These are a few commonly asked questions and their answers. You can use the bar on the right to skip to your question.
ajLeaderboards will show offline players!
ajLeaderboards only adds players to the leaderboard once they've joined at least once since setting up the leaderboard. That means that players will have to join once after you set up the leaderboard in order to show up on it. Once they are added to the leaderboard, they will stay on the leaderboard (even if they leave) unless you manually remove them.
You can attempt to add players manually using
/ajlb update <board> <player>, but not all plugins support this. If it doesn't work, you should ask the developer of the plugin that has the placeholder to add support for offline player placeholders.
ajLeaderboards can display the player's prefix on the leaderboard even when they are offline.
I've added signs, but they just say
board not found!#
Make sure you typed the board name correctly. It should tab complete in the command, so double check with that and also in
If the placeholder you are trying to use does not show up in either of those, please follow the setup guide
This is a common issue if you use HolographicDisplays.
You need to install HolographicExtension and ProtocolLib. If you are missing one of these plugins, placeholderapi placeholders will not work on holograms.
You can also skip HolographicExtension if you use HolographicDisplays v3.0.0 or newer. (you will still need ProtocolLib)
If you are using a different hologram plugin, check that plugin's plugin page and wiki for how to use placeholderapi placeholders.
If you are using head blocks, this is a fairly common issue. The way the spigot api works, there is no way to make heads not laggy without very careful nms code, which would require an update for every minecraft version. An alternative to head blocks is to use heads on armor stands, which should not cause lag.
Make sure you read where it says ⚠️Important⚠️ in step 1 in the setup guide
This is most likely because they have the
ajleaderboards.dontupdate.<board> permission. This permission is given to OPs and people with the
* permission by default.
To fix this, simply negate the permission.
For example, to negate the permission if youre using LuckPerms, use this command:
/luckperms user <username> permission set ajleaderboards.dontupdate.* false