The config file is located in: config/advancedmotd/configGeneral.cfg

  • commandName
    • If you want to redefine another command name for the mod do it with this value.
  • commandNameAliases
    • If you want to define an alias name for the command do it with this value.
  • dimID
    • Dimension ID to get the time/days from.
  • weeklength
    • Length (days) of week, for %w format
  • dateformat
    • Format of the time and date: %d=day, %w=week, %h=hour, %m=minute, %o=second
    • Example: Time=%h:%m | Day=%d
    • Result: Time=13:25 | Day=8
  • dangerStart
    • When the danger time starts.
  • dangerEnd
    • When the danger time ends.
  • dangerColor
    • What is the color and/or format of the danger time?
  • safetyColor
    • What is the color and/or format of the safety time?
  • colorizeDayN
    • Colorize the n-th day?
  • dangerColorAtDayN
    • What is the color and/or format of the danger time at the n-th day?
  • safetyColorAtDayN
    • What is the color and/or format of the safety time at the n-th day?
  • considerBloodmoon [renamed in 1.1.0]
    • Should Bloodmoon be considered? (Bloodmoon Mod)
  • considerSeasons [since 1.1.0]
    • Should Serene Seasons be considered? (Serene Seasons Mod)
  • motdDelimiter [removed in 1.1.0]
    • How should be the motd delimited from the dynamic extension?
  • seasonSpring¬†[since 1.1.0]
    • What is the color of the spring?
  • seasonSummer¬†[since 1.1.0]
    • What is the color of the summer?
  • seasonAutumn [since 1.1.0]
    • What is the color of the autumn?
  • seasonWinter [since 1.1.0]
    • What is the color of the winter?
  • motdFormat [since 1.1.0]
    • Format of the entire motd message.
    • %motd% = Message from the server.config
    • %daytime% = The day / time of the given dimension (dimID)
    • %season% = Name of the season in the given dimension (dimID)
    • Example: %motd% | %daytime% | %season%
    • Result: Your motd | 17:12 | Autumn
    • Note: You can choose your delimiters as you want to. ^^