I have read the already suggested residence flags, and found neither of these.grow and/or spreadThe main purpose of these flags would be to allow players to utilize their plants at a certain points in time to maximize the variety of use of vegetation in player builds.Have you ever tried to use vines in a way where they hang from an island, or off the side of your house, but they just keep growing? If you place vines on a wall, you will notice that they not only grow downwards, but they also spread to the sides and keep on spreading. In my experience, this never-ending spreading has made it very difficult to utilize vines.This wouldn't be intended only for vines, but for items such as mycelium and mushrooms. This would also apply to grass, though, with the introduction of coarse dirt it is no longer needed.Saplings would also be a major factor in this flag as the only way to keep the sapling from growing is to either put it in a clay pot or limit the blocks above the sapling. This would allow gardens to have a more diverse selection of vegetation and give more character to them! #gogreenuse: pressureplate (sub-flag for the use flag) I'm not sure how plausible this would be to implement, but the idea would be to limit players' ability to affect pressure plates through player-interaction. Perhaps it would not to be to limit the players' ability to affect them, but rather to send a signal from them?To break this down; when you step on a pressure plate, two things happen:the pressure plate is compressedredstone 'signal' is sent to all nearby blocksDue to my build's close proximity to town spawn, I consistently have players running and jumping around on my plot, as is the norm on EMC. Said players consistently step on my pressure plates—whether on purpose or accidental— that are located near trapdoors and other blocks that can be affected by them.What do you think of this?If I worded something odd, or you feel it needs better explanation, please ask.