Dispenser Refill allows you to create infinite containers which will refill itself instantly (or after a defined amount of time). There is an almost infinite amount of possibilities.
You WILL need version 1.1.0-A3 if you run on Bukkit 1.5+! All versions below are incompatible! Use the direct link to the files (which can be found on the right side below) to get the right version. Unstable version WILL NOT get linked in the sidebar as current download link!
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The following commands are currently available in 1.1 Alpha 2:
You need nothing else than WorldEdit which is installed on most servers. Just install it normally if you haven’t already. There’s no need to give anyone permissions for WorldEdit as this plugin only uses WE’s APIs.
Use /autorefill -1 to disable cooldowns.
Just place your crosshairs above the container and type /autorefill [cooldown] into the chat.
Place your corsshairs above the container and type in /autorefill. Alternatively you can just destroy the container.
Place your corsshairs above the container and type in /autorefill <cooldown> with your new cooldown time.
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