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  1. You can’t. You need to actually port forward.
  2. https://f.classicube.net/search/?q=how to make a server&quick=1&type=forums_topic&nodes=3
  3. This is a problem with your touchpad drivers and not something classicube does. the feature causing this is usually called palm rejection and the easiest way of working around it is buying a $5 external mouse from goodwill and not using your touchpad
  4. AndrewPH

    Help pls

    Use your old thread:
  5. It's not a matter of us flipping a switch. The game itself assumes that names will never ever change, and because of that the servers have no way of asking if a user has changed their names.
  6. ClassiCube does not have "survival test" mode. A good solution to get the actual minecraft survival experience is to play minecraft and not a game that specifically replicates a version of classic that doesn't have survival features.
  7. probably because it's a massive security risk and shouldn't be used unless you 100% understand the implications, and almost nobody who uses a server host will understand. you need to use the most up-to-date direct connect information from cc.net, as the server salt likely changed and the old mppass won't work for you because of that.
  8. How much are you paying?
  9. Whitelisting isn't based on tld, rather the email host at a domain/subdomain level. I won't be adding all ".de" domains to the whitelist, for example. Most regional versions of popular hosts are added but as you found, some of the lesser used regional versions are not. Next time I'm poking around the code I'll add it to the list.
  10. This Wikipedia article explains the concept of a nightly build https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daily_build
  11. while I'm not a huge fan of email whitelists, the vast majority of legitimate people use a small number of email hosts and thus it's easier to whitelist legit hosts rather than blacklist bad actors. protonmail has been requested a few times, I just haven't had the time to add it to the list yet. What hostnames does it provide for users? pm.me and protonmail.com?
  12. Classicube will experience regular dips and hills in traffic due to the demographic that plays it (primarily schoolkids who play during the school year) and paid advertising won't reach those people during their off-season. I make enough money off classicube to keep it running- not really enough to put any non-negligible effort into advertisements and the like. If you want classicube to grow, you need to tell your friends, and tell them to tell people. Paid advertisements can only do so much on their own. Edit: as an addendum, just so you're aware, around 0% of the direct revenue comes from chromebook players. they usually don't have an income and thus can't contribute to the patreon, and don't have a steam account and thus can't purchase the game on steam. they may lead indirect revenue by virtue of increasing the playerbase and visibility, but directly they barely, if at all, contribute.
  13. perhaps you shouldn't be running a server
  14. ClassiCube existed long before classic.minecraft.net. The name is a combination of "Classic" and "Cube", as it is a recreation and continuation of Minecraft Classic from 2009/2010. It was chosen primarily because of the classy cube mockup (the current logo, the cube with a top hat on one side) that Allie made that I thought was hilarious in combination with the name. I'm surprised more people haven't noticed the connection.
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