This mod lets you and your pal warps around your server like a wizard.
The number of homes can be set by a player can be changed in “/.minecraft/fihgu/teleport/config.txt”.
warp <playername> / <x> <y> [height] / <Warp Point> ? warps you to a player/ location / global warp for global/location warping the warp.location permission is needed
setwarp <warpname> ? sets a global warp location
delwarp <warpname> ? deletes a global warp location
y ? accepts a warp/summon request from another player. Can be overridden by the warp.ignorerequest permission
n ? denies a warp/summon request from another player. Can be overridden by the warp.ignorerequest permission
back ? warps you back to the last warp location or death point. In order to warp back to your last death point the deathback permission is needed
setspawn ? allows modification of the server’s spawn point.
spawn ? warps you back to the spawn point
sethome [homename] ? sets a home location (if home name wasn’t given, it will use “home” by default)
home [homename] ? warps you back to the home location
delhome <homename> ? deletes a home
top ? warps you to the highest point of the terrain. Handy for getting out of a mine/dungeon quickly
Speical Permission: warp.location
allow player to use /warp <Warp Point> or /warp <x> <y> [height]
Speical Permission: warp.ignorerequest
allow a player warp to or summon another player without them accepting.
Speical Permission: deathback
allow a player use /back to teleport back to the place where he just died.
this mod puts a password on your character so other people can’t mess with you.
PS: You will only be asked for password once as long as you don’t change your IP.
/register <password> <repeatpassword> ? registers you on the server when logging in for the first time
/login <password> ? Logs you into the server if your IP changes.
/logoff ? sign off from this computer(IP).
Server Owners can limite what commands a player can use by editing the config file belongs to that player.
these config files are located at fihgu/permission/
in the file, “@group” <Group> means this player/group contains all permission the group owns.
adding a “!” before a permisssion will deny that permission, even if the player/group has the same permission come from other groups.
addgroup <groupname> ? Adds a permission group
addpermission <permission> <username> ? Gives a user a specific permission
addpermissiongroup <groupname> ? Creates a new permission group
delpermission <permission> <username> ? Removes a specific permission from a user
delpermissiongroup <groupname> ? Removes a permission group
joingroup <groupname> <playername> ? Adds a player to a group
delgroup <groupname> <playername> ? Removes a player from a group
leavegroup <groupname> ? Allows a player to leave a specific group