Gamerule Manager 1.0

Gamerule-Manager is a simple Minecraft plugin to manage your world gamerules !

  1. _BoBsmil3Y
    Native Minecraft Version:
    1.13
    Tested Minecraft Versions:
    • 1.13
    • 1.14
    • 1.15
    • 1.16
    Source Code:
    https://github.com/BoBsmil3Y/Gamerule-Manager
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    Description

    Gamerule Manager is a simple and light plugin to manage your world gamerules. It's completely an only admin plugin with one command and one permission. He has only two listeners trigger : InventoryClickEvent & AsyncPlayerChatEvent. They're both quickly skip when they're not trigger for the plugin.


    How it work

    When executing the main command, a GUI menu will be open with a list of items. You have two types of item : Lever for boolean gamerule, and a paper for integer gamerule. If a lever has an enchant effect it's because is value is on "true".

    • When you clicked on a Lever, the gamerule will change to the other value (true -> false or false -> true).
    • When you clicked on a Paper, the menu will closed and you have to write in the chat the value you want to put, it has to be an integer between -2 147 483 648 and +2 147 483 647.


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    Command to open the GUI menu with all the world gamerules :
    /!\ Its a player only command. You can't execute it from the console !



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    Permission to execute /gmanager :



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    If you have any issue with the plugin, post an issue here :
    https://github.com/BoBsmil3Y/Gamerule-Manager/issues

    Post a review if you're using the plugin ! ♥

Recent Reviews

  1. Xaver106
    Xaver106
    3/5,
    Version: 1.0
    Great plugin. It works perfectly on any normal server.
    For Proxy servers: The integer gamerules can't be changed if you use a chat plugin!
    1. _BoBsmil3Y
      Author's Response
      I'm gonna take a look !
  2. reisben55
    reisben55
    5/5,
    Version: 1.0
    A simple plugin for playing around with gamerules.
    It does just that and nothing more.