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A PMMP plugin that cycles in-game time according to real-life factors.
version NEVER CHANGE THIS VALUE
enable_time_sync [true,false] If true, vanilla time will run with respect to real-life factors
worlds ["myworld","broken_nether","TheLOLlevel"] The worlds you would like the plugin to do its job on. Separate the world names with a comma. Leave the brackets empty to include all the worlds
location_dependant If true, vanilla day will cycle as a real day somewhere on earth. Enter your location details in location.yml
auto_locate If true, the server will verify the location details every time it starts up using geoPlugin.com
noon_time The time the sun is at its peak. Used if
location_dependant is set to false. Don't remove the double quotes "hh:mm:ss". Example: "12:05"
broadcast_interval Time interval in minutes at which a message with the time is broadcasted
broadcast_mode [message,tip,popup,title] The way players will receive the message
/realtime Alias: (
/realtime current returns the current time. '/realtime' alone could be used instead.
/realtime disable disables game time from synchronising with real-life factors.
/realtime enable enables game time synchronising with real-life factors.
/realtime help provides a list of available commands.
/realtime reload updates the settings to correspond to the files.
/realtime status returns status about the sun position and current day.
date.timezone= "YOUR TIMEZONE". A list of all supported timezone shall be found here: www.php.net/manual/en/timezones.php . In my case
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