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Mar 29, 2010That area is still loading and is quite normal for most WoM Client Users. It is nothing to worry about. Some cool thing about though is that when it loads too slowly and u look through the "weird unloaded-hole" you can see what was built underground :ohmy.gif:Posted in: Mods Discussion
Mar 25, 2010Posted in: Mods DiscussionQuote from mab »I looked at the code and had to make some changes to make it work, but it does work. (with some limitations)
I actually have no real use for it, but if it could be somehow expanded to detect griefing it would be a nice tool. Or is there already a solution like that?
sadly Ive never seen a grief sensing bot before
Mar 25, 2010Posted in: Server Support and AdministrationQuote from SinisterKill69 »I'm having some problems with this. It's not loading the server config properly. The server is still named Minecraft Server and the motd is that as well.
Also, I was wondering if there is a way to mass delete blocks, like deleting an entire structure or placing air.
Edit: It only happen when you put +hax in the name or motd.
sadly when i try characters such as +,()/they dont work
Mar 24, 2010Posted in: Server Support and AdministrationQuote from Grimshad »So I know how to use portals now, anyone care to explain message blocks? I know how to place them and delete them, but I can never get the message to show up.
Current implementations thus far:
- *removed redundancy and unneeded code
*changed ini's to a different, more efficient format
*fixed the rank command inheritance bug
*created a config file to customize exactly what rank gets what commands
*fixed the steps not stacking on each other(using /build doublestep is really annoying)
*Added a command to turn step stacking off(just in case)
*changed the command /blb to /fill
*reversed your method of /blb so that you select the 2 points after you type the command
*added /revert command to undo your last /fill function(hole/pit/mountain/dune/hill all count as fill)
*added the ability to do /fill # # (this takes the first type and uses it to replace anything of the second type in the fill zone, IE: I want to fill this whole building, but just want it to replace red blocks with blue blocks)
*Added /undo playername, this will undo anything that player did in the past hour
*added /redo, just in case you ax undo some1
*added /history, this lets you see the last 10 actions on a block, and who performed the action
*added /copy and /paste, this will copy all blocks in a fill area and then place them in a relative format somewhere else.
*added autobackup functionality for all worlds
*added /who playername will display their rank, level, money, status, location, and last time seen
*/build now reverts any /build thisblock back to their original blocks
*split the commands up into catagories so you type /cmdlist catagory, this prevents your screen from being spammed with TONS of commands.
have tons more planned.. just getting important stuff out of the way first.
mb blocks has to be eye level.
Mar 23, 2010Posted in: Mods DiscussionQuote from futureal123 »I just made my first map and when I click save or save as in my folder, it never says "saved successfully" or anything and when i look at the folder it isnt there
Uh oh, I get the exact same problem as you. I only get it while using the latest version of OMEN though. I suggest downloading the previous OMEN version before 7.01 or try re-installing it.
Mar 20, 2010Posted in: Server Support and AdministrationQuote from Anoniempje »Quote from Ulrich200 »the dev version has anti-tunnle options, try setting the max depth to -<leveldepth/2>
so if the level depth is 256 then try setting it to -128
Thats awesome but not an answer to my question. Is it possible to disable guest building on main.lvl? only has two possible answers:
Yes, like this....
No, but an alternative is...
He answered it. Since guests can't build 4 blocks under the base level, you can set the "anti-building" setting to the formula he told you. You can simply set the anti-digging to what Ulrich told you. So it would basically in other words, mean that guests can't build anywhere if you set the anti-digging setting to -128 (if you map height is 256)
Mar 19, 2010Are you using a router? Did you forward your ports? You need to forward your ports first before anyone can connect. I suggest reading the stickied topics and going to this website for portforwarding guide: http://portforward.com/Posted in: Server Support and Administration
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