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World Edit is a plug-in that is available for 1799 credits. You can find and purchase World Edit in the Premium Features section of the app. You have to enable this plug-in after purchasing before it has any effect on your server.
What does it do
With World Edit you can edit large areas of your world instantly and easily with various commands.
How does it work
You do not need to edit any settings for the World Edit plug-in. World Edit is a complicated plug-in to use, and requires some experimentation with commands to really get into it.
Nearly every action with World Edit starts with selecting an area. You select an area by going to a corner of the area you'd like to select, and use the command /we 1. Go to the opposite corner of the area and write the command /we 2. You now selected the area to edit. This area is in 3d, and the height difference between the two selected corners will indicate the height of the area.
You can then use various other commands to manipulate the selected area. This is great for quickly creating squares, walls and towers!
World Edit commands can only be used by Operators by default. Editing very large areas at the same time may cause lag spikes or server crash, so be careful using this plug-in. You may also trap yourself in solid blocks, use teleports to get out!
World Edit commands always start with double slash symbols ('//'). The argument 'id' is always the block id that you'd like to use. Block id's can be found at Pocket Edition data values page. Besides block id, you can also use various basic block names, such as stone, dirt, cobblestone, sand, wood, air, water, lava.
All commands that involve block id can be used with multiple block types and in different percentages, to create a more random creation. To do so, you replace the 'id' argument with '1%60,1:1%20,1:5%19,56%1,' for example, this, in combination with the //replace command, replaces all the blocks in your selection (excluding the air blocks) with a mountainous mix of stone blocks, granite blocks, andesite blocks and 1% diamond ore blocks. If you use less than 100% in your argument, only that percentage will be used. If your sum is more than 100% or if no percentage is set, it will be substracted from the last arguments first.
|World Edit information||//help||Shows you available commands and how to use them.|
|Select corner 1||//we 1||Selects the first corner of the area you'd like to select on the block you are standing|
|Select corner 2||//we 2||Selects the first corner of the area you'd like to select on the block you are standing|
|Set block||//set id||Turns all the selected blocks, including air blocks, to the id of the block. You can use up to 4 different types of fill, with percentages to indicate the share of the blocktype. When no percentage is set, it is 100% of all the blocks. Add more block types seperated by a comma.|
|Replace blocks||//replace id1 id2||Turns all the id1 block type to id2 block type. You can use up to 4 different types of block types, with percentages to indicate the share of the blocktype. When no percentage is set, it is 100% of all the blocks. Add more block types separated by a comma. Do not fill in id1 if you are looking to replace all the blocks in your selection, with the exception of air blocks.|
|Copy selection||//copy||Copy all the blocks in your current selection from your point of view to the Clipboard.|
|Paste selection||//paste||Paste all the blocks currently on your Clipboard to the world, from your point of view. You need to run the command //copy to copy blocks to your Clipboard before you can paste anything.|
|Undo your last action||//undo||Undo your last World Edit action. If there is already a World Edit action running, it will be cancelled and reverted.|
|Redo your last action||//redo||Redo your last World Edit action. If it depends on your point of view, such as Paste, it will be executed at the action's previous point of view.|
|Flip your clipboard||//flip||Mirrors the blocks copied to your Clipboard. Base axis is the x axis, use //flip y or //flip z to flip along another axis. You need to run the command //copy to copy blocks to your Clipboard before you can flip anything.|
|Wand selection||//wand||Assign the wand tool to your held item. With the held item you can quickly select pos1 and pos2 by tapping or breaking the target block(s).|
|Create a cylinder||//cyl id radius height||Create a solid cylinder out of the block id type with defined radius and height in blocks. You can use different block types and percentages up to 4, separated by a comma for each block type.|
|Create a hollow cylinder||//hcyl id radius height||Create a hollow cylinder out of the block id type with defined radius and height in blocks. You can use different block types and percentages up to 4, separated by a comma for each block type.|
Watch how it works
World Edit is great for anyone who is looking to build things in a creative world or those looking to create server-based protected buildings for their players. But you can also create custom biomes with it, for example just replace all the wood and leaves in your selection with obsidian to create obsidian trees!
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