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Parameters that are marked with <> (example: <player>) are required. Parameters marked with [] (example: [reason]) are optional. Usage example: "/kick johntheminer this is test kick"
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== For all players ==
== For all players ==
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! Description
! Description
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|/players
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|/help [<commandname>]
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|Displays help text showing all commands and their description, or, if <commandname> given, displays description text for that command.
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|/players, /who
|Lists online players
|Lists online players
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|/rules
|/rules
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|Shows server rules
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|Show server rules
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|/home
|/home
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|Teleports user to map spawn location
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|Teleports player to map spawn location
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|/kit (name)
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|Gives kit. Items for kit defined in config.cfg with kit_(name) using itemId's
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|/motd
|/motd
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|Displays Message Of The Day
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|Display Message Of The Day
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|/dnd
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|Do Not Disturb - toggles whether the player receives chat & private messages
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! Command
! Command
! Description
! Description
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|%text
 
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|Servermessage
 
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|&text
 
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|Admin-only message
 
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|/kick nick (kickmsg)
 
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|Kicks user with optional kick message
 
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|/ban nick
 
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|Bans (and kicks if online) user from server
 
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|/unban nick
 
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|Lift a ban
 
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|/save
|/save
|Manually save map to disc
|Manually save map to disc
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|/ctp x y z
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|/ctp <x> <y> <z>
|Teleport to coordinates (eg. /ctp 100 100 100)
|Teleport to coordinates (eg. /ctp 100 100 100)
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|/tp nick
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|/tp <player>
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|Teleport yourself to nick's position
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|Teleport yourself to <player>'s position
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|/tp nick1 nick2
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|/tp <player1> <player2>
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|Teleport nick1 to nick2
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|Teleport <player1> to <player2>
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|/reload
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|/give <player> <id/alias> [count]
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|Reload admins and configuration
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|Gives <player> [count] pieces of <id/alias>. By default [count] = 1. Supports over 64 items. Aliases configurable in item_alias.cfg
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|/give nick id/alias (count)
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|/i <id/alias> [count]
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|Gives nick count pieces of id/alias. count = 1 is used if it is not provided. Support for over 64 items. Aliases configurable with item_alias.cfg
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|Gives self [count] pieces of <id/alias>. By default [count] = 1.
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|/rules nick
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|/rules <player>
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|Shows server rules (from rules.txt) to nick
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|Shows server rules (from rules.txt) to <player>
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|/gps (nick)
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|/gps [player]
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|Without nick shows own coordinates & heading. With nick shows nick's coordinates & heading
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|Without [player] shows own coordinates & heading. With [player] shows [player]'s coordinates & heading
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|/settime (time)
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|/settime <time>
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|Sets server time. time = 0-24000 (0 and 24000 is day and about 15000 is night)
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|Sets server time. <time> = 0-24000 (0 and 24000 is day and about 15000 is night)
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|/mute nick (mutemsg)
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|/world <worldnumber>
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|Mutes user with optional mute message
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|Teleport to another world defined in config.cfg. Worlds are in ALPHABETIC order.
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|/unmute nick
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|Unmutes user
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[[Category:Plugins]]
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[[Category:Included Plugins]]

Latest revision as of 23:12, 26 February 2011

Parameters that are marked with <> (example: <player>) are required. Parameters marked with [] (example: [reason]) are optional. Usage example: "/kick johntheminer this is test kick"

For all players

Command Description
/help [<commandname>] Displays help text showing all commands and their description, or, if <commandname> given, displays description text for that command.
/players, /who Lists online players
/about Server name & version
/rules Show server rules
/home Teleports player to map spawn location
/motd Display Message Of The Day
/dnd Do Not Disturb - toggles whether the player receives chat & private messages

Admin only

Command Description
/save Manually save map to disc
/ctp <x> <y> <z> Teleport to coordinates (eg. /ctp 100 100 100)
/tp <player> Teleport yourself to <player>'s position
/tp <player1> <player2> Teleport <player1> to <player2>
/give <player> <id/alias> [count] Gives <player> [count] pieces of <id/alias>. By default [count] = 1. Supports over 64 items. Aliases configurable in item_alias.cfg
/i <id/alias> [count] Gives self [count] pieces of <id/alias>. By default [count] = 1.
/rules <player> Shows server rules (from rules.txt) to <player>
/gps [player] Without [player] shows own coordinates & heading. With [player] shows [player]'s coordinates & heading
/settime <time> Sets server time. <time> = 0-24000 (0 and 24000 is day and about 15000 is night)
/world <worldnumber> Teleport to another world defined in config.cfg. Worlds are in ALPHABETIC order.