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A MysteryCrate plugin for PocketMine-MP
crates.ymlfor adding custom items to the crate.
crates.ymlfile and edit/set the block you want the crate to be recognized with under
worldwhere the crate is located in
ID: 54on top of that block.
/key [type] [player] [amount]in-game and then tap the crate with it. You can set/see the crate type in
Q: How to setup the crates?
A: Please read this.
Q: How to add particles?
A: Its very simple. When you place a chest on top of the block you set in
crates.yml the plugin will automatically add its coordinates to the
blocks.yml file. You will just need to restart the server for the particles to show.
Q: How to remove the particles?
A: Just destroy the chest whose particles you want to remove. Restart the server and the particles will be removed.
Q: Will the crates have floating text above them?
A: Yes, they will have Floating Text.
Q: Can I edit the floating text that appears above the crate?
A: Yes you can. Navigate to
blocks.yml and edit the crate text you see. For example, you want to edit the floating text of legendary crate then there would be a key\heading of
legendary: in the
blocks.yml file. Edit the text after the
: to edit\change the floating text.
Q: I found a issue in the plugin what do I do?
A: Please open an issue here and give as much detail as possible.
Q: I would like a new feature to be added. How do I report?
A: Enter the feature in #34. Give as much detail as possible and I will see what I can come up with.
Q: What to do with the
A: You need not to do anything with it unless you want to edit the floatiing text. The plugin automatically generates stuff within the file to make the setup for the user easier.
|Use a crate||
|Destroy a crate||
|Create a crate||
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