[INACTIVE] [ADMIN/SEC] VanishNoPickup v1.9.12 - Make yourself Invisible/Disable Item Pickups [935]

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    EvilNilla

    VanishNoPickup - Make yourself invisible AND disable item pickups:
    Version: v1.9.12

    Description:
    This plugin turns you invisible. It also allows you to disable item pickups. These two things go hand in hand when stalking a potential cheater.

    I'd written a separate plugin to do NoPickup, but decided it was always wanted when you Vanish, thus we have this plugin.

    Currently the plugin is setup to always disable item pickups when you go invisible.

    As of 1.7 you can add a Permission node to disable mobs from noticing you while invisible.

    Many thanks to Nodren, as I've basically taken his plugin and added functionality to it.
    http://forums.bukkit.org/threads/admn-sec-vanish-v1-5-2-craftbukkit-only-617.345

    Features:
    • /vanish OR /poof - turns you invisible and stops item pickups
    • /vanish list shows you who is invisible
    • /np OR /nopickup - turns off all item pickups
    • /np list - shows you who has item pickups disabled
    • supports Permissions
    Download Here



    Source Code on Github

    Permissions:
    • vanish.vanish - permission to vanish
    • vanish.list - permission to show who is vanished
    • vanish.dont.hide - Don't Hide other Vanished people from this group
    • vanish.nopickup - permission to turn off item pickups
    • vanish.nopickup.list - permission to show who has item pickups disabled
    • vanish.noaggromobs - all mobs fail to target you and are thus not aggressive
    Changelog:




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    Version 1.9.10-12
    • Bugfix: Better player detection when TPing to players while vanished.
    Version 1.9.9
    • Bugfix: Vanished players don't take fall damage when TPing now.
    Version 1.9.8

    • Bugfix: Telporting players can't see invisible people(1/2 second after TP event...)
    Version 1.9.7


    • Bugfix: players TPing/respawning will be able to see vanished ppl.
    Version 1.9.6


    • Fixed bug where relogging as a non-vanished player would allow you to see vanished ppl
    Version 1.9.5


    • Updated to fix TPing to players while vanished.
    Version 1.8.1


    Version 1.7




    • updated alias' to work /nopickup and /poof
    • vanish.noaggromobs - all mobs fail to target you and are thus not aggressive
    Version 1.6.1




    • Fixed invisible after disconnecting/reconnecting.
    • Keeps your invisibility state properly
    Version 1.6




    • Added NoPickup functionality and Permissions nodes
    Version 1.5.2 and below:










    TODO:
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    • vanish.fakelogout - Hides the user from the /who and /list - might NOT be possible...
    • Make it so vanished players don't trigger pressure plates.
    • Settings To do following:
    • Force a particular group of people to join the NoPickup group when they login - maybe a combination of a negative permission and a config option
    • Allow toggling of noaggromob separate from vanish.
    • Force user to reappear if they attack
    • Force NoPickup when vanished
    • Add COLOR options for the different Vanish messages.





    Massive thanks and Credit:
    Nodren and mung3r
     
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    boogy92

    Well, but what should we do, when we dont want to install spout on our server?

    We always used this plugin before.. it worked great..
     
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    mbaxter ʇıʞʞnq ɐ sɐɥ ı Retired Staff

    That's the problem, it's now easily exploitable. So, the Spout implementation solves that.
     
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    boogy92

    There must be a way to avoid Spout :p

    We just want an easy /vanish plugin for normal users like VanishNoPickUp was before..
    If someone can see us anyway, we know at least that he's using unallowed hacks on our server.. :p
     
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    mbaxter ʇıʞʞnq ɐ sɐɥ ı Retired Staff

    What's your issue with getting spout going?
     
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    Brian2one0

    First off, what is spout? o.o
     
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    mbaxter ʇıʞʞnq ɐ sɐɥ ı Retired Staff

    It's a plugin that you install, that lets other plugins do magical things.
     
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    Scepheus

    I enjoy this plugin more than VanishNoPacket, all I want is a simple plugin that moderators and admins can /poof and they will be invisible. This new plugin is giving me crap about logging in invisible and its not really fun, I like the aspect of this plugin being a lightweight solution to my problem.
     
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    mbaxter ʇıʞʞnq ɐ sɐɥ ı Retired Staff

    If you're logging in invisible, then you gave yourself the permission to log in invisible. Just... don't give yourself vanish.silentjoin, and you won't log in invisible. VanishNoPacket is easy to configure, just read the documentation :) Here is the information on permissions: http://dev.bukkit.org/server-mods/vanish/pages/permissions/


    Also, this plugin can be exploited by a bunch of popular grief clients, VanishNoPacket cannot.
     
  10. However, this plugin has a few useability advantages over VNP (unless I'm missing it in the docs for vnp).

    • Administrate doesn't automatically log the admin in as invisible unless the admin logged out that way (persistent visibility state)
    • Administrate, when going into admin mode, remembers where the command was run and tp's the player back to that place when admin mode is left. This is probably the one thing I miss the most from Administrate when I moved to VNP.
    VNP is a good plugin, don't get me wrong, and I am using it now, but I still prefer the Administrate functionality over VNP.
     
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    Kaikz

    Are you blind?
    That just sounds absolutely stupid.

    Edit 9000: Fuck the RTF editor.
     
  12. No, I am not blind. My point was that it's automatically applied with VNP, vs Administrate will do it, depending on if the admin logs out that way. With VNP, either I am logging in invisible all the time, or not at all.

    For some people, this matters. I rather liked the feature as I had the choice.

    Perhaps to you. Again, personal preference. I liked it quite a bit. If I'm working on something and I need to go check on a user or something else comes up that requires me to stop what I'm doing, being able to go right back to where I was originally was a very nice feature. Obviously you don't find it as useful as I did.

    Agreed.:)
     
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    Phaedrus

    Dude. Relax. You're coming across as a bit of a turd here.
     
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    frelling

    I realize that this is a reply to an older comment, but this recent transition from 1.8.1 to MC 1.0.0 is a perfect example of why Spout - albeit a great API/plugin - is sometimes shunned by admins because it can become a single point for failure for dependent plugins; as is the case with VanishNoPacket.

    So for the time being, VanishNoPickup will still be an admin tool for us until Spout is updated and remain as a backup - even if we have to maintain it ourselves - when Spout isn't updated in a timely fashion. See http://forums.bukkit.org/goto/post?id=819151#post-819151
     
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    THG3

    There a vanish plugin that doesn't require Spout? Spout drops my servers TPS when 25+ people are online.
     
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    mbaxter ʇıʞʞnq ɐ sɐɥ ı Retired Staff

    I suggest you talk with the Spout team about that, as it makes little sense. There is currently a vanish plugin called "vanish 2" that doesn't need spout. However, without spout the plugin is useless. A large number of griefing clients have ways around that plugin, but they can't beat vanishnopacket.
     
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    THG3

    Not sure how it doesn't make sense. Plugin in... Tps loss... plugin out... No Tps loss.

    But thank you for Vanish 2, will be getting that one. :)
     
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    mbaxter ʇıʞʞnq ɐ sɐɥ ı Retired Staff

    No, I meant that it's odd you're experiencing TPS loss, and should talk with the spout folks. ;)
     
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    THG3

    @mbaxter

    Is it that important to have? I mean it's a HUGE plugin size wise and the only real advantage I seem to gain from it is being able to use Vanishnopacket, and some extra useless things that only seem to help people who use their client.

    I am probably way off, please let me know if I am.
     
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    mbaxter ʇıʞʞnq ɐ sɐɥ ı Retired Staff

    It's a decision that's entirely up to you. I find the extra stuff useful.
     
  21. Finally I can stop that one kid on my server that keeps saying his "89 diamonds in a day technece" is legit XD
     
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    KrisEike

    Someone update this!! I can't use that darn spout plugin >_<
     
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    mbaxter ʇıʞʞnq ɐ sɐɥ ı Retired Staff

    I could possibly help you with your spout troubles. What goes wrong?
     
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    Wulfspider

    I use VanishNoPacket all the time on our servers with Spout. People do see our sparkling feet though... ;)
     
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    hugonoob

    You can use VanishNoPacket you musst install Spout
    BUT: YOu only need Server Spout you dont need the Client to join the server
     
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    KrisEike

    Everything, pretty much.. I hate using it. No offence to the devs, but i hate the whole plugin. It always messes up something.. Errors all the time, and crashes occur more often with it.. I basically just want Vanish without spout, maybe you could help me with that instead? :eek:
     
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    Wulfspider

    I don't recall any reports or help requests from you. When there is a conflict, it's usually due to the server owner installing an incompatible build of Spout on a build of CraftBukkit that it isn't made for. Being as the Spout plugin relies heavily on overriding core parts of CraftBukkit, you can't really stray far from what we recommend each build to be used with.
     
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    juicychris47

    Is this plugins going to be updated to 1.0?
     
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    mbaxter ʇıʞʞnq ɐ sɐɥ ı Retired Staff

    No. You're advised to use VanishNoPacket.
     
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    KrisEike

    Hm, allright. I guess i won't be able to use Vanish any longer then.. Thanks anyway.
     
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