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You will not lose any of your single-player worlds, or any of the servers on your server list. Your progress on servers will vary from server to server. Plain survival servers should be fine, as most things in Minecraft use your UUID now rather than name. Most modded servers should also be fine, as the majority of mods have moved to using the UUID system ...


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If you move the block a lever is attached to the lever will break. Using this you can set up the block the lever is attached to to be movable by a piston. This piston is connected to the lever, so it moves the block once you switch the lever on, therefore breaking the lever. For example like in the following picture. The lever of course can be on any side ...


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I see two main ways to do this, neither of which are that great. If it's not necessary, I'd recommend not doing this. First way would be to set the score individually for each level, like this: /scoreboard players set @a[l=0,lm=0] XPScore 0 /scoreboard players set @a[l=1,lm=1] XPScore 1 /scoreboard players set @a[l=2,lm=2] XPScore 2 ... The main ...


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You can use a scoreboard objective to "invert" the command for multiple players and without needing a comparator Create the objective using scoreboard objectives add onIce dummy Now, create a fill/setblock clock (do not use another clock!), and run the following two commands in order: scoreboard players set @a onIce 0 execute @a ~ ~ ~ detect ~ ~-1 ~ ...


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Write this: /execute @p ~ ~ ~ testforblock ~ -1 ~ minecraft:ice then link it with a comparator to a block with a redstone torch on the opposite side, then connect that to the command block saying what you want it to do.


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The launcher has 2 flavors. A java based installer and a non-java based installer. Both version install the launcher. Once that is done the launcher and the game do require Java. Given your post I would recommend that you download Java 8 for x86-64 if you do not already have it. When you download the launcher installer be certain to ONLY download it from ...


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Tested the first 2 commands. Removing the quotes from minecraft:iron_sword and places a space after @p produces expected results. /testfor @p {Inventory:[{id:minecraft:ironsword}]} /testfor @p {Inventory:[{slot:0b,id:minecraft:iron_sword}]} Same as above, but sword in wrong slot In the first two examples, if you had those in a command block with ...


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Your problem is right here: java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: net.minecraft.client.main.Main Knowing this, your best option would be to create a new profile and start from scratch. When you modded the other profile, something somewhere got corrupted. To delete an old profile and make a new one: Navigate to the Profile Editor tab. Right-click the ...


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Check if your Java is up to date. You can verify your java here -> https://www.java.com/en/download/installed.jsp


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Windows 10 might be interfering with Java. After all, its a technical preview. If you want to keep Windows 10, then delete all traces of Minecraft from your computer. This includes shortcuts, launcher, etc. All of it. Then reinstall Minecraft using the .exe option. I've seen people have a problem with .msi in the past. Additionally, make sure your Java ...


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Mining is an effective way to gain experience, quickly.


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The lag graph still exists (with a slight change to how it looks); you can see it by pressing ALT + F3. The graph shows how long each frame took to render. The higher the bar, the longer that a frame took to render. The numbers along the side should be taken as 1/number of a second that the frame took to render. If your data is around the 30 line, then ...


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Sugarcane is most common along water edges. Find a river nearby and take a boat, while searching for sugarcane on the side.


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In terms of rarity vs experience produced your best and fastest way, without a farm, is to go to the nether and mine nether quartz. Nether quartz drops 3-5 xp per, and is not very rare. Although things like diamonds produce more experience, their rarity makes them not a viable source. I have leveled to 30 in small about of time using this technique. In ...


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One of the best tactics is to search for a Dungeon or an Abandoned Mineshaft. These contain monster spawners that constantly spawn monsters that you can kill over and over again to grind exp. Be careful - if you die you will always lose a large chunk of exp, even if you go back to pick up your things. Be sure to bring (at the very least) a full set of iron ...


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There's no real fast way to farm animals, but when u find 1 or 2 u might want to make a pen for them out of fence and lure them in. Pigs, and cows can be lured by wheat. Chickens are lured by grass seeds. Then use what u used to lure them to breed them and essentially, u have infinite food. Hope this helped.


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in the world that I'm in I have made my house in the desert and I have seen a lot of sugar cane their so the best way to get it is in the desert or by the ocean. Hope this helped


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Why does it say you have a 64-bit Java on a 32-bit computer? If you are using the minecraft.jar, use the 32-bit java.


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For clarification, what you're seeing won't prevent Minecraft from running. To see more information, go to this post here. Cheers!


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I gave the path for java to the launcher, my game crashed like this too but when i specified where the 64bit java was, it worked!


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Based on the screenshots, I'd say Schematic2Blueprint may be able to do it depending on the blocks involved. Someone aside from the original creator updated it with a lot of newer blocks, too. Original: http://klaue.net16.net/programme/ownprogs/java/schematic2blueprint.en.php Updated: https://www.dropbox.com/s/6cpgmka6mmqgjan/Schematic2Blueprint.jar?dl=0


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Using /testfor in a command block while using r= for your radius. To test for a count with no more or no less you'll have to use dust equal to that ammount. testfor @p[r=radius, c=maxCount] Circular radius centered on the command block testfor @a[r=radius, c=maxCount] (Will match dead people supposedly) testfor @a[x=px, y=py, z=pz, r=radius, c=maxCount] ...


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Either teleport or kill yourself is what I would do.


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If you have tried everything, then the only thing is to reinstall Minecraft. Delete All traces of Minecraft on your computer (this includes launcher and sub files) Reinstall Minecraft from minecraft.net


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This isn't an issue with Minecraft, actually. Your shortcut is linked to a file location that doesn't exist anymore. You need to make a new shortcut or correct the existing one.


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you could try /execute @a ~ ~ ~ playsound records.11 @p


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Easy solution! Go to https://minecraft.net/ Go to Profile Click on Reset under reset your skin. You are covered in Steve's skin! I hope you're happy.


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It seems like you're Java is out of date. Try installing the latest version then test it out at https://www.java.com/en/download/installed.jsp to see if you actually have it. Additionally, you might want to turn off you're firewall, there usually an option to disable for 15 minutes. That should be enough time if you have decent internet. If not, there are ...


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I gave myself a tripwire hook using the exact same NBT tag in Minecraft 1.8.3. After trying a few times, I was able to use this command to clear the tripwire hook: /clear @p tripwire_hook 0 1 {display:{Name:"Key",Lore:["Opens one door"]}} As the format is: /clear [player] [item] [data] [maxCount] [dataTag] I know you mentioned that you used this command, ...


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There are two errors I could pick up on in the log. The first is that it indicates that your runtime is outdated. I believe that means your Java version is out of date. Try to update it. The second error is the operation timed out one, which means that you have no/poor/spotty internet connection, or that you have a firewall up. Try to either get to a better ...


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A few things: Did you friend publish the world to LAN? He can do that via the /publish command Don't connect through the server list. Just go into your Multiplayer tab and scroll down. You should see his world there. Do you have different mods? Make sure your mods that you have currently installed are the exact same. Make sure that you are playing on the ...


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I had this error before when trying to play with my friend. Try this method: Assuming that you have a computer running Windows: 1: Press Windows Key + R to open the run dialogue 2: Type in "cmd" to open up the command prompt 3: In the cmd, type "ipconfig" 4: This should bring up a list of addresses. The address you want is the IPv4 address 5: Lastly, ...


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If you throw an item through the portal, it will close, however a black cloud will remain. In order to get rid of the cloud you must get a rift closer and right click the cloud. This will completely remove the portal.


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At the moment, you get one user preferences account. You can set one skin per user at a time. You can easily change skins online but it would still be the same user and all that entails. Additionally, using the same account on two computers, although possible, is not advisable and in many cases not allowed. This is especially problematic if they try to ...


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If this is specifically for a LAN server, all you need are the mods on Singleplayer. Then, just have your friends connect to the server once it is published on the LAN world. Keep in mind that your friends should preferably have the exact same mods and version of Forge that you are running, or else you may encounter errors. Cheers!


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There is no possible way to delete someone's waypoints, unless you have access to their computer or their account. There would be no logical reason as to why this would be possible, therefore, it does not exist.


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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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You can edit your profile so that Minecraft doesn't try to download updates. On the launcher click "Edit Profile" in the bottom left. Look for "Minecraft Version". You should have "use latest version" selected. Click the dropdown arrow and select a recent version of minecraft (for example 1.8) to play. The launcher will then play the already downloaded ...


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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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This has happened to me. A few things to do: Check to make sure your Java is up to date Are there any mods in your mods folder that aren't for your current version? Remove them if there are If those don't work, reinstall Minecraft (Also, make sure to delete the Minecraft folder in %appdata% (Windows) or Application Support (Mac).


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Try to uninstall Minecraft completely, leaving no trace of it whatsoever on your computer. Make sure you're Java is up to date, and try reinstalling it. I had the same problem, and it worked for me.


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The /i command works like the give command but you don't need to specify a name of a player. Here is how you would give an item with a certain lore: /i itemname 1 Lore:LOREGOESHERE (For Lore) /i itemname 1 name:NAME GOES HERE (For Name) /i itemname 1 lore:LORE name:NAME (For Both) You can find more information HERE NOTE: /i cannot be used in a command ...


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yes it can be done. At the lever output wire, run a command block there that says: /setblock (x of lever) (y of lever) (z of lever) minecraft:air 0 replace Now split the output for where-ever you want it to do (Diagram Below): Hope this helps :D


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So the 192.168.x.xxx address is your local address, so only people that are connected to your network can join. You need to use your external IP. This can be found by asking Google What's my IP. Put the IP that comes up in your properties file and give that address to everybody, and then it should work! Actually, leave the Server IP blank in your properties ...


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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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That didn't work for me either. You have to change an option in the worlds save menu. Go to something like this C:\Users(Your Name) \AppData\Roaming.minecraft\modpacks\Forge\saves\NEI\local(Your worlds name) and open NEI with notepad it should be a text document with a few lines change { cheatmode=0 to cheatmode=2 } You need to do this for every ...


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Use a scoreboard counter that have 1 added to it per entity that matches the requirements Setup: /scoreboard objectives add Counter dummy /summon ArmorStand <X> <Y> <Z> {CustomName:Counter} Clock (20 Hz): /scoreboard players set @e[type=ArmorStand,name=Counter] Counter 0 /execute ...


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When you move the world data and the player data to the new server everything will be just as it was. I have moved server at least a dozen times. If you move everything at one time you should be fine. If you move the data separate you may run into issues. The player data files should be under the same directory as your world data. Just copy everything ...


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Using 2 command blocks, 1 comparator, 1 building block, 1 redstone torch. You can accomplish this thus: Command Block 1: testfor @e[r=radius, type=VillagerGolem] Command Block 2: your command You will still need to put a clock on it. Mine is underneath the golem :) As a side note, you don't want to use the c=0 because that is not saying find if there ...



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