This update fixes compatibility with the latest Minecraft 1.5.1 for both the Pro and the Free versions. Note you will need Bukkit 1.5.1 builds as well as SpoutPlugin and SpoutCraft builds for 1.5.1 as well.
In the Pro version, the World Range Jukebox will only play for players in the same world as the jukebox.
In this release of JukeIt, no longer are your discs listed in the creative inventory. I’ve revamped the entire disc system! Also many fixes to the repeater chip and just improvements all around.
With this release, JukeIt will now cost $5, instead of the original name-your-price option, but if you don’t want to purchase just yet you can instead grab the now official Free version of JukeIt. And as always, if you’ve already purchased, your existing download link will work to download the latest version.
JukeIt 2.2.0 (formerly JukeBukkit) is now available. This update boasts a name change, and looping music with the new Repeater Chip
If you have already purchased JukeBukkit 2.1.0, fret not. You can re-use the download link you have received to download the latest JukeIt 2.2.0. Make sure to read over the Upgrade Instructions if you are migrating over from JukeBukkit 2.1.0.
Full Change Log
Name Changed to JukeIt
Record Player Indicator Light now reflects whether the Record Player is receiving redstone power.
Added new block: Repeater Chip (with GUI) – For music looping.
Added a GUI for the Record Player.
Added console only command playjuke.
Fixed some NPE’s.
Fixed project resource character encoding to UTF-8.
Fixed Speaker Wire Placement errors when placing next to other custom blocks.
Changed Speaker Wire Base Block.
Changed commands to load last, hopefully working better with Dynmap.
Changed the way db tables are created.
Changed the disc scratch sound effect to not play when powering up with redstone.
Changed all permission nodes from jukebukkit to jukeit