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"GoogleDocs" on Plots

 

I'm sure most people have heard of or used Google Docs. 

You would be aware that when using the program it has the persons initial over the section they are editing, like an idicator for your personal knowledge of them doing it. Consider this...

When someone on a plot, plot moderator, staff, plot builder, edits the plot with World Edit or does a command to the plot like "/p biome <biome>" it would show up on the plot owners screen with a message displaying something along the lines of "<player> edited plot (0;0) with command //set 1 at (Then the coordinates at which the World Edit happened)"

It could be used for someones betterment of knowledge just as a reference as to who is doing what at that time, no it shouldn't display when someone edits a block, or sure if you want spam. That's all I hope someone considers this! Have a wonderful day everyone.


 

 


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wyattjacob1

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Pretty much a log of commands ran on that plot / affecting that plot the person owns?


Outdated doesn´t mean broken.


bearstudio

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Pretty much a log of commands ran on that plot / affecting that plot the person owns?

bearstudio

Well, if you're like me then you use GoogleDocs quite often and you know pretty well how it works. So with that being said, I am trying to implement the way that GoogleDocs works onto the plots on the server. Example: GoogleDocs, I make a change to the document and it updates my changes in real time. So on the plots, when I type some WorldEdit commands or any command that makes changes, it says something like "Doc typed '//paste' @ plot ID: -14;-7"


 

 


wyattjacob1

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Thanks for the suggestion, but this would require a lot of work to implement and result in unwanted spam for some (or probably most) players. It's not something that I'm interested in adding at this time, but it might happen in the future.


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Puttemulle

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