# This option can also be:
# open_requirement
# left_click_requirement
# right_click_requirement
# You can define multiple requirements.
# Each requiremnt needs a unique name.
# This can only be defined in open and
# left/right_click_requirement
- '[player] COMMAND'
- '[console] COMMAND'
- '[commandevent] COMMAND'
- '[message] TEXT'
- '[openguimenu] MenuName'
- '[connect] ServerName'
- '[json] {"text":"message"}'
- '[refresh]'
- '[broadcastsound] SOUND'
- '[sound] SOUND'
- '[takemoney] #'

Requirements allow you to restrict certain actions or even a entire menu and only allow certain players to see and/or use the menu.

It depends completely on what type of requirement you use:

  • open_requirement defines requirements to open the menu.

  • view_requirement are requirements for seeing an item.

  • right_click_requirement is for when clicking an item. (To allow the execution of commands)

  • left_click_requirement is the same as right_click_requirement but for left clicking an item.

You can define multiple requirements under requirements: If even just one requirement isn't met, then the entire check returns false and denies view of the menu/item or execution of the command(s).

Placeholders can be used in the requirements


Has permission

type: has permission
permission: 'TEXT'

Checks if the player has the required permission.

Has money

type: has money
amount: #

Checks if the player has enough money (Vault required)

Has item

type: has item
material: 'TEXT'
data: #
amount: #
name: 'TEXT'
- 'TEXT'

Checks if the player has a certain item in its inventory.


type: javascript
expression: 'EXPRESSION'

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

String equals

type: string equals
input: 'TEXT'
output: 'TEXT'

Checks if input: matches output: exactly (Including case).

String equals ignore case

type: string equals ignorecase
input: 'TEXT'
output: 'TEXT'

Same as String Equals but ignores the case.

String contains

type: string contains
input: '%player_name%'
output: 'A'

Checks if input: contains output:. For example: Checks if This is a text contains is.


type: (==, >=, <=, !=, >, <)
input: #
output: #

Compares input: with output: and returns true or false depending on what type of comparason you choosed.

Available options




input: is equal as output:


input: is equal or higher than output:


input: is equal or smaller than output:


input: is NOT equal to output: (Is higher or lower)


input: is higher than output:


input: is lower than output: