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I watched this video by Etho: Etho's Mini Farm

And at 45s he picks a whole stack of items out of a chest, just by clicking on a single item. How does he do that?

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Same as what I've answered in another question. gaming.stackexchange.com/a/110415/38938 –  Alvin Wong Apr 3 '13 at 14:57

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same source as @rayfloyd's answer

Hovering over an item in an inventory and clicking with the mouse wheel when in creative gives the maximum stack of that item.

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Or whatever the "Pick Block" key has been set to. –  SevenSidedDie Apr 2 '13 at 20:16

Hover over an item, Shift-Click, then left click

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This answer doesn't seem to be any different from some of the existing answers. –  deutschZuid Jan 8 at 20:06

You can also hover over the item and press shift click. This is also used for moving things from your first line to inventory and to easily put armor on

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i just simply do shift+left-click and then go into creative inventory and do the same thing with the same item and it will fill the stack

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Left-Clicking whilst holding down left shift in survival mode also does this. I use this as I have a laptop. Laptop=touchpad=no mouse wheel.

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That just moves a full or partial stack to or from a container. It doesn't create a full stack from one item. –  SevenSidedDie Apr 4 '13 at 15:21
    
Imagine if it did and all of us didn't know there was a secret right under our keyboard. –  Timtech Aug 17 '13 at 19:43

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