Table of contents
- Can I run Parties on X
- How can I change the plugin into guild/clan?
- How can I use Parties placeholders/tags outside?
- How do I synchronize multiple Spigot servers?
- SkillAPI and friendly fire is not working properly
- Why my commands has been replaced?
- Why I am not able to see offline players?
- Is Java 16 supported?
#Can I run Parties on X?
Parties officially supports Spigot, Bukkit and BungeeCord (1.8 > 1.16).
You can use it on Spigot/BungeeCord derivates too, like PaperSpigot and Waterfall.
#How can I change the plugin into guild/clan?
You have to change Parties command and they relative messages into guild/clan.
At the end of
config.yml you can change the commands:
...main-commands:party:command: 'guild'description: 'Parties help page'aliases: p:command: 'g'description: 'Send a party message'aliases: ...
Then you can change any message that you want in
messages.yml. You can find a pre-edited messages.yml here.
#How can I use Parties placeholders/tags outside?
If you wanna use Parties placeholders outside the plugin, you must install PlaceholderAPI.
More info about placeholders here.
#How do I synchronize multiple Spigot servers?
If you wanna use Parties in a BungeeCord network, you should follow this guide.
#SkillAPI and friendly fire is not working properly
Unfortunately, SkillAPI is not maintained anymore and it does not implement Parties to check for friendly fire. I cannot do nothing by my side.
#Why my commands has been replaced?
Parties by default uses
/p, if another plugin tries to register that command too, it can breaks how commands works.
This often happens when you are using plugins like: PlotMe, mcMMO.
You can easily fix it by removing these plugins or editing Parties commands into something else, take a look how here.
#Why I am not able to see offline players?
Parties requires LastLoginAPI to access/handle offline players. Just install it!