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This allows you to block certain versions from logging into your server, every Minecraft version has a special number assigned to it called a Protocol Version. You can view a list of them here and find a generator here. For example, if you wanted to block 1.10 Minecraft you can see from that list that the number is 210. You would then change your config to, block-protocols: [210], you can then add as many protocols as required separated by a comma if you wish to block more.

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When the condition above for blocking a certain version is met, what should the client be kicked with? This message will appear on their disconnect screen when they are kicked for using a blocked version. You can use Minecraft Colour codes here.


reload-disconnect-message - default: "Server reload, please rejoin!" (String)

If you use ProtocolLib we are unable to reload the plugin without crashing the server with players connected, to protect against this we kick players. Here you can select what message is sent to them on reload, furthermore you should really use a Plugin Manager instead of /reload due to memory leaks. You can use Minecraft Colour codes here.


suppress-conversion-warnings - default: false (Boolean)

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When a player sends more than the limit above what should the kick message be. You can use Minecraft Colour codes here, as well as %pps which will be replaced with their current packets per second.

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When the player gets more warnings over the time period than allowed and kicks them, what shall the message be. You can use Minecraft Colour codes here, as well as %pps which will be replaced with their current packets per second.

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