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* There is a global <code>journeymap.server.player.global.config</code> file which defines what features are available to non-Op players for the various Game Types. By default this config applies to all dimensions.
 
* There is a global <code>journeymap.server.player.global.config</code> file which defines what features are available to non-Op players for the various Game Types. By default this config applies to all dimensions.
  
* There will be (initially-disabled) override file created for each dimension.  For example: <code>journeymap.server.op.dim0.config</code> and <code>journeymap.server.player.dim0.config</code>.  To enable the dimensional override files, set <code>"enabled":"true"</code> in each file as desired.
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* There will be (initially-disabled) override file created for each dimension.  For example: <code>journeymap.server.op.dim0.config</code> and <code>journeymap.server.player.dim0.config</code>.  To enable the dimensional override files, set <code>"enabled":true</code> in each file as desired.
  
 
== DOCUMENTATION TBD ==
 
== DOCUMENTATION TBD ==
  
 
Until docs are finished, you can get a basic understanding of features here: [https://bitbucket.org/TeamJM/journeymap-api/src/8439f59df33cebdaed2a402c7f88ea7f004b5f6d/src/main/java/journeymap/common/api/feature/Feature.java?at=1.12&fileviewer=file-view-default| Feature.java]
 
Until docs are finished, you can get a basic understanding of features here: [https://bitbucket.org/TeamJM/journeymap-api/src/8439f59df33cebdaed2a402c7f88ea7f004b5f6d/src/main/java/journeymap/common/api/feature/Feature.java?at=1.12&fileviewer=file-view-default| Feature.java]

Revision as of 21:28, 14 January 2018

Version 5.6.0b2
The information in this page only applies to
JourneyMap 5.6.0b2

Note: If you are using an older version of JourneyMap, please consult the JourneyMap Server 5.0-5.2 or JourneyMapServer_5.3-5.5 pages

What's Changed in JourneyMap Server 5.6.0b2

  • The server configs in minecraft/journeymap/server/5.6 now provide the means to control fine-grained features of the JourneyMap client depending on user Game Type/Game Mode: Creative, Survival, Adventure, and Spectator.
  • There is a global journeymap.server.op.global.config file which defines what features are available to Opped players for the various Game Types. By default this config applies to all dimensions.
  • There is a global journeymap.server.player.global.config file which defines what features are available to non-Op players for the various Game Types. By default this config applies to all dimensions.
  • There will be (initially-disabled) override file created for each dimension. For example: journeymap.server.op.dim0.config and journeymap.server.player.dim0.config. To enable the dimensional override files, set "enabled":true in each file as desired.

DOCUMENTATION TBD

Until docs are finished, you can get a basic understanding of features here: Feature.java