A simple explanation to use the plugin commands
All the oraxen commands start with the same label. This label, oraxen, has a few aliases so if you don't want to type
/oraxenevery time you can also use
For this tutorial we will use /o because it is the shortest, but if this command is already used by another plugin or you can't use it for any reason, just replace the label of the commands starting with a /o by /oxn or /oraxen.
The main benefit of this method is that it allows you to see all the items at the same time and therefore to be more efficient (you just have to click on an item to make it appear in your inventory). But you can't use it to automatically give an item to another player (for example from the shop).
/o inv sorted # Opens an inventory containing oraxen items sorted by file
/o inv all # Opens an inventory containing all oraxen items
oraxen.command.inventory.view # Allows to view the inventory visualizer
oraxen.command.inventory.give# Allows to get item from the inventory visualizer
oraxen.command.inventory.* # Gives you the two previous permissions
This command will be mainly useful if you want to give an item to another player or when you want to automate the give. If the target of this command has its inventory full, the stack will be looted on the ground.
/o give <player> <item> <amount> # Gives amount items to player
oraxen.command.give # Allows you to use /o give
This command can be used to repair an item you hold in your main hand. You can configure the plugin to repair only items using oraxen custom durability or also vanilla durability.
/o repair hand # Repair the item you hold
oraxen.command.repair # Allows to use the /o repair command
This command can be used to repair every single item in your inventory (or in your armor slots). You can configure the plugin to repair only items using oraxen custom durability or also vanilla durability.
/o repair all # Repair all your item (inside your inventory)
oraxen.command.repair # so you are also able to use /o repair hand
oraxen.command.repair.all # Allows to use the /o repair all command
Recipe showcase using /o recipe show all
/o recipe builder <builder> # Creates a recipe builder of type <builder> and opens it
/o recipe save <name> # Saves your recipe with name <name>
/o recipe show all # Show you the loaded recipes
/o recipe show <recipe> # Show you one recipe
oraxen.command.recipes # Allows you to create new recipes via /o recipes
This command allows you to interact with the Oraxen pack: send the configured message to download it from the internet or load it directly through the game.
/o pack send <player> # Send to <player> the pack directly through the game
/o pack msg <player> # Send to <player> the configured message
oraxen.command.pack # Allows you to use /o pack
This command allows you to print glyphs and unicode characters in chat so that you can copy them by clicking on them
/o printglyphs <glyphname/"all"> # prints the requested glyph or print all the glyphs
/o printglyphs <unicodehex> # prints the requested unicode hex code (ex. "E100") in a json message
/o printglyphs <unicodehex>+<range> # prints a range of unicode characters starting by the first hexcode (ex of command: "/o printglyphs E000+10" prints E000 and the next 10 characters)
This command allows you to print item infos and custom-model-data-id
/o iteminfo <itemname> # prints the requested item information
oraxen.command.iteminfo # Allows you to use /o iteminfo
This command allows you to reload oraxen configurations quickly and without causing bugs (you cannot reload oraxen using plugman). However, it should be noted that for the time being, customs crafts created with oraxen cannot be reloaded.
/o reload all # Reloads items configuration, Reloads recipes configuration, regenerates the pack and upload it
/o reload items # Reloads items configuration
/o reload pack # Regenerates resourcepack and upload it
/o reload recipes # Reloads recipes configuration
oraxen.command.reload # Allows you to use /o reload
I wish you never have to use it but if you ever have a bug with Oraxen, I will probably ask you to execute this command to get more information about your installation.
It will depend on the situation and will often change with the updates of oraxen, I will explain everything.
oraxen.command.debug # Allows you to use /o debug