Update (21.11.11): Sorry for the absence. I've been busy with other things lately and Minecraft has taken a back seat. Now that 1.0 is out and Bukkit soon to follow, I intend to get back to these plugins. For now though, I've removed the downloads but the source is still available at GitHub for the time being for anyone who wants it. I probably won't update this thread any more because of the move to BukkitDev. MantraChat: Version: v0.2 Handles Minecraft chat and adds features such as Permissions prefixes, suffixes, message formats and colours. As with most of my plugins, this one requires Permissions v3 or greater to be installed. You can use the following variables in the message format: [prefix] : The group prefix. [suffix] : The group suffix. [player] : The player's name. [message] : The message sent. [world] : The world the player is currently in. You can also use any of the colours listed at the Minecraft Wiki in '&color_code' format. Features: Add Permissions prefixes and suffixes to chat. Modify the message format for chat. Change the colours used in chat messages. Set the message format ingame using /setmsgformat command. Use /who to list players that are on-line with formatting. Source Code (on GitHub) Commands: /setmsgformat [msgformat] /setmsgformat - shows the current chat message format. /setmsgformat [prefix] &7[player]: &f[message] - sets the chat message to the default format. /who - Shows a list of players that are currently on-line. Permissions: mantrachat.setmsgformat - Allows usage of the /setmsgformat command. mantrachat.playerlist - Allows usage of the /who command. Config: # Message format. You can use Minecraft supported colours and the following tags: # [prefix] - Permissions prefix. # [suffix] - Permissions suffix. # [player] - Player name. # [message] - Player message. # [world] - World player is in. msgformat: '[prefix] &7[player]: &f[message]' # Player list format. You can use Minecraft supported colours and the following tags: # [prefix] - Permissions prefix. # [suffix] - Permissions suffix. # [player] - Player name. # [world] - World player is in. listformat: '[prefix] &7[player]' Changelog: Version 0.2 Added support for /who player list. Trim messages of whitespace before and after message. Version 0.1 Initial public release.