Azumatt-AzuMapDetails icon


Mod that adds colorized map information to your minimap. Enemies and player buildings are colored based on your configurations. Ship icons on the map.

Last updated 3 months ago
Total downloads 52605
Total rating 15 
Categories Mods Tweaks Misc Server-side Client-side Utility Mistlands Update
Dependency string Azumatt-AzuMapDetails-1.0.3
Dependants 217 other packages depend on this package

This mod requires the following mods to function

denikson-BepInExPack_Valheim-5.4.2202 icon

BepInEx pack for Valheim. Preconfigured and includes unstripped Unity DLLs.

Preferred version: 5.4.2202


Server Sync Mod Template

Can be used to already have your project set up and ready to go with ServerSync and basic version checking. Please see the Original Repository if you have to update, or have further questions this template might not answer.

Thank you Blaxxun for ServerSync!


Bundling the dll

You need to ensure the dll is available to your mod.

Including the dll is best done via ILRepack ( You can load this package (ILRepack.Lib.MSBuild.Task) from NuGet.

Then create a file ILRepack.targets in your project folder. File content:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<Project xmlns="">
    <Target Name="ILRepacker" AfterTargets="Build">
            <InputAssemblies Include="$(TargetPath)" />
            <InputAssemblies Include="$(OutputPath)\ServerSync.dll" />
        <ILRepack Parallel="true" DebugInfo="true" Internalize="true" InputAssemblies="@(InputAssemblies)" OutputFile="$(TargetPath)" TargetKind="SameAsPrimaryAssembly" LibraryPath="$(OutputPath)" />

Using the ServerSync

Declare a variable:

ServerSync.ConfigSync configSync = new ServerSync.ConfigSync("my.mod.guid") { DisplayName = "My Mod Name", CurrentVersion = "1.2.3", MinimumRequiredVersion = "1.2.0" };

All of DisplayName, CurrentVersion and MinimumRequiredVersion are optional. If CurrentVersion is specified, then the user will see a warning in their BepInEx log if the server version does not match the client version. If also MinimumRequiredVersion is specified and the client has an older version than the servers MinimumRequiredVersion, the client will be immediately disconnected and see an error message, explaining why. To display a friendly name for your mod in the error messages, specify DisplayName, otherwise the primary identifier will be used. Also note that the primary identifier (I propose using the GUID, "my.mod.guid") should never be changed (changing it will break backwards compatibility completely).

There are two public methods on the ServerSync.ConfigSync class:

  • AddConfigEntry<T>(ConfigEntry<T> configEntry)

    Registers a BepInEx ConfigEntry to be synchronized.

  • AddLockingConfigEntry<T>(ConfigEntry<T> lockingConfig) where T : IConvertible

    Registers a BepInEx ConfigEntry to be synchronized, whose value determines whether the config is locked. If the value is zero when converted to integer, the config is not locked. Otherwise it is locked. This method must be called at most once. If not called at all, the config will never be locked.

Useful properties:

  • static bool ProcessingServerUpdate

    The mod is receiving and applying configs from the server. Used internally to avoid config writing loops.

  • bool IsSourceOfTruth

    Whether the local config is currently being used. False if a remote config is currently applied.

Additionally, there is a class ServerSync.CustomSyncedValue<T>(ConfigSync, string Identifier, T value = default) to synchronize arbitrary data (more precisely: all data which Valheims native serialization supports). This class registers itself to the passed ConfigSync instance upon instantiation. It provides a Value property and a ValueChanged event handler. The Identifier must be unique for the given ConfigSync instance.

Handy config function

To avoid manually adding each config entry to the ConfigSync instance, I propose to add a simple wrapper config() (with the same signature as Config.Bind()) to your UnityBasePlugin class:

ConfigEntry<T> config<T>(string group, string name, T value, ConfigDescription description, bool synchronizedSetting = true)
    ConfigEntry<T> configEntry = Config.Bind(group, name, value, description);

    SyncedConfigEntry<T> syncedConfigEntry = configSync.AddConfigEntry(configEntry);
    syncedConfigEntry.SynchronizedConfig = synchronizedSetting;

    return configEntry;

ConfigEntry<T> config<T>(string group, string name, T value, string description, bool synchronizedSetting = true) => config(group, name, value, new ConfigDescription(description), synchronizedSetting);