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There are only two of these blocks that I know of: All-bark log, and the 6-sided piston head you mentioned. The logs are minecraft:log with a data value of 3 in 0x4 and 0x8 bit, that is, add 12 to the normal data value of the log to get all-bark. setblock ~1 ~ ~ minecraft:log 13 The piston wiki entry is strange, it talks about 0x0 through 0x7, which is ...


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Simply use Shift and the arrow keys to select the command. Then use Ctrl+C to copy the command and Ctrl+V to paste it in the new command block. On a Mac, use Cmd instead of Ctrl.


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Yes, it is possible. The .jar files can still be downloaded and can be found over on the Minecraft Wiki (Working links). To install them on your client, you will need to open up the .zip archive for whichever version you downloaded and copy the minecraft.jar file. After that, navigate into your .minecraft folder and go into the versions directory. Make a ...


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The format for your command is off, and you're trying to combine two commands in one. First you try to detect certain items in the chest, then you suddenly switch to trying to detect a player holding a certain item. I'll explain the parts of the command in order for detecting a chest with certain items. You first need to start off your command with ...


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Do /summon Skeleton ~ ~ ~ {SkeletonType:1, CustomName:"namehere", CustomNameVisible:1} This will summon a Wither Skeleton right at your feet. Put this in a command block if it's too long for the chat. Replace namehere with whatever name you want.


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The /scoreboard command allows you to perform operations with player's scores. To make it so that test3 = test + test2 for all online players, do something like this: execute @a ~ ~ ~ scoreboard players operation @p test3 = @p test execute @a ~ ~ ~ scoreboard players operation @p test3 += @p test2 That makes everyone set their test3 score to their test1 ...


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Sometimes, a world has a different world name than that of its in-game name. You can see the folder name of any world by looking at the name next to the date. As you can see in this picture, the title of the world is different to its folder name, which can be found next to the red arrow. Simply look in the 'saves' folder for the folder name of your ...


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Your command does not work as supplying a x, y and z modifier only changes the location of which the command block detects from. If you'd like to detect for a player at that location, add the r (radius) modifier to your selector. By default, the radius (if one is not specified) is infinite (also called 'none'). You'll want to use: /testfor ...


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A workaround for this would be to use the Tag feature added in the 1.9 snapshots. /scoreboard players tag @e[type=Item] add (tagname) {Item:{tag:{display:{Name:customname}}}} This item is now marked with you tagname and you can use /execute @e[type=Item,tag=tagname] ~ ~ ~ /setblock ~ ~ ~ minecraft:stone If you cannot use the 1.9 snapshots, you can do the ...


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So on Bukkit, you can do & and then put a letter / number to make things colored, but I found this list: \u00A70 - BLACK \u00A71 - DARK BLUE \u00A72 - DARK GREEN \u00A73 - DARK AQUA \u00A74 - DARK RED \u00A75 - DARK PURPLE \u00A76 - GOLD \u00A77 - GRAY \u00A78 - DARK GRAY \u00A79 - INDIGO \u00A7a - GREEN \u00A7b - AQUA \u00A7c - RED \u00A7d - PINK ...


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You can't put JSON text formatting in entity names (nor in things like item names/lore). Instead, you should use the section symbol, "§", and a formatting code. E.G: §c before the name for red, §l before the name for bold. You can't paste or type § directly into chat, though. Instead, you'll need to use a server console (or RCON), or an external tool such ...


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Setup: /scoreboard objective add Marker dummy Clock (20tps): /scoreboard players set @e[type=Item] Marker 0 /execute @e[type=Villager,name=miner] ~ ~ ~ scoreboard players set @e[type=Item,r=1] Marker 1 /tp @e[type=Item,score_Marker_min=1] <X> <Y> <Z>


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If your using the game center feature of Windows 10, you take screenshots by pressing the Win + Alt + PrtScn. (Windows Key + Alt + Print Screen) You will find the screenshots in your Videos folder, in a sub-folder named Captures. This is the same place game recordings will be placed, as well. User > Videos > Captures or: C:\Users\[Your ...


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This is likely a networking issue with your home network. Verify that your name servers are correct, and that your IP matches the subnet of the gateway for your router. If your IP address of your computer is 192.168.1.100, for example, your gateway is likely 192.168.1.1. Sometimes this can happen if your DNS hosts aren't correct as well. I had this happen ...


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Allow me to first offer you a way to find a solution faster. Take the first line of the crash dump and google search it. Then dig. I found this: This issue is most commonly caused by a broken installation of Avast! free edition Anti-virus software. A reinstallation of Avast! and a reboot usually fixes it. McAfee anti-virus software (and ...


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Your command blocks are placed in the wrong order in the world. When multiple command blocks are powered at the same time, they are executed in the direction of +X, +Y and +Z. It is very likely that your line of redstone "points" in the -X or -Z direction, thus making the game run the commands in reverse order: /execute @e[score_Holding_min=1] ~ ~ ~ ...


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I actually found a solution that works for me, specifically. The More Commands mod includes the /ignorespawn command, which prevents mobs from ever spawning. They will still appear in spawners, but only the little model shows; they don't actually spawn. The model spins, and periodically the spawner flashes, but no spiders. I still need to ask my friend, but ...


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Item entities doesn't have a data tag, for different metadata use the Damage tag. /summon Item 8 58 -1005 {Item:{id:sapling,Count:1,Damage:5},PickupDelay:10000,Age:-32768}


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This is a standard slope problem... 93/12 (6 half blocks -> 12) = 7.75. If you make 7 half blocks per "flat piece", it'll be shorter than 93 by the time it hits ground level, but 8 will be longer. Unfortunately you can't have a half-width block that would fit the bill here, so you'll have to compromise. (To verify my logic, I did map this out, and found ...


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(I assume you are on 1.8+) Since you cannot test for a player that isn't in game, Try using an armorstand. First, Summon an armorstand with the nbt tags NoGravity, Marker, and CustomName. (Ex. /summon ArmorStand ~ ~ ~ {NoGravity:1b,Marker:1b,CustomName:MobHunger} To set it a scoreboard, you can use an entity selector in place of the player. This would ...


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You can sign into the same Xbox account, yes. Both Xbox 360 and Xbox One use the same Xbox account to log players into Live. However, unless you own an Xbox 360 version of Minecraft, you will not be able to download the game, as Xbox One games are not compatible with Xbox 360. You won't even be able to access the games list from the store.



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