Shows your Bed Wars stats of the day on the screen (Exp, Wins, Final Kills). Gets reset every day. Left click to drag'n'drop anywhere on the screen. Right click to change the colors. Type "/bwdailystats" to get started.
Automatically opens the delivery man menu when you log in to the Hypixel Network for the first time of the day.
This does not automatically claim the daily rewards, it merely opens the delivery man menu.
If you spawn outside of a lobby, the mod will execute itself the next time you join a lobby (If it's the first time of the day you connect to Hypixel and that you aren't spending sleepless nights playing, it is unlikely to happen)
The source code is well-documented and has lots of comments (perhaps too much)
Automatically messages someone back when you've been AFK for 2-6 mins This is a fork of xMdb's "AmAFK" module : https://www.chattriggers.com/modules/AmAFK
What's the difference? You need to manually enter "/afk" every time you go away in order for xMdb's module to work whereas in this case, you're automatically set in "AFK status" if you haven't been moving nor typing chat messages for 3 minutes.
The same story goes for toggling the "AFK status" off : xMdb's module requires you to re-type the command (which you may forget to do when you come back to your keyboard) whereas IdleAFK automatically turns off as soon as you move an inch or type something in chat
What's the automatic message being sent? "Sorry but I'm currently AFK! (This is an automated message)" To change it, go to \.minecraft\config\ChatTriggers\modules\IdleAFK\idleAFKmessage.txt and open the idleAFKmessage.txt file using your preferred text editor; Type in your desired message (watch out for character limit! don't make your message too long), save the file and type "/ct reload" in-game to apply changes.
Automatically messages someone back with either of 2 predefined messages (to circumvent the anti-spam filter, there is a 50/50 chance of auto-replying with message1 or message2) while you're busy playing TNT/PVP Run. (Thanks to xMdb for his 'AmAFK' module, to Matt and to IconPippi who helped me on the ct discord)