I just wanted to give a quick update to something that's been available for around a week now, yet hasn't been published - this is the release of our WorldEdit schematic transfers! Up until this point, our import / export features have been pretty broken, and we've required staff to manually sort out exporting & importing schematics.However, now, things have changed!
In order to use this feature, you are required to sign up to the website, and once you've accepted the validation email, head over to https://theburrow.net/user/creative_schematics - from there, you will be able to see the schematics you have saved on the server, and download these, in addition to being able to upload new schematics to the server. This way you will be able to export & share your builds, as well as import anything you started elsewhere / you found online that can contribute to your projects. Your site username will need to match your ingame name to work, so if your site username is your old Minecraft name, please let a staff member know so that we can get this sorted & the feature to work.
In order to save a schematic in game, use //schem save name, which will save your clipboard contents to a file. To load a schematic to clipboard to paste, use //schem load name - in order to see the names of all your schematic files, use //schem list.
If you notice any issues with this feature, then let me know & i'll attempt to fix it as soon as possible. Whilst it is in beta, there are no rate limits to the feature, however it is planned to be limited on a basis of your in game rank in around a month or so.
To load a schematic into a world, I'd suggest looking into MCEdit (client side) or WorldEdit (server side - you could locally host a server on your computer to load a downloaded file this way if desired).
I hope that you find some use to this feature, and are able to share your creations!
Need support quickly? Please email [email protected]