Author Topic: In-Server announcement rotator  (Read 10178 times)

Oh alright I see. Also, what about coloring, is the format the same, like: <color:ffffff>
Yes

Oh alright I see. Also, what about coloring, is the format the same, like: <color:ffffff>
How does the color format work, by the name of the color or a certain number?

This is nice. It would be great if it also worked with RTB prefs for easily changing delay between announcments while in-game

Thanks for bumping this, I needed something like this but I never knew it was made.
How does the color format work, by the name of the color or a certain number?
hexcodes



Any of you guys know how to make a link clickable in the announcements? I would love that!!

Any of you guys know how to make a link clickable in the announcements? I would love that!!
<a:www.website.com>Text</a>

Make sure you don't use an http:// in the tags.

<a:www.website.com>Text</a>

Make sure you don't use an http:// in the tags.
Thanks for the help Pecon!


<a:www.website.com>Text</a>

Make sure you don't use an http:// in the tags.
Wow, how did I not know that

can you make another version that shows the announcements only to admins?

How can I manually insert announcements from outside of Blockland? It's impossible for me to format my announcements correctly with all the color codes I use because of the in game character limit.

How can I manually insert announcements from outside of Blockland? It's impossible for me to format my announcements correctly with all the color codes I use because of the in game character limit.
Edit the announcement pref lines from your /client/server/prefs.cs /config/server/prefs.cs file. You can add extra announcements by copying the line and incrementing the number in it's variable name.
« Last Edit: May 02, 2015, 03:03:36 PM by Pecon »

Edit the announcement pref lines from your /client/server/prefs.cs file. You can add extra announcements by copying the line and incrementing the number in it's variable name.

I'm assuming you meant /config/server/prefs.cs? If so, I cannot find any line having to do with this add-on. What should the line look like?