TPonJoin 1.2

Force players to spawn on a settable location when they join

  1. ItzNielsch
    TPonJoin version 1.0
    Teleports player when they join
    TPonJoin is an easy and simple plugin to force players to spawn on a location which can be simple set with a command. So when a player joins and the plugin is enabled they will forced to spawn on the location you have set.

    /tponjoin enable - Enable the TP-on-Join function (player will forced to spawn to a location when they join)
    /tponjoin disable - Disable the TP-on-Join function (player will spawn like the normal way)
    /tponjoin check - Check if the TP-on-Join function is on or off
    /tponjoin setlocation - Set the TP-on-Join spawnpoint on your current location
    /tponjoin help - Show all the commands

    All commands are admin only, OPs default have this permission and you can give moderators this permission to give them the TPonJoin.admin permission line.

    The config seems like this, you can edit the config by texteditor but you can also use ingame commands to edit it.
    Code (Text):
    # config.yml for TPonJoin
    enabled: true
    x: -123
    y: 68
    z: 122
    world: world_nether

Recent Reviews

  1. Itaquito
    Version: 1.2
    Wow! It still works on 1.12! Perfect. Also it wil be pretty good to add an option to also set the direction of the player. So it gets tp looking in especific point.
  2. kampuman
    Version: 1.2
    finally an authentic force spawn player on join!
  3. KatsuroKurosaki
    Version: 1.2
    Excellent resource and does what it promises: Set up in 2 commands. It is possible to set up yaw and pitch values?
  4. ypxo
    Version: 1.1
  5. MINSA20
    Version: 1.1
    Perfect plugin works well but one problem when ever I try to restart the server it says "ERROR Restarting" and doesn't start until 2 hours later! Could you please fix that as I own a very popular server.
    1. ItzNielsch
      Author's Response
      Thanks for the review ^^. Do you have some more information for me such as was it a crash/error log? This makes it easier for me to fix it. Today I'll take a look on the plugin and try to find a fix.