Custom Types are a new powerful way for you to create your own custom things to stage. Essentially what this allows you to do is, say for example stage an Event from Minecraft or Stage a list of Blocks to prevent a player from interacting or breaking. Using the Events CraftTweaker provides. This gives you the ability to lock more things down. Creating a complete custom experience in the game without the need for additional mods. As all you need is ZenStages and CraftTweaker sounds pretty cool, huh?
This is a still a fairly new system and may have some bugs. If you notice any please report them to Our Repo so we can look into it!
Note: This is a complete custom type nothing will check against this internally. You’ll need to create and listen to the Events to then call the provided methods in ZenStager to perform the checks. So the slug/name name you use for the type you’ll need to note down somewhere so you know what does what.
Note: It is also a recomended standard that you use unique names for all your Custom Types.
Importing the package
How to create them
Custom Types are created via ZenStager using the following method.
// initCustomType(string name, string value); // initCustomType(string name, string values); // initCustomType(string name, int value); // initCustomType(string name, int values); // initCustomType(string name, IIngredient value); // initCustomType(string name, IIngredient values); var MyCustomType as CustomStageType = ZenStager.initCustomType("blockBreak", [<minecraft:stone>]); ZenStager.initCustomType("disallowedDimension", 14);
Once you have created the Custom Type you can now assign that Type to a Stage. By calling the following.
// setStage(Stage stage); MyCustomType.setStage(TestStage);
How to perform a check to a Custom Type
This method requires that you have set a stage to a type. Using the above method. Otherwise it returns null.
// getCustomStage(string name, string value); // getCustomStage(string name, int value); // getCustomStage(string name, IIngredient value); ZenStager.getCustomStage("blockBreak", [<minecraft:stone>]);
This method does not require a Custom Type to be Staged to a stage.
// getCustomType(String name); ZenStager.getCustomType("blockBreak");