All containers such as chests, furnaces,
brewing stands, and so on are auto-locked on placement. This means that
only you can open your placed containers. Other objects such as doors
and stone buttons can be locked, but are not locked on placement.
commands that modify a protection must be typed before clicking each
protection. For example, if there are two chests that you want to remove
the protection from, these are your actions: 1. Type /cremove 2. Click chest 1 3. Type /cremove again 4. Click chest 2
/lwc - Lists all the commands for LWC
/cinfo - Shows information about a protection such as who owns it
/cprivate /lock - Locks the container/object
/cremove - Removes the protection
/cmodify <username> - Adds the username to the protection. Can be used to add multiple usernames at once. Example: /cmodify username1 username2 username3
/cmodify -<username> - Removes the username from a protection
/cpublic - Makes a protection public so that players can access the container/object
/cdonation - Makes it so players can only put items in the container, but not take items out
/cpassword <password> - Makes a password-protected protection. Players must enter a password to access the container/object.
/cunlock <password> - Unlocks a password-protected protection
Makes it so you don't have to keep typing a protection command before
clicking on each containers/object. Useful if you want to make changes
to a large chest room.
By default, hoppers do not transfer items. To enable hopper item transfer you must type /chopper on before you click on each container.
example, if you want to turn on item transfer from chest 1 that is on
top of a hopper and chest 2 that is below the hopper, these are your
actions: 1. Type /chopper on 2. Click chest 1 3. Type /chopper on again 4. Click hopper 5. Type /chopper on again 6. Click chest 2