Learn how to create and manage warps
Creating and Managing Warps - 3: Using Warp Categories
Warps can be organised into categories in
/warps to make things more manageable when you have many warps. However,
this must be turned on in the configuration if you wish to use it.
main.conf, in the
warp section, set
If you are editing the configuration while the server is running, be sure to run
/nucleus reloadto pick up the configuration change.
To set a category for a warp, you can use the command:
/warp setcategory [-n] [-r] <warp> [<category>]
<warp> is the name of the warp and
<category> is the name of the category to set (if you are not removing a category).
The category is alphanumeric, but a display name can be set for the category, which will be covered in the next section.
There are two flags that you may need to add to your command.
-nindicates that you want to add a new category to the list, if you don’t use this flag and the category doesn’t exist yet, you’ll be prompted to add this flag to confirm the creation.
-rindicates you want to remove the category from the warp.
Warp categories can have descriptions and display names, which also accept colour codes. They will be displayed on the
/warps list, and can be managed using the following commands.
/warp category list- lists all categories
/warp category setdisplayname [category] [& encoded name]- sets a display name for a category.
/warp category setdescription [category] [& encoded description]- sets a description for a category.
/warp category removedisplayname [category]- removes the display name for a category.
/warp category removedescription [category]- removes the description for a category.
Running the following commands for a category named “test”:
/warp category setdisplayname test "&4Test &7Category"
/warp category setdescription test "&bThis is a <est description"
gives the following.
Warps can also have their own description, but for space reasons, these descriptions will be put into the hover that
appears when you hover over a warp link. They can be set using the following command (or use
-r to remove the description):
/warp setdescription [-r] [warp] [& encoded description]
So, on warp “hello2”, running the command
/warp setdescription hello2 "This is the warp location &awhere you will be greeted with a sunny disposition and a gentle wave of a hand!"
gives the result:
If you would rather put the description in the main menu, and have the cost/location appear in the tooltip, set
true in the
warp section of