HELLO yet again (pardon for how often I post in the Minecraft section here, but I unapologetically love the Neocodex server to bits!). I thought that I would start off a thread of commands that as players we can use on the Neocodex Minecraft server, as it would be a much-needed reference tool for folks starting out (and I also recall that daaays ago, I'd told @HiMyNameIsNick that I would create one, yet I still don't seem to have gotten around to it).
1) Doors (regular and trapdoors, and I think also gates): You can make these locked (which is essential in this mob-infested land: doors that are NOT locked can be broken down when multiple mobs congregate at them!) by using the command /lock or /cprivate. Once you enter the command, you will be asked to left-click the entity which you are seeking to lock. TO ADD TRUSTED PEOPLE TO YOUR DOOR, enter (with my username as an example) /cmodify Kord and then left-click the entity when requested to do so. To unlock an entity, either tear it down, or use the command /unlock (followed by left-clicking) to do so.
2) Hoppers into private chests: Hoppers will NOT deposit what they are intended to convey into chests that are private, unless you enter the command /chopper on and then left-click the chest into which it feeds. An additional lesson that I leaned from the donation system that I set up at my shop this evening is that if you have a sign affixed to the hopper, then you MUST do /unlock on the sign, otherwise items will be retained in the hopper and not travel to the chest.
3) Set up a shop at spawn!!!: Setting up a shop at spawn is pretty damn easy and potentially a nice source of server income (our denomination there is $CDX) as well! @Strategist has created a terrific YouTube video as a guide to using the Area Shop plugin installed on the server, but I'll briefly give a quick-and-dirty rundown here of how to create a chest to sell things from once you rent a shop area...
On the sign that you place on the chest of items you want to sell, the four lines on the sign should be as follows:
- FIRST LINE: Leave BLANK (it will auto-populate with your username)
- SECOND LINE: Add the number of items you want to sell at a time
- THIRD LINE: B# (with the # replaced by whatever sum you wish to receive for the sale)
- FOURTH LINE: The Minecraft Item ID for whatever you are selling
An easy way to find item IDs is to have F3+H (hold down F3 and hit H at the same time) activated when you play...as such, you not only see the ID of items in your inventory, but you can also see the status of weapons or tools like fishing poles when you hover over them. If you don't want to do this, the look up the item at the Minecraft ID List.