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Holographic Displays

Description

Plugin development end

This plugin was no longer being actively developed: it has been in maintanance-only mode to support the latest Minecraft version and to fix major bugs since April 2023.


The plugin will stop being maintained on 29/02/2024. 
It is advised to switch ASAP to any other similar plugin that is being actively developed, such as Decent Holograms

 

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Basic tutorial Documentation FAQ Source Code Developer API

 

Features

  • Create futuristic holograms to display text and items to players!
  • Compatible with Spigot 1.8 to 1.20.
  • Fast and easy to use.
  • Cool animated {rainbow} color.
  • Multiple placeholders with support for PlaceholderAPI.
  • Command to render images as text holograms.
  • Customizable animations.
  • Simple API for developers.

 

Preview

Preview

 

Development builds

Development builds of this project can be acquired at the provided continuous integration server.
These builds have not been approved by the BukkitDev staff and may contain major bugs. Use them at your own risk.

https://ci.codemc.io/job/filoghost/job/HolographicDisplays

 

Plugins using Holographic Displays

Touchscreen Holograms Holographic Extension Holographic Placeholders
HoloInfo CombatIndicator SpeechBubbles Reloaded
Holographic Scoreboard HoloPlots ASkyBlock Holostats
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Minecraft limitations

  • Text inside holograms is always facing the player.
  • Holograms are always visible through walls.
  • Text size cannot be changed. You can make it bold and uppercase to make it look bigger.
  • Floating items inside holograms will constantly rotate and bob up and down.

 

Credits

 

Converting from other plugins

If you're using the plugin Holograms you can use this converter to import the database (credits to saxon12).

 

 

Comments section

Comments are enabled just for interacting with other users, you will not receive any official answers. To report bugs please check the FAQ and then, if the problem isn't solved, open a new issue on the issue tracker (on GitHub).