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bPermissions 2.x – now under new management

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Welcome to bPermissions, a Superperms Manager for Bukkit! bPermissions focuses on being unique from the rest of the Permission managers. It’s very simple to set up and use, it’s lightning fast, fully featured, and has a great support team!

Since codename_B is now focusing on the new 3.x branch of bPermissions, he has handed over control over 2.x to me (rymate1234).

Some features:

  • bPermissions has a gui client specifically designed to make running a server so easy that you’ll forget that you ever used any other permissions plugin. 
  • bPermissions has a unique command structure, never before seen in a permission manager. It’s best used for adding lots of nodes to a user or group from the console or in-game, less typing!
  • bPermissions has everything you would expect from a Permissions manager. Prefix and suffix support, inheritance, per-player permissions, multiworld support, promotion/demotion tracks, and even group priorities for multi-group setups.
  • Note – bPermissions only defines prefixes and suffixes. You need a chat plugin such asbChatManager for them to show up in chat.

New blog!

We have a blog now on tumblr! Any news updates on bPermissions will most likely be posted there 🙂

Commands

Say you have a user called ‘Bob’ and you want to put him in the group ‘admin’ and give him the prefix ‘awesome’.

  • /world yourmainworld — selects the world “yourmainworld”
  • /user bob — selects the user “bob”
  • /user setgroup admin — set bob’s group as “admin”
  • /user meta prefix awesome — set bob’s prefix to “awesome”

You can do the same with groups!

  • /world yourmainworld — again, selects the world
  • /group admin — selects the group “admin”
  • /group addgroup moderator — makes the admin group inherit from the moderator group
  • /group meta prefix &c[Admin] — sets the admin prefix to “&c[Admin]”

Some other commands are as follows

  • /permissions (or /bperms,/bp,/p) — general commands for bPermissions are prefixed by this
  • /permissions import pex — import a pex permissions.yml in the pex folder
  • /permissions reload — reloads your bPermissions files
  • /permissions save — if auto-save is false, this saves your perms
  • /permissions backup — backup your permissions

In order to use these commands, you’ll need the permissions node bPermissions.admin

Want more commands? We have some others over on the commands page. Check ’em out!

Example files

Do “/permissions helpme” to have the plugin print out some example files, or view commented examples below!

Promotion tracks

  1. Define tracks in tracks.yml (use the example file as a guide!)
  2. Give people the permission tracks.trackname — it lets anyone with that node promote people along that track, they don’t need bPermissions.admin
  3. Want someone to be able to use all tracks? Give them tracks.* — it lets someone with that node promote anyone along any track name

World mirroring

Worlds are mirrored like so:

world_mirroring_to: world_mirroring_from
world_nether: world
world_the_end: world

This duplicates the whole config for that world. Currently there’s no way to have just the users or the groups mirrored, stay tuned for an update that adds this!

bPermissions and EssentialsChat

Allow me to put this issue to bed. Essentials Chat + bPermissions works for prefix and color.

This guide is for current users of EssentialsChat and want to use bPermissions along with it.

Players have colored rank prefixes and faction chat modes are also colored. All text can be colored by the players too using color codes such as &c.

bPermissions\world\groups.yml ( code snippet )

default: default
groups:
## Peasant ##
  default:
    permissions:
    - group.default
    - group.userannouncer
    - group.userauction
    groups:
    - userannouncer
    - userauction
    meta:
      priority: '100'
## Citizen ##
  rank1:
    permissions:
    - group.default
    - group.rank1
    groups:
    - default
    meta:
      priority: '200'

It has nothing configured for prefix but the group names are important (default, rank1)

Essentials\config.yml ( Code Snippet )

change-displayname: true
#add-prefix-suffix: false
player-commands:
  - chat.color
  - chat.format
  - chat.shout
  - chat.question
chat:
  radius: 0
  group-formats:
    default: '&8&lPeasant &r&8{DISPLAYNAME}&7:&r {MESSAGE}'
    rank1: '&8&lCitizen &r&7{DISPLAYNAME}&7:&r {MESSAGE}'
    moderator: '&e&l[Mod] &r&3{DISPLAYNAME}&7:&r {MESSAGE}'
    admin: '&c&l[Admin] &r&e{DISPLAYNAME}&7:&r {MESSAGE}'

Please direct all other Essentials support to their official support networks.

  • Author: rymate1234
  • Newest File: v2.10.7c
  • Updated 16 September 2013

Download:

http://dl2.5minecraft.net/download.php?file=822fc23ca48f8ee52ebcdb20383cd2da

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