As long as a user does not have at least one reviewed and activated contribution, the user is unable to edit his profile, set a avatar, title picture or a signature.
Modular set of server tools for Eco
** powered by and compatible with em-framework **
nid-core base module
NidToolbox Light brings back the old NidToolbox plugin for previous versions of Eco, in more manageable and modular format this time around.
Each module works independently, being versioned separately - with only nid-core component being required. Server admins can mix and match modules they need for their servers.
This project is a work in progress aiming to overtime bring back all of the features of old NidToolbox to Eco 9.0+. As I sadly don't have as much time to work on the project as before, modules will be released as I develop them. Your patience is appreciated <3.
Support is provided as well as suggestions are accepted on my Discord here
It is not required, but if you would like to support the development of the plugin, donations are accepted here
Core module does not do anything by itself and to get any functionality out of it, you need to download one of the available modules. Documentation and installation instructions are available at the module's page. You can find all the links below.
Currently available modules: (click the names to view)
- Chat Logger - logging chat in realtime.
- Chat Tags - Create and assign chat tags to the players on your server, to clearly mark their roles and membership, whether they are an [Admin] or a [Janitor].
- IP Logger - providing data on each logon and logout, fully customizable. Can log to server log, console, own log, or all at the same time.
- Player Manager - contains commands useful in day-to-day player management, ability to Reset Skills, Talents and progression, set Job Level and refund specialisation points of any player on the server, geo-location and more.
- nid-Core - this module. Download at the top of this page.
- Server Cleanup - Set of server clean and maintenance commands, allowing for removal of mining rubble, tree debris, stumps etc. Generates detailed report on rubble present on the server.
- MOTD - Displays welcome message to players logging in, accepts all Eco's formatting. Stores MOTD in a text file for easy edits. Managed from command line and/or config files.
- Server Rules and Preventables - Enables sever owner to enforce set of Server Rules. Certain actions of the players can be restricted, until they have accepted the Server ruleset.
- Server News - News can be either displayed automatically on login, or triggered at any time via the command.
- Timed Messages - Time-based messages can be set to trigger at certain hour, or every X minutes.
- Temporary Bans
- Financial Administration
- User Homes
- Minting Rights
Settings can be changed either via in-game commands or through editing of settings configuration files. See each module page for details. Due to their nature or tasks performed, some modules may not have any configuration files.
EM Framework 3.1.0 or newer! available here.
How to install:
- Unpack the content of the .zip archive
- Copy nid-core.dll to Mods\NidToolbox
- Individual modules are installed into Mods\NidToolbox\Modules directory.
- Eco.EM.Framework must be placed in Mods\Elixr Mods\Eco.EM.Framework.dll
- Compatibility patch with EM Framework 3.1.0
- Requires EM Framework 3.1.0
- Migrated project to Net5.
- Compatibility patch with Eco version 9.4
Before installing this version, make sure you remove any old versions of both:
from the Server\Mods folder.
New correct locations are:
1. For nid-core.dll Mods\NidToolbox\
2. For em-framework.dll Mods\Elixir Mods\
This change is made to comply with the Developers request to move all mod's respective .dll files to their properly named folders.
For more information see the updated section - How to Install, on the main plugin page.
- Enforces new locations for nid-core and em-framework.
- Added names and filenames sanitising methods.
- Fixed module naming in Server Configurator GUI.
- This update changes the default location for all NidToolbox' modules configuration files. New location for config files is: [Server]\Configs\Mods\NidToolbox
- This change is in line with the new recommendations from the Developers on better mods organisation. Mods folder should only ever contain exact module files the dlls.
- Some service hosters like Nitrado, have already started implementing this change and all your files that are still located in Mods folder that are not .dll, will either be ignored or hidden.
- Modules folder should stay as it is, as it only contains the allowed .dll files for each of the NidToolbox' components.
- You will get a warning in console as well as in log, should your Mods folder still contain any of the config files.
- To retain your settings, simply move your NidToolbox' config files from Server\Mods\NidToolbox to [Server]\Configs\Mods\NidToolbox
See the screenshot below for details:
- Reporting hosting server's operating system environment in log and console, including the architecture and build. Should be helpful in debugging issues;
- Loaded nid-modules will report their versions;
- Added NidModule and IpUser support;
- Added embedded assembly loaded for future external dependencies.
- Migrated project to NetStandard 2.1