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-# A bukkit plugin that allows you to turn any image into a minecraft world!
-
-Includes:
- - CavePopulator
- - DesertPopulator
- - DungeonPopulator
- - FlowerPopulator
- - LakePopulator
- - Mushroom Populator
- - QuarryPopulator
- - Ruins Populator - thanks @Nightgunner5
- - Snow Populator
- - SpookyRoomPopulator
- - TorchPopulator - thanks @Nightgunner5
- - Tree Populator - thanks @heldplayer and @SpaceManiac
- - Ores! - thanks @Notch
+# A bukkit plugin that allows you to turn any image into a minecraft world!
+
+Includes:
+
+ * CavePopulator
+ * DesertPopulator
+ * DungeonPopulator
+ * FlowerPopulator
+ * LakePopulator
+ * Mushroom Populator
+ * QuarryPopulator
+ * Ruins Populator - thanks @Nightgunner5
+ * Snow Populator
+ * SpookyRoomPopulator
+ * TorchPopulator - thanks @Nightgunner5
+ * Tree Populator - thanks @heldplayer and @SpaceManiac
+ * Ores! - thanks @Notch
## Usage:
- There are 2 ways to use this plugin, either through bukkit.yml or an external world manager, such as MultiVerse 2.0, that supports custom world generation.
+
+There are 2 ways to use this plugin, either through bukkit.yml or an external world manager, such as MultiVerse 2.0, that supports custom world generation.
### Using bukkit.yml:
- To set up a world using bukkit.yml, insert the following in your bukkit.yml configuration file:
+
+To set up a world using bukkit.yml, insert the following in your bukkit.yml configuration file:
+
worlds:
- {*worldname*}:
- generator: BananaImageToMap:{*imagefile*}
-Make sure to replace {*imagefile*} with the name of the file *including the extension* that you
-put in your plugins/BananaImageToMap/ folder and {*worldname*} with the name of the world you wish to genenerate.
+ {worldname}:
+ generator: BananaImageToMap:{imagefile}
+
+Make sure to replace {imagefile} with the name of the file *including the extension* that you
+put in your plugins/BananaImageToMap/ folder and {worldname} with the name of the world you wish to genenerate.
### Using Multiverse 2
- Using Multiverse 2, which is to the best of my knowledge the only world management plugin that supports custom generators, the command is
- /mvcreate {*worldname*} NORMAL -g BananaImageToMap:{*imagename*}
-Again, replacing {*worldname*} and {*imagename*} with the world and image name respectfully. After that you can use it like any normal MV world.
+
+Using Multiverse 2, which is to the best of my knowledge the only world management plugin that supports custom generators, the command is
+
+ /mvcreate {worldname} NORMAL -g BananaImageToMap:{imagename}
+
+Again, replacing {worldname} and {imagename} with the world and image name respectfully. After that you can use it like any normal MV world.

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