Join Commands 0.0.4

Bungee commands and player commands when they join :)

  1. SirBlobman
    Tested Minecraft Versions:
    • 1.7
    • 1.8
    • 1.9
    • 1.10
    • 1.11
    • 1.12
    This plugin allows you to execute commands when a player joins your server.

    Installation Guide
    1. Download the ZIP file to your computer
    2. Extract the ZIP file to a new folder
    3. If you have a bungee server, upload 'Join Commands Bungee.jar' into /plugins/ on the BungeeCord Proxy
    4. Upload the file 'Join Commands.jar' to your Spigot server in /plugins/
    5. Restart the bungee and spigot servers
    BungeeCord is optional, you only need it if you want to run bungee commands, otherwise you can just upload 'Join Commands.jar' to the spigot server

    Code (YAML):
    join commands:
     # The id for this command is "exampleCommand1"
      # There is no use for this right now so you can set it to anything
      # Just make sure none of them are the same
      exampleCommand1
    :
       # The command to run
        # Do not put a /
        # You can run it as the player if you add [PLAYER] to the beggining
        # You can run it as the player with all permissions if you add [OP] to the beginning
        # You can run it as a bungee player if you add [PBUNGEE] to the beginning (and if JoinCommandsBungee is installed on your BungeeCord Proxy)
        # You can run it as the bungee console if you add [CBUNGEE] to the beginning (and if JoinCommandsBungee is installed on your BungeeCord Proxy)
        command
    : 'msg {player} Welcome to the server!'
     
        # How long to wait after the player has joined
        # This is in ticks, so 20 = 1 second
        delay
    : 20
     
        # Should this commmand require a permission to execute?
        # Set this to '' to not use a permission
        permission
    : ''
     
        # Should this command only execute the first time a player joins?
        # Set this to false to execute on every join
        first join only
    : true
     
      #exampleCommand2:
      #  command: '[PLAYER]suicide'
      #  delay: 40
      #  permission: 'jc.we.hate.you'
      #  first join only: false
     
      #examplecommand3;
      #  command: '[PBUNGEE]server factions'
      #  delay: 10
      #  permission 'server.auto.join.factions'
      #  first join only: false
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Recent Updates

  1. Bug Fix
  2. Awesome Update

Recent Reviews

  1. Capricho
    Capricho
    5/5,
    Version: 0.0.4
    OOWW Nice plugin!! very nice, sorry band English :/ -
    1. SirBlobman
      Author's Response
      Thanks for the review :)
  2. DaveDevil
    DaveDevil
    5/5,
    Version: 0.0.2
    It does exactly what it says! Join Commands, and First Join Commands, easy and light plugin, and awesome pluginner!
    1. SirBlobman
      Author's Response
      Thanks for the review :)
      Do you have any suggestions?
  3. SuperPig
    SuperPig
    5/5,
    Version: 0.0.2
    You listened your users, that's why now i love that plugin, thanks for the permissions support ;D
    1. SirBlobman
      Author's Response
      No problem, I like taking suggestions :)
  4. SuperPig
    SuperPig
    5/5,
    Version: 0.0.1
    I would like to see a "permission node", for example
    join commands:
    command1:
    - 0:bc VIP {player} JOINED THE SERVER
    use-permissions: true
    permission: 'jc.vip'
    command2:
    -0:tell Hello! {player}
    use-permission: false
    permission: ''
    1. SirBlobman
      Author's Response
      Thanks for the suggestion, I'll add it on the todo list.
  5. Nightshade73
    Nightshade73
    5/5,
    Version: 0.0.1
    Great plugin, Works how it says it works.
    Would like to see more features.. Like Player executed commands, On first login.. etc

    :D
    1. SirBlobman
      Author's Response
      Thanks for the review and suggestions :)
  6. HexedHero
    HexedHero
    5/5,
    Version: 0.0.1
    Very good plugin but doesn't support bungeecord commands from Spigot servers which is what I need :(
    1. SirBlobman
      Author's Response
      Thanks for the suggestion, I will try to add that
  7. Luisomar0369
    Luisomar0369
    5/5,
    Version: 0.0.1
    It's a very good idea, but these commands are at the first login? or they run whenever they enter, is there any way to execute a command with the first login?
    1. SirBlobman
      Author's Response
      I will add a section for "first login only" commands