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What is Messenger?
Messenger is a messaging plugin that provides a fun
and innovative way to communicate with players.
Think of it like a mix of Facebook Messenger and Snapchat, but for Minecraft.Servers Using Messenger
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1) Direct Messaging
3) Group Chats (returning soon!)
4) Other Cool Stuff
Players can send messages to each other by typing: “@<player> <message>.
For example, to send “Hi” to SethBling you’d type: “@Sethbling Hi”
When a player views their inbox, a list will be displayed containing a preview of each message. The player can view each message in full by hovering over each preview. To reply, the player only needs to click on the message and the chat window will open.
Players can also send images to each other by pasting the image URL into the text bar.
Players can add other players to their contact list for faster & easier communication.
These have been temporarily removed pending complete
re-code/redesign.Other Cool Stuff
When hovering over the header bar (thing with ---[Messenger]---) a pop-up will be displayed with your name, score, contacts, and online status. The player card will also be displayed for each player in your inbox.
Score is based on every message you send and receive, like Snapchat.
1) View any player’s Inbox/Contacts
2) Pastebin Message Reports
View Any Player’s Inbox/Contacts
Admins can view a player's current inbox, as well as their contact list. When doing so, admins will have the EXACT same view that the respective player would (player card and all)
Pastebin Message Reports
Admins can generate a report of every message a player has ever sent, including time and to whom.
An example: http://pastebin.com/uzK4hYQ6
 denotes optional parameters. <> denotes required parameters
Displays your inbox
2. /msg contacts
Displays your contact list
3. /msg <add | remove> <player>
Adds/Removes a player from your contacts
4. /msg preference [mute] [player]
Access preferences. Mute will mute/unmute a player and prevent them from sending you messages
5. /msg search <player>
Search for a player. Search results with the top 5 closest matches will be displayed. Click on a name to begin a message to the player.
6. /msga view <messages | contacts> <player> [page #]
View a player's inbox/contacts.
Page # is optional - defaults to 1.
7. /msga report <player>
Generate a Pastebin report for a playerConfiguration
This is as simple as placing the .jar in your plugins
folder. On the first startup you might get an error. This is because the config.yml has just been generated and doesn't contain your MySQL database details. Once you enter those, you'll be good to go.
Nearly everything is configurable, with more coming in the future. Here's an example (default) config file: http://pastebin.com/KzXsDRym
In addition, most messages sent by the plugin, as well as their format, are configurable in the messages.yml file.
API documentation can be found here (I try to keep this up-to-date): http://docs.bluecube.io/Messenger/
1) Cross-server messaging (BungeeCord or other means)
2) Bring back group chats!
This plugin uses bstats, a more functional version of mcstats, to collect basic information about servers using the plugin. You can disable this in the bstats configuration file.
Bug Reports & Feature Requests
If you find any bugs or want to suggest features, please let me know on the discussion page!