jChat is a simple and flexible plugin for the Minecraft wrapper Bukkit designed to allow adding prefixes and suffixes to players names. Currently it is only compatible with SuperPerms, the permissions system in Bukkit. Features Lightweight: only manages prefixes and suffixes. Modifies join, death and quit messages to reflect player's display names. Player list (tab) now reflects player's display names. Fast: Formats a players' name permanently on login and when a player changes worlds. Good citizen: Does not interfere with other chat plugins. Simple: Very easy to configure, simply assign the permission nodes to players. Installation Ensure you are using the latest recommended build. Before installing, you need to make sure you are running at least the latest recommended build for Bukkit. Support is only given for problems when using a recommended build. This does not mean that the plugin will not work on other versions of Bukkit, the likelihood is it will, but it is not supported. Getting jChat The best way to install jChat is to use the symbolic link to the latest version. This link always points to the latest version of jChat, so is safe to use in scripts or update plugins. Additionally you can to use the RSS feed provided by BukkitDev as this also includes a version changelog. Alternatively older versions are available as well, however they are not supported. If you are forced to use an older version for whatever reason, please let me know why by opening a issue on GitHub. Configuration Read the documentation All documentation for jChat is available on the GitHub wiki, including example usage and details on how to configure the plugin.