RedstoneDeluxe - Long Distance Wireless Redstone Signals 1.1

Introducing long-distance signals to redstone.

  1. Death_Source
    Native Minecraft Version:
    Tested Minecraft Versions:
    • 1.9
    • 1.10
    • 1.11
    • 1.12
    • 1.13
    • 1.14
    • 1.15
    • 1.16
    Are you trying to build features for your server using redstone but find yourself limited by the lack of wireless signal? Then you'll be glad to find out that this simple script lets you do just that.

    DefaultBlock: (block) - Defaults to cyan glazed terracotta, is the type of block that uses signals.
    Check: (number) - Defaults to 4, is the time delay between checks.
    Permission: (permission name) - Defaults to RSDeluxe, name of the permission for certain parts of the script.
    PermMsg: (permission message) - Defaults to a short message, feel free to change it. Players will see it if they don't have permission to use a command.

    /Signal list - Sends list of places where signal blocks are placed
    /Signal on/true - Sets signal checking to true
    /Signal off/false - Sets signal checking to false
    /Signaltp (x-coord) (y-coord) (z-coord) (world) - Used in the code when clicking on the location of a signal block. Feel free to use it for other purposes if you want.

    Shift-right click on a signal block while holding nothing to begin signal block linking. Instructions will be clear.
    Shift-left click on a signal block while holding nothing to get sent what signal block it is linked to.

    RSDeluxe.interact - permission to modify signal blocks
    RSDeluxe.signal - permission to use /signal command
    RSDeluxe.signaltp - permission to be able to teleport to various signal blocks

    Skript 2.5 or higher
    NO addons required

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  1. Potato_IQ
    Version: 1.0
    creative idea! very well done and simple to understand and having options is also good addition to it to customize it to your liking
    1. Death_Source
      Author's Response
      Thanks. I kinda got the idea out of nowhere today and decided to skript again after months of not coding a single thing.