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Minecraft Java world type field adding an extra character to the server properties

  • Last Post 18 February 2021
bathsalts posted this 18 February 2021

OS Name/Version: Ubuntu 18.04.4 LTS Product Name/Version: AMP v2.1.0.6 Minecraft Java Instance

Problem Description: attempting to set "world type' option in config to "skyblock:skyblock-type" causes an extra character to generate in the server settings config file: "skyblock\:skyblock-type"

Steps to reproduce:

Step 1 Create new minecraft java instance and set world type to skyblock:skyblock-type Step 2 start instance and connect a user to the world to make sure the world fully generates Step 3 check file in amp/.ampdata/instances/INSTANCENAME/Minecraft and line "level-type=" should read: "level-type=skyblock:skyblock-type" instead reads: "level-type=skyblock\:skyblock-type" Actions taken to resolve so far: manually edited file, revered after server reboot. left world type blank and manually edited file, reverted to blank after server reboot.

Thank you for your time.

Mike posted this 18 February 2021

That's not AMP doing that, it's the actual minecraft server itself. It seems to try and escape it once it starts.