file and get a bigger overview of the config instead of using a command..

    And when youre using the command, you have to open up a plugin's config to see the config keys.. Then you're already in the config, why leave it and use a command?

    Not very useful :/
    1. Wundero
      Author's Response
      The point is to avoid having to open the file up at all, not to make the process necessarily faster. It allows people who have rented servers with slow FTP's to have a faster config editing option. It also makes sure you don't break anything when editing the config, while raw file editing can break things.