WorldCommand 1.2

Execute commands when a player changes worlds.

  1. Dnyce72799
    Native Minecraft Version:
    Tested Minecraft Versions:
    • 1.7
    • 1.8
    • 1.9
    • 1.10
    • 1.11
    • 1.12
    • 1.13
    • 1.14
    • 1.15
    Source Code:
    Execute commands when a player joins a specific world. You can add multiple commands per world, and placeholders in commands. Placeholders are listed below. Requires Java 8.

    Commands : /worldcommand Alias: /wc
    - /wc add <world> <command> : Add a command to a world.
    - /wc help : Displays a help page.
    - /wc <remove> <world> <command> : Remove a command.
    - /wc list <world> : List all commands applied to a world.
    - /wc reload : Reload the configuration file.


    - wc.add
    - wc.list
    - wc.reload
    - wc.remove

    Command placeholders:

    - {player} : Will be replaced with the player's name.
    - {world_from} : Will be replaced with the previous world's name
    - {world_to} : Will be replaced with the current world's name.

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Recent Updates

  1. Bug fixes.
  2. Rewrite.

Recent Reviews

  1. Erikk_GP
    Version: 1.1
    Great plugin, easy to use.

    I mean it shouldn't be that hard to do but I've been trying for weeks to get a broadcast going in one of my worlds. This is a super useful plugin: It's not just for announcing which world you've joined, it could run any command you want. Worth noting though: To get it to stop broadcasting the default messages it ships with, I had to set my config to this:


    ...and then add the commands. Simply deleting the default worlds doesn't stop the entries ("has joined world world" for example) from appearing.
    Version: 1.1
    THIS IS GREAT !!! I always need that for my minigames server and i finaly find that xD