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2.0 (obsolete) InvSee 1.1

Utilizes SSC technology to copy a player's inventory.

  1. Enerdy
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    *Requires ServerSideCharacters
    Since the similar feature currently present in Essentials by Scavenger seems broken, and Essentials+ did not adopt this (I don't see how could this be "Essential" for a server), I decided to use my spare time in reworking this from the core. TShock now includes its own methods for managing this copypasta, which makes it fairly easy to put this to work.

    You can use this with Essentials: it should replace the old command with this one.

    • An easy, and interactive way of reading player inventories by having your own replaced by theirs temporarily!
    • Creates a backup of your own inventory, and restores it automatically on leave or through the use of a command. I wouldn't want you to lose your inventory in the proccess of looking for hackers.
    • It is now safe to copy multiple inventories in succession: the backup will always contain your original inventory.


    1. InvSeeIcon.png

Recent Updates

  1. API 2.0 Compatibility
  2. API 1.25 Compatibility
  3. API 1.24 Compatibility

Recent Reviews

  1. MikeyMike
    Version: 1.1
    Does exactly what it says. Just be sure to visit the github link as it has the most up-to-date version.
  2. bippity
    Version: 1.0.8
    Great for freaking out other players.
  3. Kojiro_S
    An improved version of the InvSee featured included in the now-deprecated Essentials plugin by Scavenger, offers the same features but has bug fixes and added little extra bits that make it more powerful. For instance, after you copy an inventory you don't need to type the -restore parameter to go back to your normal inventory anymore. Just typing /invsee does the trick. You can also copy offline users, so those pesky hacking ninjas won't be able to escape detection after an admin logs in anymore.