Configuration
Here you can view all the configuration and options for Player Auctions.

Plugin Files

Here are the latest plugin files, the plugin should automatically generate/update the files. If the plugin hasn't generated them make sure you've got the plugin requirements listed here. If you want to test your YAML syntax you can test it here.
Your plugin will automatically update when there is a needed configuration update, you cannot turn this off and is added to prevent errors on your plugin if you have any missing configuration options.
The plugin connects to my webserver, if this webserver is offline or your plugin cannot access it, then the configuration files may not be updated or downloaded.

Command Actions

Command actions are an easy way you to customize and execute all sorts of functions when an event is triggered, here are the latest command actions for Player Auctions.
Action
Description
Example
player
Execute a command as the player.
[player] spawn
message
Send a message to the player.
[message] &aHello!
broadcast
Send a message to all online players.
[broadcast] &aHello World!
server
Execute a command as the server.
[server] spawn %player%
chat_wait
Wait for the user to enter a value in chat.
[chat_wait] &aEnter a number:[message] &aYou said %value%
chat_wait
Wait for the user to enter a value in chat, but removes the color from the chat input with !color.
[chat_wait] &aEnter a number:[message] !color &aYou said %value%
add_money
Give a player money.
[add_money] 500
take_money
Take money from a player.
[take_money] 500
perm_broadcast
Broadcast a message to
players with the permission.
[perm_broadcast] message.view &aHello!
sound
Play a sound to the player.
[sound] AMBIENT_CAVE
[sound] AMBIENT_CAVE volume pitch
close
Close the inventory of the player.
[close]
You can also add action tags which modify how the action is executed, you can use it in your command action like [ACTION<TAG=value>].
Tag
Description
Example
delay
Execute the action later in ticks.
[broadcast<delay=20>] &aHello World
permission
Execute the action only if the player has permission.
[add_money<permission=pw.donator>] 1000

Color & Hex Color

Player Auctions supports color codes that you can use literally everywhere possible that is displayed to the player. If you don't know the color codes off by heart, you can view them here.
Player Auctions also supports the 1.16+ hex colors, with the current format {#HEX_CODE} with the following example {#f5a142} This shows a nice orange color. You can also use this here, to get your hex colors.
When using hex colors, you can also make cool looking gradients using 2 or more hex color codes. You can create gradients using these examples:
  • {#f5a142:#ffffff} - This goes from a nice orange color then slowly fades into white.
  • {#f5a142:#ffffff:#0000ff} - This goes from a nice orange color, then fades into white then slowly fades into blue.

External Sources

You may want to use some external links to help you when configurating Player Auctions.

Material Types

Here is a list of all of the valid materials that you can use to create items in Player Auctions for each version of Minecraft.

Sound Types

Here is a list of all the valid sound types that you can use to create cool sound effects in Player Auctions for each version of Minecraft.

Item Flags

Here is a list of all the valid item flags that you can use on your items in Player Auctions for each version of Minecraft.

Enchantments

Here is a list of all the valid item enchantments that you can use on your items in Player Auctions for each version of Minecraft.