Step-by-Step Guide to Editing Messages

  1. Locate the messages.yml File: This file is found within the plugin's directory. Access it through your server's file management system or FTP client.

  2. Edit with a Text Editor: Open messages.yml using a text editor. For best results, use an editor that supports YAML syntax highlighting, such as Visual Studio Code, Sublime Text, or Atom.

  3. Customize Your Messages: Within the file, you'll find various strings corresponding to different messages the plugin can display. Modify these strings to change the messages. Ensure your edits follow YAML syntax to avoid errors.

Using Hex Colors with MiniMessage

Our plugin supports hex color codes through the integration of the MiniMessage library from the Kyori API. This feature allows you to add vibrant colors and text styling to your messages, enhancing the visual appeal and readability.

How to Apply Hex Colors

  • Syntax for Hex Colors: To use hex colors in your messages, wrap the color code in <#RRGGBB> tags, where RRGGBB represents the hexadecimal color code. For example, to color a message red, you would use <#FF0000>Your message here</#FF0000>.

  • Combining Styles: MiniMessage also supports combining colors with text styles, such as bold or italic. Refer to the MiniMessage documentation for comprehensive instructions on styling your messages.

Learn More About MiniMessage

For detailed information on formatting with MiniMessage, including advanced styling options and examples, visit the official MiniMessage documentation:

MiniMessage Formatting Guide

This resource provides a comprehensive overview of all formatting capabilities available through the MiniMessage library, including how to use gradients, rainbow colors, and clickable text components.

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