My Scripts

Discussion in 'CraftScripts' started by Robert Snead, Sep 7, 2013.

  1. Robert Snead

    Robert Snead New Member

    sidewalls.js -> http://forum.sk89q.com/threads/sidewalls-js.9716/
    This script will allow you to choose only particular sides of the wall in the region with your choice of block type.

    roof.js -> http://forum.sk89q.com/threads/roof-js-with-flat-and-pryamid.9712/
    Takes the original roof.js and gives an option to now allow flat roof instead of a pryamid.

    floor.js -> http://forum.sk89q.com/threads/floor-js.9713/
    Place a floor(bottom region) of a choice blocktype.

    stacking.js -> http://forum.sk89q.com/threads/stacking-js.9714/
    This script will allow you to place over/under existing blocktype with your choice as well as a height/depth.

    Addresses this Post:

    http://forum.sk89q.com/threads/need-a-block-replacement-script-written-help.978/


    outline.js -> http://forum.sk89q.com/threads/outline-js.9711/
    This will create an outline within the region with any blocktype you specify.
    *Based off the original :D
  2. Zanaria

    Zanaria New Member

    I assume that the floor.js one places a floor while you have something else selected, like a whole house or something selected. Cause otherwise you could just select the area for the floor and use //set to place a floor there.
  3. PseudoKnight

    PseudoKnight Well-Known Member

    It's for convenience. Consider that someone might select an area they wanted a building. Then they run //walls. Then they run floor.js with a different block type, and without having to change the selection.
  4. Zanaria

    Zanaria New Member

    That's what I meant, if it didn't keep the current selection (walls and all) and work that way and you had to select the area for the floor anyway then it would be the exact same as a normal selection.

    Though at one time there was an option that allowed you to set the entire outline of a selection, walls, ceiling and floor. I don't know if it's still there though. If it was you could use it then use walls to set the walls to a different block. But I think that command is gone.
  5. PseudoKnight

    PseudoKnight Well-Known Member

    //outline still exists.
  6. Zanaria

    Zanaria New Member

    Hmm, was sure I tried it recently and it didn't work, and I didn't see it in the command list when I used /help. Maybe I was just blind. Or thinking of something else.
  7. Robert Snead

    Robert Snead New Member

    The version I used did not have the outline, litemod wrapper 1.7.2 I'm using now has brought that back in.