You're using a version for 1.14 on 1.8.8, use WorldEdit 6.1.9
As for the CraftBook error, update Bukkit.
Technically it is possible. You could just make it the normal block, but because it's under water just make it spawn flowing water beside it, as...
You have both the bat and wolf one in the same entry
As someone who has been involved in the plugin development community since early 2011, this is quite unsettling news. I understand why this is...
That's an issue with Mojang's mp servers, maybe try updating Bukkit
You need ProtocolLib to use those parts of CraftBook.
Try disabling 'advanced-block-checks' in the config, some plugins forcibly stop CraftBook from working. Disabling that makes CraftBook ignore that.
CraftBook can do this.
Inside your config.yml page, enable the mechanics you wish to use. This is listed on the craftbook bukkit page.
What is the exact message it displays? The permission appears to be entered correctly.
Can you please provide screenshots of it? And do you have Vault?
Everything's disabled by default, you have to enable what you want to do, it acts like a dedicated plugin.
The video on that page demonstrates how to create them.
The plugin works in a way that only what you enable is activated, so you can only have...
EssAntiBuild and EssProtect should be removed if you use WorldGuard
Other than that everything looks fine.
In the CommandItems file, you have the item part set really weirdly. Just set it to 336 if you want it to work on normal bricks.
Can you pastebin your command items file, and your custom drops file?
Yes. If you wanted it to only work for some bricks, you can give them a custom name, lore, etc, and then it'll only work for bricks with that...
So yeah, in the video it was assigning the commands to the item held in my hand, any items that match that item in the hand the command works on.
Oh, that's not an item ID. That's just an identifier for the CommandItem entry, for internal plugin identification.
Separate names with a comma.