Hello, im having trouble with my level system i need to make a exp progressbar like this: http://prntscr.com/f4qhqx how would that be done?

Hello. It appears that it is item lore you are dealing with. So I would suggest you to take a look at String modification/creation classes(please correct me if I'm wrong) - StringBuilder, StringBuffer. You would want to insert color code at specific place of your progress bar

Take a look at StringBuilder#insert() You need to think of a way to calculate a position in your progress bar to place specific color code

Code (Java): // you can make a variable called total // this is like how much exp or something they currently have int total = 10; // this is the max amount of exp or something needed int max = 100; // now we should calculate how many bars we should make green or something float percent = (float) total/max; // since we just got the percentage, we can now like figure out how many bars we need to make green for example. // how many bars are there in total ?, we'll use 50 as an example. int amountOfBars = 50; // now we can just find the amount we need to change to green to show the progress. int bars = (int) amountOfBars * percent; At the end "bars" is the amount of bars you should fill in to show the current progress. Hope this helps

WOW! Thanks that help but now i need to set the players exp bar to fill the percentage becauzs eiu have different exp/levelup values for exp my player is lvl 8 needs 830 exp to level up the total of exp to lvl 8 is 1200 now i want to represent the difference of those two values the percentage on the exp bar.

This one bugs a bit it only displays the greebar after 7% http://prntscr.com/f4rfu9 Code (Text): public static Object displayProgressbar(int lvl, int exp) { int filled = (int) ((exp*100)/Main.exp.get(lvl)); int max = Main.exp.get(lvl); int amountOfBars = 50; float percent = (float) exp/max; int bars = (int) ((int) amountOfBars * percent); StringBuilder sb = new StringBuilder("||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||"); if(bars >= 1) { sb.insert(0, "§a"); sb.insert(bars, "§7"); }else if (bars < 1) { sb.insert(0, "§7"); } return "§8[" + sb.toString() + "§8]§6 " + filled + "%"; }

I'd assume it will do that maybe, those numbers were just random try using th exact code I gave u like for the amount of bars put th actual number. Try playing around with the numbers and see

Maybe it needs more space at the begining thats why its not coloring? Code (Text): if(bars >= 1) { sb.insert(0, "§a"); sb.insert(bars, "§7"); }else if (bars < 1) { sb.insert(0, "§7"); }