JumpPads 1.1.0

Configurable blocks that send players flying through the air!

  1. Hyphenical
    Contributors:
    @Unknowncmbk
    Introduction to Jump Pads
    Jump Pads is a Minecraft Utility extension that hooks into player movement
    in order to edit player velocity to mimic a player jumping. Players that move
    over these specific jump pad blocks will notice an increase in velocity.

    Purpose
    Jump Pads is a Java based utility extension to Minecraft that allows players
    to construct jump pads for use in travel around the game.

    The following are example usages of Jump Pads:
    - Players can build their own jump pads in order to create significantly faster ways to get around their home.
    - Players can use these jump pads in adventure maps in order to make a more difficulty parkour course.
    - Server owners can populate their hub networks with these to increase travel time between points of interest.

    Snapshots
    Below is a screenshot of the default Jump Pad. The block a player runs over is the sponge. The piston is a modifier.
    [​IMG]

    By increasing the amount of pistons, we can increase the jump height of the player.
    [​IMG]

    You can hide a Jump Pad like this:
    [​IMG]

    Here's two quick screenshots of what happens when a player runs over it:
    [​IMG]
    [​IMG]

    As the server owner, you can specify which block would be the 'launch' block and which would be the modifier.
    - Default launch block: Sponge (ID: 19)
    - Default modifier block Piston (ID: 33)

    You can also set a double modifier for the horizontal and vertical velocity components that increase for a player's velocity.

    Commands:
    JumpPads comes with a set of commands, only available to players that have op or the permission node:
    ```
    - jumppads.jp
    ```

    Users can access the help screen by typing:
    ```
    /jp help
    ```

    An extended description is provided below:
    ```
    - /jp version
    Displays the version of this plugin.

    - /jp reload
    Reloads the config.yml into the JumpPads plugin.

    ```

    Configuration:
    When JumpPads is loaded for the first time, two config.ymls are created.
    ```
    config.yml
    and
    example-config.yml
    ```
    The config.yml is the actual configuration file that is read from the plugin,
    whereas the example-config.yml provides comments for how to edit the config.yml
    and what values stand for what.

    Below is the example-config.yml with extended comments:
    ```
    # ---------------------------
    # Example Jump Pads Configuration
    # ---------------------------
    #
    # ---------------------------
    # Product by Hyphenical Technologies
    # Website: http://hyphenical.net
    # ---------------------------
    #
    # - Note about editing -
    # Make sure to check the YAML syntax against a YAML parser.
    # Ex: http://yaml-online-parser.appspot.com/
    #
    # ---------------------------
    # - Example configuration -
    # ----- DO NOT EDIT -----
    # ---------------------------
    #
    #
    # Version of this config, do not edit this.
    # config-version: 1
    # global-settings:
    # # The ID that the players can see and walk over.
    # launchID: 19
    # # The ID that is under the launch ID to concatenate player velocity
    # enhanceID: 33
    # # The horizontal velocity written as a double
    # h-velocity: 2.0
    # # The vertical velocity written as a double
    # v-velocity: 1.0
    #
    #
    # ---------------------------
    # End of Example Configuration
    # ---------------------------
    ```

    License
    A copy of the JumpPads' license can be found here.