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HOW TO USE IMAGEONMAP
DIFFICULTY: EASY

Introduction:

Have you ever wanted to view an image on an ingame map? ImageOnMap provides just that. ImageOnMap allows you to load a picture from the internet to a Minecraft map.

How to use ImageOnMap:

ToMap Command:

  • Firstly, make sure you have a free inventory slot, as the plugin will give you a map.
  • The main command we will be using is /tomap <url>. You can resize the maps by adding the width and height after the keyword resize, for example /tomap url resize 2 4
  • You can also change the scaling method by replacing the resize keyword to resize-stretched to stretch the image to the surface (the image may be distorted), or resize-covered to to ensure the image covers the whole surface (the image will never be distorted, but some parts may be lost near the borders).
  • The permission node for this is imageonmap.new.

Maps Command:

  • /maps is another command which opens a GUI to see, retrieve and manage user's maps.
  • You can retrieve any created maps, or manage created maps. Maps can be renamed (for organization), deleted (but they won't render in-game anymore!), or partially retrieved (for posters maps containing more than one map).
  • Permission: imageonmap.list, imageonmap.get, imageonmap.rename and imageonmap.delete for actions into the GUI.

Require further assistance?:

If you need more help on this topic, head over to this section of forums, or join our Discord!
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