Warp changes

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#1
With the continuing increase of warps, and because we will be adding more worlds in the future, the warp system has been changed to reduce the clutter one can experience while searching through the list.

From now on, you can only consult a list of warps from the world you are currently in. This means that if you do /warp list in Plotworld, you will only see the warps of Plotworld. This also means that if you are in Plotworld, and if you want to go to the old moria (xMoria) in oldworld, you no longer can do /warp xMoria.

First you will have to teleport yourself to the suited world, in this case oldworld by doing /mv tp oldworld
This will enable you to see all the oldworld warps if you do /warp list and also teleport to the oldworld warps.

Currently the following three worldnames can be used:
  • oldworld (with the old map)
  • world (the current map)
  • plotworld (the plots)
 

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#2
There is one problem, /mv tp takes you to the world spawn. In the main world (which should be renamed), this is the new player box with the new player welcome. Change the last part of the new player world to tp the new player box and change the world spawn.
 

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#3
Tried fixing that, but the teleport command itself doesn't handle multiple worlds, so the commandblock just does /mv tp <player> world, maybe I could try it with /mv tp <player> world coords or something like that, have to check their docs