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There's a relatively simple command block solution to this, which works in vanilla. First, set up a scoreboard objective to detect players in the Nether /scoreboard objectives add onNetherCeiling dummy Create a clock (I suggest using a fill clock) in your spawnchunks (so that it is always loaded), hidden in a box of Bedrock, and add the following three ...


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Possible solution: OptiFine You can download OptiFine here. OptiFine is a great way of getting rid of lagg spikes, and has a lot of settings to adjust, and could possibly remove your lagg spikes, try to put everything off, or as low as possible, or just adjust it to your likings, also if you go to the setting called Other... you should see an option ...


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Yes switching to a Looting Sword will have the effect applied when a arrow kills a mob. I killed 10 skeletons in each test and the results are: Diamond Sword: Diamond Sword (Looting X): Bow: Bow (Switching to Looting X Sword): Switching Bows when the arrow is shot won't effect the Arrow and switching to a knock back sword won't effect the arrow.


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You don't need one. There's this beautiful command called /weather clear. You can even specify for how long you want the weather to be clear. You can just run /weather clear 999999 each in-game day (employing a simple daylight sensor), and you will have no rain.


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If you know the exact coordinates of the command block then I strongly suggest using /setblock <x> <y> <z> air 1 replace If you don't know the coords, or they were the wrong ones, then go to your server destination folder and look for server.properties and edit it with notepad and look for a line called something like ...


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There is no vanilla game rule that can disable zombie and ghast spawning, but you can achieve something similar with a custom game rule and a killing clock. The kill clock First, set up a fast clock that triggers the following commands to teleport all Zombies and Ghasts into the void, killing them without them dropping any loot (This will prevent you from ...


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I made you a plugin! (It teleports them to the nether spawn if they go above that height) https://www.mediafire.com/?0cux9xl73ty3f1c Make sure the spawn isn't in any lava, as it does not account for that.


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CanPlace is not a data tag that exists, nor is it a boolean. You are probably looking for the CanPlaceOn tag, which does exist, but is still not a boolean. Here's a helpful wiki page on data tags: http://minecraft.gamepedia.com/Player.dat_format CanPlaceOn is a list of strings, each string containing the name of a block that it can be placed on. For ...


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You can refer to this page to find more about the locations of ores. Here are the y coordinates that the ores are most commonly found in. Coal: 5-52 Iron: 5-54 Lapis Lazuli: 14-16 Gold: 5-29 Diamond: 5-12 Redstone: 5-12 Emerald: 5-29 (Note: only in Extreme Hills Biome) Nether Quartz: 15-120


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You can do more than that. You can disable the rain completely. In Options -> Video you can disable rain particles (so it will rain, only you won't see it), AFAIK it is in Animations or Particles submenu. Or you can use daylight sensor, because rain means drop in light -> weaker redstone signal, what you can make to start your redstone circuitry. An ...


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Sometimes you have to set permissions manually first via terminal - i don't know if the checkbox is enough. Execute the following command in the terminal: chmod a+x path/to/minecraft/minecraft.jar To start the game via console, execute: java -jar path/to/minecraft/minecraft.jar If that doesn't work, your JRE installation is invalid.


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If you press F3 + B you are able to see the hit boxes for all entities. This shows that there is no way of hitting the chicken without destroying the mine cart first since the chicken's bounding box is way smaller then the mine cart its bounding box.


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This is a not unheard of problem where Minecraft is incapable of downloading the Java Native Access library, mostly because it can't save the files to the location it wants to save them. Running it as administrator should fix the problem. Source: ...


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It is not possible with vanilla command blocks to detect, nor somehow store and repeat to another player, what a player has said in chat. As MBraedley has said, you would be better off making a system with signed books or signs.


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/testfor @e will output a signal strength based on how many entities it finds. For example, if 5 entities are found, the signal strength outputted will travel 5 blocks. To test for exactly one entity, you can do something like this with and add on an AND gate: Alternatively, you can use another command block with the 'testforblock' command in it, ...


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They don't. Iron doors don't count as valid doors in a village, since villagers can't interact with them. A house has to have a wooden door to be considered valid.


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Yes. You pay for the minecraft login, not for the downloaded .exe file. Anyone can download the minecraft launcher for free. If you want to change you name, you can do that - rather than buy a new account.


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There are several things you could try and do. 1. Close full screen. Minecraft's default hotkey for toggling full screen is F11. Hitting this key should bring it back to windowed mode, where you will be able to close the window from there. (It may change depending on if you have altered the keyboard inputs in Minecraft before) 2. Tab out. Try pressing ...


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You will need to create a chain of command blocks each being triggered 1 tick after the last. you will enter the command /tp @p[team=Green] ~ ~ ~ In this you will need to replace green with whatever the team color is and then the ~ with the coordinates. Look at the attach photo.


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There seem to be lights around the edge. For a successful mob farm: Valid spawning spaces (solid blocks). Dark, 9 or less. You must be between 16 and 32 blocks away. No other spaces for mobs to spawn. I have a gold farm that works a little differently to yours, here is a rough plan: This is on the roof of the nether, so there are no other spawns up ...


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If one of your pets is loaded, you should be able to teleport to it, although it's going to take some setup first. You'll also need access to commands (obviously) beyond /tp. First thing to do is give all your tamed animals a score on the scoreboard. Set up the scoreboard with /scoreboard objectives add tamed dummy. Next, you need to set the score for ...


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I'm pretty sure this is caused by of 1.8 because you can maximize in other versions. The only way I have been able to fix it myself is restarting the game.


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For servers like Mineplex, they most likely use a plugin, simply because they're more configurable and reliable. If you want to shut down the server at a specified time, that can be easily done with various pre-existing plugins. From a Google search I found AutoShutdown. This basically shuts down and restarts the server at times you can specify, along with ...


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You can install the Custom NPCs mod. You can add custom players/mobs/entities to the world. It's complicated to use, but you will get it. You can make the player follow you, sit on the ground, wander and other things.


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You simply use your e-mail (The one your Mojang account uses) as your username and your old password


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This actually depends on what version you're using. Since there's no right-click function in the command block menu, you have to use keyboard shortcuts; however, different versions use different shortcuts. Minecraft 1.7.10 and earlier were all made using the shortcuts for Windows and other systems, so if you're using one of those older versions you have to ...


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All you need to do is ctrl+C after highlighting the command you want to use to copy it, and then go into the command block and do ctrl+V to paste it.


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The information being covered up in the background is about your graphics card. If you increase the game resolution, or go into normal F3 mode rather than Shift + F3 mode you should be able to see this. The pie chart shows how long each different category of task has taken to complete in a frame. You can use the 1-9 keys to get a more detailed breakdown of ...


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When they run over the "start" pressure plates have a scoreboard objective set /scoreboard players set @p <objective name> 1 And have a clock running all the time doing this command /execute @p[score_<objective name>_min=1] ~ ~-1 ~ setblock ~ ~ ~ air The execute @p[score__min=1] means "Do this command relative to @p with a score of one in ...


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There are mods with the "slime block" function, the first one was Redpower with its Frames. However as RedPower was not updated, there was a lot of small mods to update some parts of it. You should look for some Frame mod, Redstone in motion or similar, there is a lot of them around, I was not using any, so I cannot tell which suits the best. However - ...



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