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Solved Skript not working

Discussion in 'Skript' started by Delano, Apr 15, 2018.

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  1. Delano

    Delano Member

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    So... I know the basic stuff of Skript from youtube.
    I wanted to try it for my server but there is some kind of bug.
    When I reload my simple script just for testing it doesn't work.

    My code is: on join:
    message "test" to player

    And when I save and reload it using /sk reload test
    it tells me this: can't understand this event: 'on join' (test.sk, line 1: on join:')

    I have this problem on all versions of 1.12 except the last dev, I believe it's dev 34.
    on dev 34 the plugin just doesn't work.
    I'm using minecraft 1.12.2 with my server hosted on server.pro
    I also have the latest version of skquery downloaded (and tried the other versions to)

    anyone knows the solution to this?

    thanks
     
    #1 Delano, Apr 15, 2018
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  2. Donut

    Donut Well-Known Member

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    are you using spigot
     
  3. Delano

    Delano Member

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    Ow I haven't even thought of that! Thank you so much! :3
    my bad
     
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