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You will need to get the server owner to either use a program to move you back into the playable area, or delete your player file so you spawn back at the world spawnpoint. MCEdit is a third party program capable of opening world files and moving players. For the deletion method, your player data will be stored as a file with the name as your UUID in the ...


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The name of the mod is Not Enough Items. Similar to Too Many Items,but with an additional panel with items.


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An easy way to do this would be to set up a command block and an extremely fast clock in the middle of the village that is perpetually setting the game mode of all players within a certain radius (r) of the command block to adventure: /gamemode 2 @a[r=??] Replace ?? with the radius of the village. The problem lies with setting the players' gamemode to ...


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/playsound has a volume and a minimumVolume optional argument: /playsound <sound> <player> [x] [y] [z] [volume] [pitch] [minimumVolume] If you set the minimumVolume to something other than 0, players will be able to hear it at that volume outside of the sound's normal audible range. For example: /playsound records.11 @a 0 0 0 1 1 1 It ...


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Minecrafts worlds are backwards compatible. You will not have any problems. Minecraft will automatically upgrade them. I played very very long with an Alpha world, very long. Never had any problems besides that I have no biomes, no pumpkins or anything else that was added later. Please consider that the worlds are backwards compatible but only partly ...


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This a well covered question already but the technique I personally use isn't listed so I figure I'll add it to the mix. It isn't the technique for strip mining a chunk and extracting absolutely everything but it does expose lots of extra unseen blocks. It is much faster for quickly gaining things you want, it's incredibly easy to do, and is also less ...


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Your problem is the space between @p and [r=3]. Try the following command: /testfor @p[r=3]


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Unfortunately, this is not possible. You might get away with the one account thing, but not the one computer. Minecraft requires a keyboard and mouse, and while it is possible to have more than one Minecraft open at a time, you cannot move with both because when you move to the other one, the one you were on goes to pause. Unless you could find some program ...


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No, you won't. Players are tracked with a unique ID, instead of your username as of Minecraft 1.7.10. You can only change your username every 30 days, and if someone changes their username, you cannot change it to their username for 37 days. As for servers, you'll have to ask the server owner, but you usually don't lose progress. ...


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If you want to know where to play a mini-game, join a server like Mineplex (us.mineplex.com:25565) or Hypixel (play.hypixel.net:25565). If you want to know how to add a mini-game to your server, look at plugins like CTF if you have a Bukkit server, and many other options are available for many other types of servers.


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When trying to run Minecraft on OS X systems, the launcher tries to use Java 6 for Mac by default. This is because Apple used to ship their own version of Java (SE 6) with the operating system (mainly for security reasons). In recent versions of OS X, however, Java is no longer included, hence the error message you're seeing. There are two ways to solve ...


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Using a command block to break the lever is the simplest solution. Execute command after lever is pulled: /setblock <X> <Y> <Z> minecraft:air 0 destroy The XYZ is the coords of the lever. The "destroy" old block handling makes the command drop the item.


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The %appdata% shorthand translates exactly to C:\Users\[user]\AppData\Roaming, where [user] stands for your Windows username. From here, you can navigate into your .minecraft folder and into the saves directory. Alternatively, you could just navigate to the directory using the short-hand in File Explorer and copy the current path into Chunky. You should get ...


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here is a quick tutorial that will allow for spawning of animals if you are in the overworld/regular world! get lot's of dirt and create a 24-30 block long walkway (1 wide is fine) out to a spot away from your island. Make a 17 x 17 or larger square of dirt past the walkway you built. (More than 24 blocks away from your island) (Optional) To speed up the ...


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This can be edited by creating a resource pack. HERE is a tutorial on how to do so. If you just want the explosion changed, just change that texture and leave the rest the same. It is a particle effect , so it is in the particles folder and called explosion. NOTE: This will also change all other explosion textures to the same thing. If you want pennies every ...


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Do the following: Make the command block that is lowest testfor @e[r=[radius], type=VillagerGolem] (Replace [radius] with your test radius (Also, remove the [])) And make the upper one whatever you would like to do when there is no Iron Golem in that radius.


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As long as you remember any semi-unique part of your command1, you can use NBTExplorer. Command Blocks are Tile/Block Entities, since a regular data value is not enough to store all information about them. Instead, they have NBT data similar to entities, which are detailed on the wiki. In particular, command blocks ("Control") have a Command entry. ...


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The simplest solution is not to use an actual random generator at all, because it's not really needed. The randomness can come from a user input instead. What I mean by that is that you can have a rapidly changing scoreboard objective, and evaluate the score at the moment a button is pressed. First set up your randomness objective using scoreboard ...


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Please do not copy and paste the accepted answer 1:1 without filling the placeholders and without creating the scoreboards before usage. You need to replace placeholders such as X-cord with the actual X-cooridinate. You can see the world cooridinates when you press F3. Please mind, that you need to create the scoreboars are shown in the answer before you ...


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Because the answer to this question will likely change over time I will give you this link to keep an eye on: http://minecraft.gamepedia.com/Rabbit_Hide. Also, at the time of posting this answer, you can only use it for crafting leather.


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You can use 4 rabbit hides to craft leather. This can be good if you don't have cows around.


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At the moment the only use for rabbit hide is to craft leather from it. Place it in a crafting grid in a 2x2 form and you will get normal leather. This is a useful item, if you ever play on SMP that use entity clears, finding animals can be very difficult. This way you have another source for leather. In addition to rabbit hides, rabbit will also rarely ...


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Your problem is that selectors are case sensitive, and thus @P does not work; you need to type @p (lower-case "p") instead. After that, it's important to note that @p selects the closest player. I don't know what your criteria are for whom the "right person" to teleport is; if you just want to select the closest player to the command block then just @p ...


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This is the exact same thing I did on my public server. The unfortunate part is that it will select the player closest to the command block. A possible solution is to make it hard for more than one person to be near the command block. At first we made the button in a location where the player would funnel into a 1x1 space and all space around the command ...


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Delete the Minecraft.exe file as you have been doing. (I think you can skip this first step) Right click on the start menu and select Run (see image below, and enter %appdata% in the highlighted area); Alternativley, if the start menu takes you to tile view, you can simply type "run" from the tile view and hit enter. Open the directory called "Roaming" ...


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No, you need to at-least log in once to prove that you bought the game.


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Just in case, try removing the '?'. But your real problem is score_Jumping=1, use score_Jumping_min=1 to check for a minimum score. Because score_jumping= checks for a maximum and is actually "score_jumping_max=".


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Your settings might have these layers turned off. Go to the Options menu and click Skin Customization, then turn the layers you want shown on your skin ON.


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There is no way to clone an entity, especially a player entity, in Vanilla Minecraft. As you have probably figured out, the /clone command works exclusively for blocks, not entities. There is no way in vanilla to create a copy of an entity.



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