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Resolved /Co Rollback

Discussion in 'Request Help' started by mon2880, Jun 25, 2012.

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  1. mon2880

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    Ghoosted had told me to check a house earlier if it had been grieved so i did, it wasn't but it was blown up by a creeper. So i did /co roll back & it somehow deleted the hole house. I am sorry to who evers home this was. I can't figure out how to restore it please help!!!!!!!

    I'm going to have to leave soon so please a mod get on!!!!
     
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    Mon, here's how you use Rollback. Items in <> stand for optional arguments you can add to the command.

    The base command is
    /co rollback <r:> <t:> <p:>

    'r' stands for radius in blocks. If you need to rollback everything within a 6x6 square, you would write '/co rollback r:6'
    't' stands for time. For example, if you wish to rollback everything within a 6x6 square that's happened within 19 minutes, you would do '/co rollback r:6 t:19m'. s = seconds, m = minutes, h = hours. Time values may be decimal numbers as well.
    'p' stands for player. For example, if you wish to rollback everything player Bob123 has done in the past 3 hours, you would do '/co rollback t:3h p:Bob123'.

    Notes
    - Unless you wish to rollback a piece of land to the beginning, always include a time.
    - Also, unless you wish to rollback the server to the beginning of time, always use a radius.
    - The order of the <t:>, <p:>, and <r:> does not matter.

    Examples
    /co rollback r:20 t:24h - This would rollback everything in a 20 block radius that's happened in the past 24 hours.
    /co rollback p:Jonny123 t:78m - This would rollback everything "Jonny" has done in the past 78 minutes.
    /co rollback t:30s p:Notch r:2 - This would rollback everything Notch has done in 30 seconds within a 2 block radius.
     
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    What I do is:

    /co inspect, and look how much time ago it was. For example 1h26m ago by Honeydew

    What you do then is:
    /co rollback Honeydew t:1h26m r:20

    If the person deserves a ban:
    /co rollback Honeydew t:100h r:500 --> /ban Honeydew grief (hours and radius are optitional ofcourse)


    Well these are the co commands I mostly use, which you will probably use the most too.


    So if you roll someone back, longer than the house was built, the house will be rollbacked too
     
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