Danthegoodman Posted January 8, 2013 Share Posted January 8, 2013 when i type manuadd commands and stuff i get there is a internal error... that crap, the yml checker says the config file is the problem, but there is no problem... here it is, Bukkit Yaml Checker Running YAML Checks... Running Element Checks... The Yaml file you provided is invalid. The most common form of of Yaml errors is caused by errors in line indents. Parsing Errors: Error: Element 'settings': This element is not expected. Expected is ( groups ). Probably around line: 1 12 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 settings: config: opOverrides: true validate_toggle: true data: save: minutes: 10 hours: 24 logging: level: INFO mirrors: world: world_nether: - users - groups survivalisland: - users - groups creative: flatcreative: - users - groups the file looks like this tho, it shows differently when i copy and paste settings: config: # With this enabled anyone set as op has full permissions when managing GroupManager # The user will be able to promote players to the same group or even above. opOverrides: true # Default setting for 'mantoglevalidate' # true will cause GroupManager to attempt name matching by default. validate_toggle: true data: save: # How often GroupManager will save it's data back to groups and users.yml minutes: 10 # Number of hours to retain backups (plugins/GroupManager/backup) hours: 24 logging: # level of detail GroupManager will use when logging. # Acceptable entries are - ALL,CONFIG,FINE,FINER,FINEST,INFO,OFF,SEVERE,WARNING level: INFO mirrors: # Worlds listed here have their settings mirrored in their children. # The first element 'world' is the main worlds name # subsequent elements 'world_nether' and 'world_the_end' are worlds which will use # the same user/groups files as the parent. # Each child world can be configured to mirror the 'groups', 'users' or both files from it's parent. world: world_nether: - users - groups survivalisland: - users - groups creative: flatcreative: - users - groups # world2: (World2 would have it's own set of user and groups files) # world3: # - users (World3 would use the users.yml from world2, but it's own groups.yml) # world4: # - groups (World4 would use the groups.yml from world2, but it's own users.yml) # world5: # - world6 (this would cause world6 to mirror both files from world5) thanks and i hope someone can help Original Post: Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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