➗ /place a schematic (bukkit 1.13.2)
➗ slashplace features:
- Drag and drop some schematic files into
/plugins/slashplace/. You will use the names of these files, including the .schematic at the end, in commands.
/placeloc [name.schematic]to set up your current location
/place [name.schematic]to build the schematic at the location you previously set
/placeundo [name.schematic]to undo the last time you built the schematic
All of this is implemented in a very lightweight way with minimal permissions and no dependencies. Each command has a permission (ex: slashplace.placeloc, slashplace.place, and slashplace.placeundo), although operators can run all commands.]
NOTE: Although tested with some example schematic files, this build is a beta/pre-release that is not guaranteed to work completely and be bug-free. Please submit an Issue or send me a message if there are problems or requests!
Julian Weiss firstname.lastname@example.org github.com/insanj
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