PsudoCommands - Add the @ target selector to plugin commands! 1.0.13

Adds the ability to use the base-game @ function for plugins that may not support them.

  1. zombie_striker
    Tested Minecraft Versions:
    • 1.7
    • 1.8
    • 1.9
    • 1.10
    • 1.11
    • 1.12
    • 1.13
    • 1.14
    Source Code:

    PsudoCommands is a plugin that uses my CommandUtil class to allow plugin commands to use the @ function. With this command, you can now issue commands as other players, get the player's X,Y,and Z without having to manually input that coordinates, and randomly select players for a command, even for plugin commands that do not support them.

    Works on all updates, and adds 1.13 '^' arguments and more to older updates!


    • /Psudo <command>: -Issues the command as the sender
    • /PsudoAs <sender> <command> - Issues the command as the sender specified.
    • psudocommand.* -Allows access all psuso commands
    • psudocommand.psudo - Allows access to the "/psudo" command
    • psudocommand.psudoAt - Allows access to the "/psudoAt" command.

Recent Reviews

  1. giuliopft
    Version: 1.0.11
    Thank you so much for creating this awesome resource. I needed to use vanilla targets in a command block executing a non-vanilla command, and this was the only plugin that let me do it.
  2. Riiwarin
    Version: 1.0.11
    Oh Mr. Striker, i love this, you don't have any idea.
    I got a hard time for weeks to find solutions for my server structure, with chunk claiming and the economy.
    There's a lot to say, but to hold it short: it seems impossible to work with rich nbt data items like player heads and plugins. But with vanilla commands and the glorious /psudo eco give @p 1 my last and fundamental problem is fixed. *crazy laugh*
  3. wolf7767
    Version: 1.0.11
    Niceeeee Works Great And Easy Thanks a lot. was looking for this kind of plugin a long time
  4. Bonn2
    Version: 1.0.11
    Great plugin, I just have one wish it could do. Is it supposed to be able to do something like @a[r=3]. Would love that, but otherwise, it works great!
    1. zombie_striker
      Author's Response
      Yes, it can do that, however you may want to use @a[r=0..3] if you want to get all the players within 3 blocks.
  5. Japania
    Version: 1.0.11
    thank so much :heart:
    I was looking for a solution for 3 days and found it.

  6. KrepelkaCZ
    Version: 1.0.10
    Brah - this is awesome but please adjust the description so even idiots like me can understand that they can use in command block "psudo eco give @p 100" because i thought that the plugin is not working :D

    I have tried similar plugin as this one but it actually breaks other functionalities with comparators so this is genius to trigger plugin only when psudo command is used :D
  7. HassyRassy
    Version: 1.0.9
    is there any ways to make @p include the player executing the command, using commands in command blocks?
  8. Rafzel
    Version: 1.0.8b
    i rated this to 4 star because there is 1 tiny/minor problem @p is not working. the rest are perfectly fine.
    1. zombie_striker
      Author's Response
      Can you post what that issue is, and the command you used?
  9. ChuckNoriss
    Version: 1.0.8
    THANKS a lot m8! U solved my 1.13 problem and made up my month! Really thank you!
    And greetings from hungary!
  10. Gustavo_Player
    Version: 1.0.8
    The best plugin! =)