DeluxeCommands 1.9.0

Create custom text commands which utilize JSON and allows player specific placeholders!

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    Tested Minecraft Versions:
    • 1.8
    • 1.9
    • 1.10
    • 1.11
    • 1.12
    Contributors:
    lecraeman for the awesome idea! Clarringer for the plugin page graphics!
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    custom stats command on play.pvpcraft.ml

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    Ever wanted to create custom text commands which allow you to utilize JSON formatting? Now you can create text based commands which allow you to have tooltips, click events, and much more!
    This can be used for an awesome info packed /vote command, or even a cool /stats command, and much more!

    To generate your JSON text, you can use
    minecraftjson.com
    Note that you will need to make sure your JSON starts with { and ends with } and is inside of quotations ' '

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    This plugin also hooks into PlaceholderAPI or DeluxeChat to obtain all of its placeholders you have enabled!
    You can show player specific stats from your favorite plugins in your custom commands!

    Keep in mind that any commands you create will override any actual commands you may have from a plugin on your server.


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    Code (Text):

    # DeluxeCommands v1.2 Main configuration
    # Created by extended_clip
    #
    # Create commands below!
    # Command format is as follows:
    #
    # commands:
    #   <command_with_no_slash>:
    #     permission: <permission to use the command>
    #     no_permission_message: <message to send when players do not have permission>
    #     message:
    #     - [text]<regular text here if you start the line with the [text] identifier
    #     - {"text": "JSON text here"}
    #     - {"text": "To have multiple JSON components in the same line"}&&{"text": "you must use the && operator between them!"}
    #     target_permission: <permission to use the command with a player argument at the end: /<command> (player)>
    #     target_no_permission_message: <message to send when players do not have permission to specify a target to set placeholders for>
    #     target_message:
    #     - [text]<You do not have to specify this option, only if you want separate messages when a target is defined.>r
    #     - {"text": "%player%'s stats:"}
    #     - {"text": "This message is only if you want a separate message defined when a"}&&{"text": "target player is specified in the command!"}
    #
    # DeluxeCommands will detect if you have DeluxeChat or PlaceholderAPI installed! You can use any placeholders you have enabled!
    commands:
      somecustomcommand:
        permission: some.custom.permission
        no_permission_message: '&cYou don''t have permission to use this command!'
        target_permission: some.custom.target_permission
        target_no_permission_message: '&cYou don''t have permission to view this command
          with a target player argument!'
        message:
        - '{"text": "--------"}'
        - '{"text": "This is your "}&&{"text": "custom JSON text command showing placeholders
          specific to you!!"}'
        - '{"text": "--------"}'
        target_message:
        - '{"text": "--------"}'
        - '{"text": "This message is optional if you want to show a different message
          when"}&&{"text": " %player% is specified at the end of the command"}'
        - '{"text": "--------"}'
     
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    Code (Text):
    name: DeluxeCommands
    main: me.clip.deluxecommands.DeluxeCommands
    version: 1.0
    author: extended_clip
    softdepend: [DeluxeChat, PlaceholderAPI]
    description: Create your own JSON text commands!
    permissions:
        deluxecommands.admin:
            description: ability to use the internal plugin commands
            default: op
    commands:
       deluxecommands:
         description: DeluxeCommands admin commands
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    Well..... You make them yourself!

    If you want to reload the configuration to load your new commands or list the commands you have loaded,
    you can use the commands shown below!
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Recent Reviews

  1. SadicWolf
    SadicWolf
    5/5,
    Version: 1.9.0
    Awesome plugin, would recommend to everyone!
    Thank you for making it. I'll be using it everywhere.
  2. Decipher
    Decipher
    4/5,
    Version: 1.8.1
    Plugin is great, but an area to improve on would be to make website links clickable in-game.
  3. marlon233
    marlon233
    5/5,
    Version: 1.8.1
    A good plugin to create command, I was wondering if there is an option so that it is not necessary to put the target.
  4. AshtonMemer
    AshtonMemer
    5/5,
    Version: 1.8.1
    Everything about this plugin is beautiful. This plugin is incredibly easy to use, and thanks to PlaceholderAPI, there are no limits to what you can do. I highly suggest this plugin for all server owners.
  5. Shooteh117
    Shooteh117
    4/5,
    Version: 1.8.1
    please update for 1.13.1, the plugin just disables on start. Thanks for all the hard work!
  6. TNTSquid
    TNTSquid
    4/5,
    Version: 1.8.0
    But it wipes the config when there's a single mistake in the config file, destroying everything i did, JUST BECAUSE OF ONE MISTAKE
  7. Scott2453
    Scott2453
    5/5,
    Version: 1.7.0
    I found this plugin by connecting testplugins.com <-MC SERVER, Awesomely, I gonna use this plugin.
  8. Narrator
    Narrator
    5/5,
    Version: 1.7.0
    Simply the best plugin of its kind. If the other reviewers had taken the time to actually research the plugin, they would have realized that everything they referenced is available and functional in the plugin.

    Would highly recommend!
  9. adamawesome135
    adamawesome135
    4/5,
    Version: 1.6.0
    This is awesome can you make it so you can put links and people can click it bc i tryed my website link with the http:// ect and it wouldnt work and if i dont try it still wont let people click it in chat fix please
  10. BlackMagic_
    BlackMagic_
    3/5,
    Version: 1.6.0
    its a good plugin for text but that's basicly what it can only do it should have a way to run other commands like /helpme and you could set it up to run /help