ImageMaps 1.0.8

Render Images onto maps!

  1. SydMontague
    Native Minecraft Version:
    1.17
    Tested Minecraft Versions:
    • 1.13
    • 1.14
    • 1.15
    • 1.16
    • 1.17
    Source Code:
    https://github.com/SydMontague/ImageMaps
    ImageMaps
    ImageMaps is a plugin for Bukkit Minecraft servers that enables you to place custom images in your world by rendering them onto maps and placing them in item frames.

    This can be used to create info graphics, custom paintings and even the appearance of custom textures.

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    Installation
    You will need a Server that implements Bukkit 1.13 or newer. Some features are only available in newer releases. Make sure to use the latest release of your server software before reporting issues.

    Put the plugin into your servers plugins folder and start it up. A folder for the plugin will be created automatically. You can place your images in the images folder inside it.

    Upgrading from versions < 1.0.0
    The plugin should convert your maps.yml automatically. It will attempt to create a backup before doing so, but it is recommended to do one manually as well.

    Usage
    In order for you use place images they must be present in the images folder. You can either put them there via FTP or just copying it, or by using the plugin's download command, allowing you to access images from the Internet.

    To place images just run the /imagemap place command and right click the block that should be the upper left corner of the image (based on your perspective).

    Images will by default split into 128x128 pixel sub-images to fit on a map. The image may be scaled via command parameters, however it is recommended to prepare correctly scaled images.

    The color palette of Minecraft maps is very limited, requiring the plugin/Bukkit to convert the input image. This will result in your images looking different ingame than the source. The available color table can be found here: https://minecraft.gamepedia.com/Map_item_format#Color_table

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    The invisible and fixed item frame properties are only available in 1.16+. You can modify them for any item frame by using a configurable (default a wooden hoe) items. Right click to toggle visibility and Shift+Right click to toggle the fixed state.

    Commands
    • /imagemap place <filename> [frameInvisible] [frameFixed] [frameGlowing] [size]
      • Starts the placement process
      • frameInvisible and frameFixed are only available on 1.16+
      • frameGlowing is only available on 1.17+
    • /imagemap download <filename> <sourceURL>
      • downloads an image from the given URL into the images folder
    • /imagemap delete <filename>
      • deletes an image from the images folder
    • /imagemap info <filename>
      • prints info, such as resolution and expected size
    • /imagemap reload <filename>
      • reloads an image, to be used when the image file changed
    • /imagemap list [page]
      • lists all images in the images folder
    • /imagemap help [command]
      • prints help for commands
    Permissions
    imagemaps.* - grants access to all permissions
    imagemaps.place - grants access to /imagemap place command
    imagemaps.download - grants access to /download place command
    imagemaps.delete - grants access to /imagemap delete command
    imagemaps.info - grants access to /imagemap info command
    imagemaps.list - grants access to /imagemap list command
    imagemaps.reload - grants access to /imagemap reload command
    imagemaps.help - grants access to /imagemap help command
    imagemaps.toggleFixed - allows to toggle the "fixed" state of frames with a wooden hoe
    imagemaps.toggleVisible - allows to toggle the "visible" state of frames with a wooden hoe

    All permissions are default true for OPs.

    Maven
    You will need to configure your environment to access GitHub repositories.

    Code (Text):
    <dependency>
      <groupId>net.craftcitizen</groupId>
      <artifactId>imagemaps</artifactId>
      <version>1.0.1</version>
    </dependency>
    Code (Text):
    <dependency>
      <groupId>net.craftcitizen</groupId>
      <artifactId>imagemaps</artifactId>
      <version>1.0.1</version>
    </dependency>

    This plugin has been developed for the CraftCitizen survival Minecraft server.

Recent Reviews

  1. Elo106
    Elo106
    5/5,
    Version: 1.0.7
    Easy to use, great plugin, with a lot of uses!
    Images can be uploaded and placed with a few commands, no need to move images on the server or anything like that.
  2. DoubleSpinex
    DoubleSpinex
    4/5,
    Version: 1.0.6
    Working good, splitting colors good, 1.17 Support which is new and plenty of options on the way too. But I still think
    ImageOnMaps is more comfy, It has a short command, a map etc. This plugin on the other hands is placing the frames automatically which is a big pro.
  3. Deago
    Deago
    5/5,
    Version: 1.0.6
    This is a perfect plugin, I have been using this on my server for a year now without any problems.
  4. Xman12345
    Xman12345
    1/5,
    Version: 1.0.6
    Plugin works but I can't change the size of the map. The map art ends up placing as a huge image.
    1. SydMontague
      Author's Response
      Please read the documentation. The plugin will automatically split the image in 128x128 maps, based on the resolution of the image. You can change that either by resizing the image using tools like GIMP or by using the size parameter in the /imagemap place command.
  5. HudsonIsEpic
    HudsonIsEpic
    5/5,
    Version: 1.0.6
    everyone is really helpful when i am trying to figure out something with this plugin, it also is a very poggers plugin in general
  6. Ducki0210
    Ducki0210
    5/5,
    Version: 1.0.4
    Wonderful plugin!
    This is just a really lightweight plugin and works as much as possible
  7. thefire12
    thefire12
    5/5,
    Version: 1.0.3
    Buen plugin amigo necesitaba algo como esto gracias!!!!! siempre e buscado plugins de estos como bannerboard pero solo me tiraba errores y ahora es premium pero el tuyo funciono de maravillas y sin errores!