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World Edit Undo Player Activity?

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created 02/26/2015 10:03 am by EdFi
last reply 02/26/2015 5:14 pm
A year ago I were able to undo things a specific player, or (as I remember it) even undo things that happened in a specific time. For example, if (I'll use Notch to make this easier) Notch has griefed a building and I want to restore it, not re-create it, what shall I type? If someone (I don't know who) has griefed another build, what shall I type?

What is the commands you shall use when you want to undo something a SPECIFIC PLAYER had done, and what is the command to undo something that happened, for example, 5 minutes ago?

I know I've used these before, but now I've forgotten them. I don't know if it's only possible to fix something that has been done using World Edit or if you can undo something an ordinary player has built. I've tried to google this but it's been useless...
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Level 6 : Apprentice Explorer

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02/26/2015 5:14 pm
Level 6 : Apprentice Explorer
Now when you mention it, it feels as if I used core protect instead to fix it. Thanks
02/26/2015 10:57 am
Level 6 : Apprentice Narwhal
I have been using world edit for a solid amount of time and I can't think of anything that is able to undo player actions. I do recommend the plugin "Core Protect." It is able to undo player actions and I think it would help with future problems like this for you. It even works with world edit and can rollback certain players in a world edit selected area. It will not help undo things that have been done before installing the plugin.

Hope this helps!

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