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ImageOnMap produces a 403 error


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I'm a bit new to plugins and I'm hosting a servre for my friends but we have one plugin that isn't working: ImageOnMap.

I've given myself full op on my server and every time I try the /tomap command I always get:

"Map rendering failed: HTTP error: 403 forbidden"

I had no idea what this could mean but I assumed it was a permissions thing so I used PEX to give myself the proper permissions, but I still get the 403 error.

Any help?

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The plugin broke on 1.16 I believe.

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I believe this means the link you are using can't be access from Minecraft. I have used this plugin many times, so maybe try another link.

Otherwise the plugin may be broken due to 1.16. I'd check your latest.log in this case.

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