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    posted a message on BanManager | MySQL | phpMyAdmin - Doesn't show players names reads as binary code - please help

    You won't be able to use PhpMyAdmin to see the info you want. PhpMyAdmin is a tool used by developers and database administrators.

    You'll instead have to use some kind of web interface. It seems like you can find a web interface here: http://dev.bukkit.org/bukkit-plugins/ban-management/pages/web-interfaces/

    If you're interested in knowing why the players are shown as the binary type within the database:

    The data in databases aren't meant to viewed by humans; their purpose is to store a huge amount of information in the most efficient way possible such that a program can easily access and modify said data. So rather than formatted times like "1:26 AM 11/2/2015", you'll see something like 1446456440 (this is called a unix timestamp which is the seconds since 1/1/1970 00:00:00).

    So, because Minecraft uses UUIDs to identify players since people can change their Minecraft username, the database can't store the player using their username but rather their unique ID. And these unique IDs are best stored as binary with a length of 16.

    Posted in: Server Support and Administration
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    posted a message on Staff Quotes
    Apparently Ralex cleans forums with nuclear railgun satellites while drunk.
    [22:26] <Lord_Ralex> theif
    [22:26] <Lord_Ralex> theif
    [22:26] <Lord_Ralex> f8i9t
    [22:26] <Lord_Ralex> ­
    [22:26] <Jax> Yeah ^-^
    [22:26] <Polaris29> Ralex, I see your spelling is impeccable as always ;)
    [22:26] <Lord_Ralex> aquit]e
    [22:26] <Lord_Ralex> qwiut
    [22:27] <Lord_Ralex> equit
    [22:27] <Lord_Ralex> equite
    [22:27] <Lord_Ralex> ­ it
    [22:27] <Lord_Ralex> quit
    [22:27] <Lord_Ralex> e
    [22:27] <Lord_Ralex> close enough
    [22:27] <Lord_Ralex> inb4 quores
    [22:27] <Lord_Ralex> quiotes'
    [22:27] <Lord_Ralex> ­fu.ck
    [22:27] <Lord_Ralex> it
    [22:27] * Lord_Ralex puts beer down and sleeps
    [22:27] <Polaris29> Now that you say, that, I have to quote you
    [22:27] <Polaris29> That first comma was not supposed to be there
    [22:27] * Lord_Ralex looks for nuclear railgun
    [22:28] <Polaris29> ... What are you going to be doing with that?
    [22:28] * Lord_Ralex grins
    [22:28] * Lord_Ralex aims at Polaris29
    [22:28] * Polaris29 runs away
    [22:28] * Lord_Ralex gets targetting computer installed
    [22:28] <Lord_Ralex> beep boop beeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeep
    [22:29] <Polaris29> You didn't have one installed already, I'm ashamed of you
    [22:29] <Polaris29> already? *
    [22:29] <Lord_Ralex> aiming myself is more fun
    [22:29] <Polaris29> I see
    [22:29] <Lord_Ralex> but you are running
    [22:29] <Lord_Ralex> and i am too drunk to aim
    [22:29] <Lord_Ralex> wheeeee
    [22:29] <Polaris29> Is administering while drunk safe?
    [22:29] <Lord_Ralex> uh
    [22:30] <Lord_Ralex> is operating a nuclear railgun while drunk safe
    [22:30] <Polaris29> It depends on your definition of safe
    [22:30] <Lord_Ralex> very well
    [22:30] * Lord_Ralex targets Polaris29
    [22:31] * Polaris29 gets emp ready
    [22:31] * Lord_Ralex sighs
    [22:31] * Lord_Ralex gets nuclear satellite
    [22:31] * Lord_Ralex dusts it off
    [22:31] <Lord_Ralex> been a while my pretty
    [22:31] <Lord_Ralex> oh wait, i had a nuclear railgun satellite
    [22:32] <Lord_Ralex> forgot about it
    [22:32] <Lord_Ralex> nuking ­ from an orbital railgun
    [22:32] <Polaris29> Nuclear railgun satellite? Getting fancy now huh
    [22:32] <Lord_Ralex> how do you think i keep the forum clean
    [22:32] <Lord_Ralex> with a mop?
    [22:32] <Polaris29> Touché
    Posted in: Off topic, testing and misc. chat
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    posted a message on How good are www.nitroserv.com Minecraft Servers?
    Please do not use this section to ask about specific hosts. The rules for the Hosting Discussion section can be found here.
    Posted in: Hosting Discussion
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    posted a message on Mine Little Pony v1.6.4.1
    WOW, great mod! :lol:
    Go ponies!
    ¡me gusta mucho!
    Posted in: Minecraft Mods
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    posted a message on Set an animated GIF as your profile picture?
    Quote from efriedlan6

    i dont even know how to make my profile pic a GIF in the first place PLEASE HELP!

    At the top right hand corner of the webpage there should be something that looks like this:

    A window will appear and then choose a picture from your computer.

    Or you can go here and click "Change my photo..." at the very top
    Posted in: Forum Discussion & Info
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    posted a message on Alternative to while() loop?

    Bukkit.getServer().getScheduler().scheduleSyncRepeatingTask(this, new Runnable(){
        public void run() {
            //Repeating stuff
    }, 0, 20);

    int scheduleSyncRepeatingTask(Plugin plugin, Runnable task, long delay, long period)
    Schedules a repeating task. This task will be executed by the main server thread.

    plugin - Plugin that owns the task
    task - Task to be executed
    delay - Delay in server ticks before executing task
    period - Period in server ticks of the task (20 server ticks in one second)

    Task id number (-1 if scheduling failed)

    Do not use scheduleAsyncDelayedTask() if you need to use the Bukkit API. If you need to use the Bukkit API you have to use scheduleSyncRepeatingTask()

    Next time you should ask for Bukkit plugin help here, you get more help there.

    Never use an infinite loop unless it's in a thread completely separate from the Bukkit API
    Posted in: Modification Development
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    posted a message on Official Chat Thread XVIII - Endition
    /me is having an extremely intellectual conversation with Cleverbot

    User: Are you a human?
    Cleverbot: Yes.
    User: How do you know?
    Cleverbot: I just do.
    User: How do you 'just do'?
    Cleverbot: However I please.
    User: Okay, sure whatevers.
    Cleverbot: And it never stops.
    User: Your face never stops.
    Cleverbot: You're a towel!
    User: Your face is a towel.
    Cleverbot: Your face is stupid.
    User: Your face is dumb.
    Cleverbot: Your face is no.
    User: Your mom is no.
    Cleverbot: Your nostril!
    User: Your eyeball!
    Cleverbot: Your brain.
    User: Your brain is dumb.
    Cleverbot: You are a fail.
    User: Your face is a fail.
    Cleverbot: Your brain is a fail.
    User: Your mom is a fail.
    Cleverbot: You are a mocking bird.
    User: Your face is a mocking bird.
    Cleverbot: No, you in general are a joke.
    User: You're a joke.
    Cleverbot: No you are!
    User: No you are!
    Cleverbot: I agree.
    Posted in: General Off Topic
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    posted a message on Disable plugin in a specific world?
    /f config worldsNoClaiming minigame
    /f config worldsNoPowerLoss minigame
    /f config worldsIgnorePvP minigame
    /f config worldsNoWildernessProtection minigame
    Posted in: Server Support and Administration
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    posted a message on Server Creation Assistance
    For some computers, that's normal.

    When I was setting up a server on my computer, I could connect to it through localhost/private IP but not through my external IP and other people could still join.

    You can just ask someone else to try out the server for you.

    PS: There's another Java security fix update available (15)
    Posted in: Server Support and Administration
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    posted a message on Question? Where did the Harlem Shake start
    The Harlem shake is a dance that originally began in Harlem, New York, in 1981.

    Though starting in 1981, the Harlem shake became mainstream in 2001 when G. Dep featured the dance in his music video "Let's Get It".

    A band from New York City took the name of the dance and dubbed themselves Harlem Shakes. "Harlem Shake" is a song by Baauer, an American producer from Brooklyn, New York. The song was uploaded to YouTube on May 10, 2012, and went viral in February 2013

    "Harlem Shake" is a song recorded by American DJ and producer Baauer. It was released as a free digital download by Mad Decent imprint label Jeffree's on May 22, 2012

    In February 2013, a YouTube video set to "Harlem Shake" that developed into an internet meme. The media response to the meme helped increase the single's sales, as it reached number 12 on the US Dance/Electronic Songs chart.

    Harlem Shake is an Internet meme that went viral on YouTube in February 2013. The meme is in the form of a video that began being replicated according to a similar concept by many people.

    The art form of the meme was established in a video uploaded on February 2 by The Sunny Coast Skate, five teenagers from Queensland, Australia. The teenagers' video, in its turn, was a follow-up to a video by a YouTube comedy vlogger named Filthy Frank featuring a part where several costumed persons danced to the song "Harlem Shake" by Baauer.

    A dance came out in 1981.
    A band took the name of the dance and called them selves the "Harlem Shakes" and a producer called Baauer made the song "Harlem Shake".
    Then some teenagers decided to make a youtube video of themselves dancing to the song and the youtube video became popular. The meme did NOT start in Harlem.

    The dance and song came from New York and the meme came from Australia I guess
    Posted in: General Off Topic
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