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It is possible by using the /say command in this way: /say @a Status: @a[m=0] is/are in survival mode /say @a Status: @a[m=1] is/are in Creative mode m=M is the gamemode entity selector argument. Instead of M put 0 for Survival, 1 for Creative, 2 for Adventure and 3 for Spectator mode. Note: I have not tested this, so my syntax could be wrong. ...


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To add a bit of info: I don't think that any formatting is needed, unless you have a 1000+ character command. For begining Minecraft "programmers" I would recommend copying the command to Notepar/Gedit, finding the most indent brackets and deleting their content, then deleting the contents of the brackets "under" those and repeat untill they find a ...


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If you place the mushroom on Mycelium, the light rules do not apply. From the docs: Mushrooms can remain on mycelium blocks in any light level, unlike the situation on other blocks, where mushrooms are broken (dropping as items) during block updates in high light. If you are making a downloadable map, and you don't like the look of Mycelium, you could ...


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You can make the map low light and effect everyone with night vision. You can also try surrounding the mushroom with barriers so no light can get in it.


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Do you have some kind of spyware program installed? Your parents might have a protection program maybe? I'm having the same problem, and I think that might have something to do with it because it's blocking the Minecraft Servers


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Method #1: You can do this by auto-killing all hostile mobs that are not Zombies - Plug in Command blocks with these commands into a fast Redstone clock (or use the 1.9 Command Block fetures): /kill @e[type=Spider] /kill @e[type=Enderman] /kill @e[type=Creeper] /kill @e[type=Skeleton] /kill @e[type=CaveSpider] /kill ...


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You could try to take a look at BungeeCord. It acts as a proxy between the player's client and the connected Minecraft servers. [..] free, easy, and reliable way to connect multiple Minecraft servers together BungeeCord latest build


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I suggest you try to update your video drivers. Just updating to windows 10 can cause a lot of issues. After that restart, if the issues persist try changing your GPU to your graphics card if you can as an integrated one could be causing the issue. If the issues persist I suggest you go to the minecraft forums as they can assist you better than us. This ...


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If you put the sponges in a row very quickly, it will prevent the water from refilling.


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In singleplayer, you can change the Steve/Alex texture or model in your resource pack and place that resource pack on your world. However, in multiplayer, this is impossible (you wouldn't want people to cheat, of course.)


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That is an INSANE list of mods! Try taking off half of the mods (with the exception of coremods) and launching. If it still crashes, remove the other half of the mods and launch with the ones you had previously removed. If it still doesn't work, launch with just the coremods. This should work. After any of the above (assuming it works) slowly add mods back ...


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Martin Sojka's list is good and very inclusive, but i would also add string. If you want 1.9, you have the dragon head, end rods, purpur pillers, etc.


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Method #1: On a fast Redstone clock / using Repeat Command blocks, put this command: /execute @e[type=PrimedTnt] ~ ~ ~ summon Creeper ~ ~ ~ {powered:1} Then, with a Comparator, execute this command to kill the TNT: /kill @e[type=PrimedTnt] Note: Before you do this, you would have to run this command: /gamerule mobGriefing false Method #2: ...


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You can use external editors like mcedit to find out where you went and you will find the coords of your home fast


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In the snapshots of 1.10 you can clone entities with the structure block


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The node is '*' to give all permissions. If OP doesn't override the permissions and you want it to, then you should change that in the config.yml of groupmanager.


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Similar to Unionhawk's comment: you should run three commands one after the other: Do gamerule mobGriefing = false** 1 tick delay Summon Creeper fuse 0 at Tnt 3 ticks delay Do gamerule mobgriering = true


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With /summon command you can make any amount of same entities you want. There is no command that would take entity A and make entity A'. You always need to create new entity in vanilla Minecraft. However if you want to take entity A and re-summon it somewhere else, you can. All you need is to have the command what summoned that first entity and reuse it ...


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The BlockEntityTag compound holds potential tile data for the item's tile entity variant. For example, the following provides a chest that has 1 stone in the first slot of the chest when placed: /give @p minecraft:chest 1 0 {BlockEntityTag:{Items:[{id:"minecraft:stone",Count:1b,Slot:0b}]}}


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Due to the way blocks work in Minecraft (being singletons rather than separate instances like entities), there's no easy way to do this. Do you know approximately the coordinates? Because the more you can narrow down the search area, the easier it'll be to find.


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If this is a minecraft map you are making then try building one of these under the lava are a ton of dispensers shooting at the enderman he teleports to a new spot and if You do this be sure to do... /summon Enderman ~ ~ ~ {NoAI:1}


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Much like what Haroun Mohamed-Fakier said, all you need to do is use the /execute command. The command would look something like this. /execute @e[type=Zombie] ~ ~ ~ /clone ~ ~-1 ~ ~ ~-1 ~ ~ ~2 ~ This command will target all Zombies and clone the block below them to right above them. Hope this helped and if you have any questions just comment and I'll ...


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You could make a jail with iron doors, and use command blocks to replace anything you don't want to be destroyed. Then, the creeper blows up the door without anything happening to any other blocks.


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Adding Tags to the item will not be set as the entity's Tags data. All the item data itself will be lost except for Potion and CustomPotionEffects, which are copied to the arrow entity if existent. Tipped arrows will be necessary, but you can apply custom effects to reduce any issues should it strike a player or mob, such as setting the duration to 0. ...


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Another way to make an invunruble lever, Is to get the coordinates of the lever and enter this command: /setblock x y z minecraft:lever On a repeat command block. That would work best when you have a map where you want to have them break stuff other then the lever. Hope this helped!


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Credit to Dan for the answer (above). Not sure why he left it as a comment. You'll have to cure a zombie villager. Create a splash potion of weakness, a golden apple, and create a simple trap (a 2-deep hole in the ground with a trapdoor, for example). Wait til night and move around to spawn mobs. When you find a zombie villager, lead him to the trap, ...


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For vanilla servers, you can go on mcversion.net. And for forge servers, you just have to select a version on their website.


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**UPDATE** You wanted it to target 1 person. Simply make teams for each player, then copy the command block thingamiga by using the @a[team=XXX] where XXX is the team. Then, add everyone to their own team. This means it will only target 1 person / team at a time To make teams: /scoreboard teams add XXX To select the team: /tp @a[team=XXX] OR /tp ...


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The Custom map solution. You can use the oceanBlock map, witch consist in an infinite sea with a small island where you start will the minimum resources to make it interesting. Your cousin will have to make a new world, but if what he likes is the infinite ocean, that should do it. There are even other maps like this one on the same idea. The mod ...


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Good solution is to use blue (automatic always ticking) commandblock and put it in the centre of your desired protected area. Inside commandblock, input this command: /gamemode adventure @a[r=50] You can change r=50 to any diameter you want to protect. Be warned, that adventure gamemode is not grief-proof, there are things that still can be done - ...


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The command does not work (The entity UUID provided is in an invalid format) because the arguments given are invalid, there is a space between these arguments. It should be written like this instead: kill @e[type=Creeper,r=10] From the Wiki: Spaces are not allowed around the brackets, equal signs, or commas, and only commas may be used to separate ...


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Please reinstall it and download the latest version GLSL Shaders Mod and try again, it will help you resolve this problem


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like the other answer do /scoreboard objectives add useWaterBucket stat.useItem.minecraft.water_bucket And with testfor and command blocks u need to use comparators next to the command block to make it work and so on and hope you got help :)


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Yes, The Endless City Mod adds in new World Type called City that turns Minecraft into a huge city with tons of randomly generated buildings. This is a very unique mod that puts a twist on survival! FEATURES: City World Type Unique Survival


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Yes, You can download Rei’s Minimap Mod to handles add a map on the right of your screen area above. This map is customizable through the settings menu map, which can be accessed by pressing the “M” key.


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You either have to wait for the plugins to get updated or you can make a redstone loop with a command block to give "mining fatigue" to players. Here is the command: /effect @a[r=10] 4 10 2 You can change the area of effect by changing the number after the "r".


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Go to a swamp biome, find the lowest open area you can, and build a roof. Leave at least 2 blocks high space and cover as much area as you can, then dig a cave for yourself and wait. Natural light lvl in the swamp is usually about 9, finding 7 is tough. So make a roof to block as much sun as you can and wait. Worked for me in about 10 minutes.


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Clicking this will lead you to the Minecraft wiki that is relevant to this question. Based on the information at hand, it seems that you cannot change the function of the F3 key. It is one of the non-configurable controls in the game. I hope this helps!


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There is no n parameter. The correct parameter you're looking for is name. The wiki has a list of all valid parameters here. testfor @p[1303,56,518,2,name=JAMES_the_camel] As well, because your chain is unconditional, it's going to activate no matter what and open the door. If you set it to conditional, it will only run its command if the command block ...


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I can confirm that multiple end cities spawn, and have in fact found three within renderable distance of each other. However, not all end cities contain end ships; I've found about a dozen cities so far, but only 6 of them had ships.


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Yes. When you kill the Ender Dragon, 1 portal is spawned up in the air to get to an end city. To spawn the dragon again, place a few end crystals (http://i.imgur.com/knZrg1h.png) on the portal to spawn another dragon. When you kill that dragon, another portal is spawned, and on and on.


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You have to put the comparator behind the block with the itemframe on it:


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All transparent blocks, with the exception of slime blocks, redstone blocks, and active redstone ore (when glowing after being hit), cannot be spawned upon. A full list of the transparent blocks that no monsters spawn on: Furnace (when active) Glass Glowstone Ice Jack o'Lantern Leaves (Fancy graphics) Piston (Retracted) Redstone Lamp (when active) ...


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Yes, more end cities are spawned. On a server I play on with a couple other people (vanilla with spigot), we have found approximately 8 end cities so far. It did take a while to find them all, but so far about 7 people have elytra. (a couple fell in the void)


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Like seconds after posting the question I found out: Method #1: Use Lilypad(s), Lava Bucket and preferably a Pickaxe. Place 1 Lilypad on the water. Spill the lava on it Take the lava back Take or keep the stone generated Repeat steps 1-5 Method #2 Quickly execute these commands when nobody is looking: /fill ~ ~ ~ ~+12 ~-5 ~+12 ...


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Look at this: http://www.minecraftupdates.com/summon-command-1.9, you can create custom mobs for 1.9 (including the name and nothing in his hand)


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On top of what Mego mentions about TNT, you can also Enchant a pickaxe with Efficiency to increase it's mining speed. Depending on the level of efficiency, your mining will get faster and faster. here's an overview of how each level of Efficiency affects your speed: No Efficiency: 100% (normal mining speed) Level I = 130% Level II = 169% Level III = 220% ...


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TNT can be used to safely clear solid chunks of stone and cobblestone. TNT will destroy a 5x5x5 solid block of stone or cobblestone if placed in the middle of the block. As long as you keep the TNT at least 4 blocks from the walls and you don't have any air holes, you'll be fine. Alternatively, if you aren't adverse to using console commands, the fill ...


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In 1.9, potions no longer rely on the damage value of the potion item to determine what type of default potion it is. Instead, the Potion string tag holds a string-based default potion ID, which is stored in the tag compound: sell:{id:"minecraft:potion",Count:1,tag:{Potion:"minecraft:strength"}}} If instead you want to sell a potion with custom effects, ...


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You can test the existence of players not in spectator mode and invert the positive signal. In this case, you'd detect if the command block with /testfor had a SuccessCount value of 0, indicating that no players were found. Basic command to look for players not in spectator mode. /testfor @a[m=!spectator] A /testforblock command that checks if the ...



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