How to change spigot.yml and bukkit.yml settings per world

Discussion in 'Spigot Discussion' started by Schaumnificent, Jan 19, 2020.

  1. Schaumnificent

    Supporter

    Is there a way to change the spigot.yml and bukkit.yml settings per world? Like different settings for the nether and end?

    I've been googling and searching for a guide if it's possible, I thought it used to be but I can't find anything. If you know of any examples can you please share?
     
  2. I do not believe Bukkit.yml is per world (I might be wrong), but Spigot.yml, just go under the world section, copy and paste everything in default and change it to the name of your world, ex:
    Code (YAML):
    world-settings:
      default
    :
        trident-despawn-rate
    : 1200
        max-entity-collisions
    : 8
        verbose
    : true
        enable-zombie-pigmen-portal-spawns
    : true
        item-despawn-rate
    : 6000
        arrow-despawn-rate
    : 1200
        view-distance
    : default
        hanging-tick-frequency
    : 100
        <snipped>
      world
    :
        trident-despawn-rate
    : 1200
        max-entity-collisions
    : 8
        verbose
    : true
        enable-zombie-pigmen-portal-spawns
    : true
        item-despawn-rate
    : 6000
        arrow-despawn-rate
    : 1200
        view-distance
    : default
        hanging-tick-frequency
    : 100
        <snipped>
      world_nether
    :
        trident-despawn-rate
    : 1200
        max-entity-collisions
    : 8
        verbose
    : true
        enable-zombie-pigmen-portal-spawns
    : true
        item-despawn-rate
    : 6000
        arrow-despawn-rate
    : 1200
        view-distance
    : default
        hanging-tick-frequency
    : 100
        <snipped>
     
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  3. Schaumnificent

    Supporter

    Thank you, does it have to be all of the settings or can I just pick the ones I need?
     
  4. The bukkit.yml , spigot.yml and paper.yml are all affecting the server as a whole.

    The only parts that affect per world, are the areas that allow for per world.
     
  5. don't quote me on this, but I believe you can just pick the parts you want ... as long as it falls under the world section.