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Starting from version 2.0, CommandBook has a system of components that splits the plugin into modules that can be easily enabled and disabled. While before the CommandBook customizer only disabled commands, the component system allows entirely disabling parts of the plugin.
|Component||Description||Configuration alias||Enabled by default||Class file|
|Freeze||Blocks a specified player's movement on command||freeze||True||com.sk89q.commandbook.FreezeComponent|
|God||God mode support||god||True||com.sk89q.commandbook.GodComponent|
|Name Verification||This component verifies that player names are valid when they join.||name-verification||True||com.sk89q.commandbook.NameVerificationComponent|
|Thor||Thor's hammer and other lightning effects.||thor||True||com.sk89q.commandbook.ThorComponent|
|Time Control||Commands to manage and lock time for a world.||time||True||com.sk89q.commandbook.time.TimeComponent|
The configuration alias is the name used for a component in the configuration's list of enabled and disabled components
Each component can be enabled or disabled in the configuration under the components section. Components added to the disabled list will be automatically removed from the enabled list, but components added to the enabled list have to be removed from the disabled list manually. Each component included in CommandBook that has configuration options stores the configuration options in a subsection of the
component: section of CommandBook's main config.yml.