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Try tapping two fingers, that's the right click on most macbooks


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Many mac mouses do not have a right click button, instead two left click buttons. You will need to either get a new mouse that features a right click (any other mouse that isn't mac) or use Command+click instead of right clicking.


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As with pretty much every website in the world, there are a username and a password retrieval forms. Forgot username here. I'll let finding the password retrieval form as an exercise to the reader.


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There IS a way! You can make a resource pack that changes the look of Alex (or Steve)! download the recource pack here: http://www.mediafire.com/download/h0rw97kwaa12u0m/alexChange.zip unzip the file, and navigate to the folder then to assets->minecraft->textures->entity in this folder, paste your skin file. if it an Alex skin, name it "alex.png". if it ...


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In the snapshots JSON no longer uses lenient parsing, thus you need to put quotation marks around every string: /title hacatu title {"text":"test"}


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This, unfortunately, cannot be changed in-game as far as Vanilla Minecraft goes. To change from Steve or Alex, you will instead have to go on the Minecraft website, log in, and enter the Profile page. From there, you can choose to have a skin that fits Steve (though if you don't want a skin, all you need is to switch to Steve and Save).


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I have found a solution that works relatively well. The main issue is that when a snowball lands, the entity disappears immediately. To counteract this, we can use an armor stand marker to track the last known location of the snowball. This is not exactly where the snowball hits, but close enough for practical purposes. First, you need to set up a ...


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/scoreboard objectives add lifetime dummy /scoreboard players add @e[type=Snowball] lifetime 0 the screboard is so the tnt doesnt explode in ur face then do /execute @e[type=Snowball] ~ ~ ~ /testfor @a[r=2] so it tests for a player in a range of 2 blocks /execute @e[type=Snowball,score_lifetime_min=4] ~ ~ ~ /summon PrimedTnt also do /gamerule ...


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The reason it is selecting the closest player to the command block is because you have set the selector to @p, which selects the closest player to the command block to fit the rule... You're better off selecting everybody who the rule fits to run the command on. /execute @a[r=10000] ~ ~ ~ detect ~ ~-1 ~ wool 15 effect @p invisibility 12 3 true This ...


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When you logged in first on the reinstalled server you and your friends got new Identities from the server, you should look for the player files, and rename them with your new file's name. I did something similar once, when i wanted to transfer my MP map to SP and had to do that because my character also seemed to be lost. Can I retrieve the position of an ...


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The entity UUID provided is in an invalid format Usually means that the game can't resolve an entity matching the target selector and data tag specified. I.e. NULL is not a valid UUID. There are three issues with your command: You are missing the "minecraft:" in front of "ender_pearl", in NBT data the "minecraft:" is not optional, unlike in commands. ...


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If there is no mods button, that means Minecraft Forge is not installed or loaded. Forge is a tool that facilitates the use of mods in Minecraft, and is a requirement for many mods. First, make sure you are launching the game from a profile with forge selected as the version. In the launcher, check if there is a profile with "forge" in the name in the ...


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/kill {radius 20, type=!bob8898, type=!coach0512} is very close, but this is how you do it: /kill @e[r=20, type=!Player] This will kill everything but players. To do this if you are on a server with more than 2 people, we will use teams. this is a slightly easier way to do it than using scoreboard variables. /scoreboard teams add noTeleport noTeleport ...


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If you'd like to be excluded from a global selector, simply use a scoreboard to exempt yourselves. This is due to the way entity selectors work, which does not allow you to specify specific players. /scoreboard objectives add noKill dummy noKill Now, tag yourselves for not killing, and run this in a 20Hz redstone clock, in the order it is provided: ...


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I used to have a similar problem with lag due to the RAM being capped at 2GB for minecraft, and a game like that really needs more, however there is a way around this. Open up a notepad and copy the following text into it. javaw -Xmx8192m -Xms4096m -jar "C:\Users\YourUsername\Desktop\minecraft.exe" Just make sure that you have the exe for minecraft on ...


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Based on the information on the wiki, a roof 12 blocks above the villagers, and covering them plus 3 blocks in all directions around them should be enough to prevent lightning from damaging them, as lightning will not be able to target blocks with an overhang, and the overhang is far enough that even if lightning strikes directly next to it, the villagers ...


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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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If you are on the 1.9 snapshots, you can use the scoreboard to test nonexistent players: /scoreboard players test (playername) (objectivename) (min) (max)


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You could try downloading McEdit (I reccomend a 1.3.x version as the 1.4.x versions have been crashing a lot for me) and opening the level.dat of the backup. Then, switch to chunk view with tab, and use right click to drag the world around, looking for anything irregular that might be your city. If you look at all the generated chunks and don't see anything, ...


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You can use the @e selector to find the Armor Stand, for example/tp @e[type=ArmorStand] x y z This will work if you know exactly where the diamond will be, but if the position may vary, things get a bit more complicated. I don't think there's an easy way to get the NBT data from the diamond to differentiate it from other dropped items, so you would have to ...


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Use this: worlds: myworld: permissions: - mypermission.permission You can even set prefixes. worlds: myworld: options: prefix: "NOOB" permissions: - mypermission.permission


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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 best thing to do is to use MCEdit - it distinguishes explored chunks and unexplored chunks and you can do move player and move spawnpoint - zoom out in MCEdit, and try to find the building. Otherwise, you are screwed. Sorry.


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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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You can just type in a command block - give @p item name here


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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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Try pressing "O" when in your inventory (NOTE - It doesn't show when in creative inventory) Also, do you get a "..." button in the top right of containers (when opened)?


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You cannot compare the two items in the sense of Chest == Hand However you can do something more like Chest == X and Hand == X therefor Chest == Hand You can check what is in the hand using {SelectedItem:{Item Tag}} (see more at http://minecraft.gamepedia.com/Player.dat)


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You can use scoreboard in player selectors to find out which one they clicked. Usually this is done by either testfor or execute. I recommend a 20 t/s clock to check these as soon as they click it. You don't have to use one, but it may help. great method to setup one. In the case of testfor, it is actually not recommended to use it. You can't exactly ...


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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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If you're using a 32-bit JRE, you're asking for more ram than the JRE can handle. A 32bit JRE can handle roughly 1.2GB of heap. Try reducing the value to 1G and see if it runs, then consider further adjustments from there. The error itself is pretty straightforward, the -xmx value for your current setup is too high. You need to start lowering it until it ...


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The issue lies with the second command: scoreboard teams join PVP @p[3743,70,3954,100,rm=36,team=!PVP] Using 4 arguments without their keywords makes the game read them as x, y, z, and r. Your players are only assigned to the PVP team when they are between 36 and 100 blocks away from the specified coordinates. If they teleport farther away, the command ...


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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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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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You can do the following: /execute Joe ~ ~ ~ /tp Steve ~ ~50 ~ I hope this helped.


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You mentioned windows firewall -- when you 'allowed java' you're allowing it normally to connect outwards This won't, by default, allow it to connect IN to your system. You need to open the minecraft ports, on your windows firewall, from anywhere.


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This answer assumes the Java version of the game is used, not the new Windows 10 version (I have not tried that yet). If you just created a screenshot, the name of the created file will be shown in the chat stream. Simply click that name to open the screenshot in your default image viewer. Otherwise, start the MineCraft launcher and activate the 'Edit ...


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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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Note: this Answer is based off the assumption that you are making that structure using a command or making it yourself. Sorry if this is not correct. A) Marking the structure: First, whenever that structure is spawned, summon an armorstand in one of those blocks with the NBT tags Invisible, CustomName and Marker. (Ex. /summon ArmorStand x y z {Marker:1b, ...


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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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f11 to get out of fullscreen, if thats what you mean.


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Have you tried using /testfor to find a player with the item then using /replaceitem entity Bob slot.hotbar.0 minecraft:diamond_sword 1 0 {ench:[{id:34,lvl:5}]} -That sets the first hotbar slot of the player named "Bob" to a diamond sword.


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You need to push f2. If that doesn't work then check your keyboard settings and change f2 to something else.


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You cannot set empty NBT tag nor set something to zero count. Make it another way - Sell two items and let him give you back the one of it - "renewable token". So you will sell "anything" + "item you want to sell" , and get "anything" back. Yup, you just lost that thing you wanted to get rid of. /summon Villager ~ ~1 ~ ...


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Real simple crete two ender chests, keep one and one world and the other in the nether fill it with buckets of water you can keep up to 27 buckets in an Ender chest it's the easiest way to get water in the nether


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I think that should do it, /summon Villager ~1 ~ ~ {Profession:0,CustomName:"Useless Trader",CustomNameVisible:0,Career:2,CareerLevel:42,PersistenceRequired:1,Invulnerable:1,Attributes:[{Name:"generic.maxHealth",Base:99999}],Offers:{Recipes:[{buy:{id:"air",Count:0},maxUses:9999999,sell:{id:"air",Count:0}}]}}


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I think it is most likely caused because the world is from a newer version. I had that issue a few weeks ago, when had to go back to 1.6.4. I couldn't open any world. And when I created one, I could. Does this work for you, or when you create a world does it still crash?


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I'm pretty sure I once had a Portal to Alfheim running with only 1 mana pool, but it closed not very long after that because the other mana pool was drained off. Your best solution here is to try that exact same build in creative, and you can even use the creative mana tablet to fill your mana pools to two different amounts of mana, and see how it goes. ...


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In vanilla Minecraft, there is no way to automate kicks and bans or assign permission levels to the kick and ban command. If you are just looking for permission levels for different commands, you should try seeing if you can host a Bukkit or Spigot server. You can add plug ins such as PermissionsEx. With that, you can manage different player groups (eg: ...



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