Requirements
Everything about DeluxeMenus requirements!
IMPORTANT! left/right/shift_left/shift_right/middle click requirements won't work unless you also have their respective click commands. This is true even if you have set the success_commands option

Syntax

# Other available requirement types:
# open_requirement:
# view_requirement:
# left_click_requirement:
# right_click_requirement:
# shift_left_click_requirement:
# shift_right_click_requirement:
click_requirement:
# Minimum requirements are optional.
# If they are not set, then all
# requirements will be needed for the
# click commands to be executed.
# In this example, only one of the
# requirements will be needed.
minimum_requirements: 1
# This option is good for when you use minimum_requirements.
# Instead of the plugin checking all the requirements,
# it will stop when it has enough.
stop_at_success: true
requirements:
# You can define multiple requirements.
# Each requiremnt should have a unique name.
requirement_name:
type: TYPE
# These commands will be exeucted if
# the requirement they're set for is
# met even if the others are not.
# You should be careful and not confuse
# these with click_commands: !!!
success_commands:
- "[ACTIONTYPE] ACTION"
- "[ACTIONTYPE] ACTION"
# These commands will be executed if
# the requirement they're set for is
# not met even if the others are.
deny_commands:
- "[ACTIONTYPE] ACTION"
- "[ACTIONTYPE] ACTION"
# This option is only required if you
# want ot use minimum_requirements:
# Minimum requirements will only work
# for the optional requirements
optional: true
# This can only be defined for open and
# left/right click requirement
deny_commands:
- "[ACTIONTYPE] ACTION"
- "[ACTIONTYPE] ACTION"
Requirements allow you to restrict certain actions or even an entire menu and only allow certain players to see and/or use the menu.

Requirements

Type
Description
Defines the requirements to open the menu.
Defines the requirements to see an item in the menu.
Defines the requirements to (shift) left/right click an item.
  • Placeholders and arguments can be used in the requirements.
  • If you set multiple requirements, all of them should be met (Use JavaScript type or minimum_requirements to add optional requirements).

Requirement types

When inverting requirements, make sure you put the type in quotation marks. This is because "!" is a special symbol in YAML so it will break the syntax.
ex: type: "!has permission"

Has permission

type: has permission
permission: TEXT
Checks if the player has the specified permission.
To invert the requirement (Check if the player doesn't have the permission) you can simply add the exclamation mark before the type name (like this type: "!has permission").

Has money

type: has money
amount: #
Checks if the player has the specified amount of money (Vault is required).
To invert the requirement (Check if the player doesn't have the amount of money) you can simply add the exclamation mark before the type name (like this type: "!has money").
To use a placeholder as a value for the amount, replace the amount: field with placeholder:.

Has Item

type: has item
# material option supports material names, placeholders and arguments.
material: "TEXT"
data: #
# represents the CustomModelData the item should have.
modeldata: #
amount: #
name: "TEXT"
# lore can also be one single string: lore: "TEXT"
lore:
- "TEXT"
# if this is enabled then the plugin will look for items that contain the value
# set at the option "name" in their name and not for the exact value
name_contains: boolean
# if this option is enabled then the plugin will check for the item name,
# without caring about the case.
name_ignorecase: boolean
# if this is enabled then the plugin will look for items that contain the value
# set at the option "lore" in their lore and not for the exact value
lore_contains: boolean
# if this option is enabled then the plugin will check for the item lore,
# without caring about the case.
name_ignorecase: boolean
# if this option is enabled, the plugin will consider only the items that
# have no custom model data, no display name and no lore.
strict: boolean
# decides if the plugin should also check the armor slots of the player when
# looking for items
armor: boolean
# decides if the plugin should also check the off hand of the player when
# looking for items
offhand: boolean
Required fields:
  • Material
Checks if the player has the specified item in the inventory.
To invert the requirement (Check if the player doesn't have the item) you can simply add the exclamation mark before the type name (like this type: "!has item").

Has Meta

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type: has meta
key: "TEXT"
meta_type: <STRING, BOOLEAN, DOUBLE, LONG, INTEGER>
value: EXPECTED VALUE
Required fields:
  • key
  • meta_type
  • value
Checks if the player has the specified meta.
If the meta_type is a number format (DOUBLE, LONG, INTEGER) it will check if the player's meta value is greater than or equal to the value
To invert the requirement (Check if the input doesn't match the output) you can simply add the exclamation mark before the type name (like this type: "!has meta").

Has Exp

type: has exp
amount: #
level: boolean # true if you want to check for exp levels, false for exp points
Required fields:
  • amount
Checks if the player has the exp level or points.
If the level option does not exist, it will check for exp points by default
To invert the requirement (Check if the input doesn't match the output) you can simply add the exclamation mark before the type name (like this type: "!has exp").

Is Near

type: is near
location: "WORLDNAME,X,Y,Z"
distance: #
Required fields:
  • location
  • distance
Checks if the player is within distance of location.
To invert the requirement (Check if the input doesn't match the output) you can simply add the exclamation mark before the type name (like this type: "!is near").

JavaScript

type: javascript
expression: 'EXPRESSION'
Example:
type: javascript
expression: '%vault_eco_balance% >= 100'
Evaluates a JavaScript expression that must return true or false.

String Equals

type: string equals
input: "TEXT"
output: "TEXT"
Example:
type: string equals
input: "%server_name%"
output: "HelpChat"
Checks if input: matches output: (Case sensitive).
To invert the requirement (Check if the input doesn't match the output) you can simply add the exclamation mark before the type name (like this type: "!string equals").

String Equals Ignore Case

type: string equals ignorecase
input: "TEXT"
output: "TEXT"
Example:
type: string equals ignorecase
input: "%server_name%"
output: "helpchat"
Checks if input: matches output: (Case insensitive).
To invert the requirement (Check if the input doesn't match the output) you can simply add the exclamation mark before the type name (like this type: "!string equals ignorecase").

String Contains

type: string contains
input: "TEXT"
output: "TEXT"
Example:
type: string contains
input: "%server_name%"
output: "chat"
Checks if input: contains output: (Case sensitive).
To invert the requirement (Check if the input doesn't contain the output) you can simply add the exclamation mark before the type name (like this type: "!string contains").

Regex matches

type: regex matches
input: "TEXT"
regex: "EXPRESSION"
Checks if input: contains the regular expression in regex:. Visit this site to create regular expressions easily.
To invert the requirement (Check if the input doesn't contain the regular expression) you can simply add the exclamation mark before the type name (like this type: "!regex matches").

Comparators

type: (==, >=, <=, !=, >, <)
input: #
output: #
Compares input: with output:.
Now both the input and the output support floating point values.

Available options

Comparator
Description
==
input: equals to output:
>=
input: greater than or equals to output:
<=
input: less than or equals to output:
!=
input: not equals to output:
>
input: greater than output:
<
input: less than output:

Examples

Open Requirement

open_requirement:
requirements:
example_1:
type: has permission
permission: open.menu.one
deny_commands:
- "[message] &cYou don't have the permission."

View Requirement

view_requirement:
requirements:
example_2:
type: string equals
input: "%player_is_op%"
output: "yes"

Left/Right Click Requirement

# left_click_requirement: or
right_click_requirement:
requirements:
example_3:
type: has money
amount: 100
deny_commands:
- "[message] &7You don't have enough money."

Minimum Requirements

click_requirement:
minimum_requirements: 1
stop_at_success: true
deny_commands:
- "[message] &7You don't have 1 of the 2 permissions required."
requirements:
perm1:
type: has permission
permission: perm.1
perm2:
type: has permission
permission: perm.2
click_commands:
- "[message] &7You have 1 of the 2 permissions required."
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Syntax
Requirements
Requirement types
Has permission
Has money
Has Item
Has Meta
Has Exp
Is Near
JavaScript
String Equals
String Equals Ignore Case
String Contains
Regex matches
Comparators
Examples
Open Requirement
View Requirement
Left/Right Click Requirement
Minimum Requirements