Graylist 1.1

Simple, effective graylist management.

  1. LeeTheENTP
    Tested Minecraft Versions:
    • 1.11
    Graylisting is very similar to whitelisting, with the exception that a graylisted server allows unlisted players to join with restricted capabilities. The Graylist plugin accomplishes this by putting new players into spectator mode and locking them out of using commands and the chat. This allows newcomers to get a feel for the server without bothering normal players, so they can gauge whether or not they want to become graylisted. Graylists strike a balance between community curation and public accessibility.

    Commands (aliases: glist, gl):
    • /graylist add <player> - Adds a player to the graylist*
    • /graylist remove <player> - Removes a player from the graylist*
    • /graylist gamemode <survival/creative/adventure> - Set the gamemode a player is set to when graylisted
    • /graylist command <command> - Set the command a user will run when graylisted (useful for teleporting players somewhere once graylisted)
    • /graylist message <message> - Set the message sent to unlisted users when they log in or attempt to interact
    • /graylist list - Display the graylist
    • /graylist version - Display the version of the plugin
    • /graylist reload - Reload the config
    *Use the player's username, not UUID. The backend handles everything using UUIDs so you don't have to!

    Permissions:
    • graylist.* - Grants all of the below permissions
    • graylist.admin - Access to the /graylist command
    • graylist.bypass - Bypass graylist's restrictions

Recent Updates

  1. The Minor Fix Update

Recent Reviews

  1. Impirius
    Impirius
    5/5,
    Version: 1.1
    Awesome plugin! Does everything it says it does and works perfectly with default config! This is actually one of the first greylist plugins on spigot that work good! Thanks!