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Here is a useful guide to expand a residence The first step to expanding an existing residence is to select the entire residence into our selection “clipboard.” Every residence has at least one area. By default, that area is called “main” and occupies the entire residence. To select the entire residence, you need to select that area. Replace the word ...


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The problem is that Multiverse overrides PermissionsEx prefixes. If you look into Multiverse's config there should be an option to disable it's prefixes.


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Assuming your Bukkit plugins don't interfere with vanilla commands (and if one does, go and hit the plugin dev with oak wood planks), your problem is most likely a misunderstanding of the target selector arguments. There are two target selector arguments for every scoreboard objective: score_NAME=X and score_NAME_min=X, where NAME is the name of the ...


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The command you listed above is an accurate command. There may be something wrong with your computer, or you typed in something wrong. Remember to hook the command block up to a repeating circuit. A possible solution for you is the command /testfor @a[score_scoreboard=1,score_anotherscoreboard=3] placed in a command block connected to a repeating circuit, ...


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That is correct, but it has little to do with bukkit servers since /tp and scoreboards are available in vanilla and singleplayer


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First you need to close the display:{} tag then remove the extra comma. So it should look like this: /clear @p gold_ingot 1 0 {display:{Name:"Stamped Gold Bar",Lore:["One Gold Bar","Stamped on site at Acacia Mint"]},ench:[{id:34,lvl:1}]}} This will most likely work, I'm not sure though.



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