Allows players to extend elevators past the 6 high limit

Supported Games

Allows players to extend elevators past the 6 high limit, or remove floors, using chat commands.

Permissions

  • unlimitedelevators.use - Allows players to use the /setfloors chat command

Chat Commands

  • /setfloors <number> - Set the number of floors for the elevator you are looking at

Configuration

Maximum number of floors allowed - Set a limit for the number of floors players can spawn

Require the user has the correct number of elevator items in their inventory to pay for the extension - If enabled, users will require the difference in floors worth of elevator items in their inventory

Refund items if setting floors to a number lower than what currently exists - Refunds players for floors removed via the command

{
  "Maximum number of floors allowed": 20,
  "Require the user has the correct number of elevator items in their inventory to pay for the extension": true,
  "Refund items if setting floors to a number lower than what currently exists": false,
  "Version": {
    "Major": 0,
    "Minor": 1,
    "Patch": 0
  }
}
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