The web configuration manager seems to be a bit finicky at the moment. However, you can do this manually via the world-settings.json located inside the world folder.
Here is how to do this:
1. Generate your world with EWG or with Multiverse (/mv create <worldname> normal -g EpicWorldGenerator). Then, if you use Multiverse use /mv remove <worldname>. This will remove it from the database entry for this world but will NOT delete the world files. If you do not use Multiverse, turn off your server for this process.
2. Connect to your server via FTP and navigate to the world folder you created.
3. Delete everything in the folder EXCEPT the settings folder. If you do not see a settings folder then EWG is not active in this world and you have another set of problems.
4. In the settings folder open and edit world-settings.json (I recommend using Notepad++ to edit.)
5. On line 26 you should see "flatAreas". You can modify the values below to change the default flat area.
6. Below is an example of what multiple flat areas will look like. Please note that on the last flat area, you MUST remove the comma after the last }. If you don't the json file will not function and the server will crash when loading the world.
- Once you have finished editing your code, save it and upload it back to the server.
- Now, if you use Multiverse you can use /mv import <worldname> normal -g EpicWorldGenerator to load the new world. Otherwise restart.
If your server crashes upon loading the world, check your syntax for the code you added. If you still have issues, feel free to upload your world-settings.json to Pastebin and send it to me and I will have a look at it when I get a chance.
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