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Experimental AccidentCaps 0.0.1

A simple plugin to fix accendently hitted CAPS key inputs

  1. thebigsmileXD
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    AccidentCaps - A simple plugin to fix accendently hitted CAPS key inputs

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    Hi, plugin would be great but there is a problem. As many of my users have capitals in their password I had to remove it as many people could not log in to my server.
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    Yes. This plugin need to be more configurable.
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    So there are some bugs with case switching? i know that the 3 doesn't work xD
    I'll add a config to set the allowed caps limit, and i may change it so numbers won't get changed anymore.
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    what if "/LOGIN PA%%W=RD" was your pass so that mean he cant login 4 ever?
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    Why should you write "login" in caps?
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    Also, the password is "PA%%W=RD", not "/LOGIN PA%%W=RD"
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    but you enter "/LOGIN PA%%W=RD"
    why?
    is it wrong?
    are you against people typing /login in caps?
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    I am not against it, but thats your fault if you can't login then.
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    That's why this plugin is experimental :p
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    No offence, you've said there aren't better ways to keep the code clean which is 100% wrong. Many plugin developers like @ProjectInfinity and us like to keep our codes clean. For starters, you could have just set the messages earlier and then used them as variables in the code. This would have cleaned the code.
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    ..

    "For starters"
    You don't know for how long i code?
    I code since i was nine, and i code PM plugins since almost 1 year.

    Set the messages earlier and you can't revert the case -.-"
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    For some reasons, I don't think it's important to keep code clean :p
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    PM is already messed up enough, right xD
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    Hi,

    What do you mean you can't reverse the case?

    Having a cleaner code causes less packets to load up, thus, less lag. You should know that as a plugin developer.
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    How does more code cause more packets to be 'loaded' up? Last time I checked packets were constructed, witten to, compressed then sent to the client. As a plugin developer you should know this.
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    Hi,

    I didn't say more code causes more packets to load.

    I said, "cleaner" code causes less packets to load. Read, then reply.
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    That's an even stupider theory, take this for example:
    PHP:
    $true true;
    if ( 
    $true === true 
        {
            
    //do something 
        
    }
    //and
    if($true) {
        
    //do something
    }
    They both send the same amount of packets, 0. You my friend, as a plugin developer should know this.
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    You
    It's clearly what your implying, I could have the messiest code in the world, there would be unneeded code for sure but it isn't going to effect how many packets are sent.
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