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Try re-installing Minecraft, and/or troubleshoot your LAN network. Another possible reason is that you may be running two different versions of Minecraft.


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I had this same problem happen to me when i was trying to play on a MEGA CUBE survival map i downloaded. My problem was when I tried to rename the file to "world 1" it ended up just creating another file in-between the saves - MEGA CUBE folders, called "world 1." I Had To: - Open .minecraft, Saves folder, then my "fake world 1" folder. - Drag my MEGA BLOCK ...


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You can either use the /stop command from the server console, or simply close the program (on Windows, the X button in the top right corner works). /stop is the safer method. Either way, I suggest using /save-all first, just in case. (The slashes aren't technically necessary from the server console, but they are if being used from an in-game client.) ...


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"/give PLAYERNAME 383 1 120" will give you a spawn egg. otherwise use the /summon command


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Type stop into the console. Unless of course you wish to delete all traces of your server on your PC and everyone else's. that's a bit more challenging.


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in 1.8 or higher, type in the command "\kill @e[type=Zombie]" That kills every Zombie in the world. You can also relpace Zombie with whatever mob/entity you want and it will kill it


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I would suggest using VoxelMap. From a post from the developer on the Minecraft Forums: To install: install Liteloader. Follow the instructions in its thread. For 1.8, from the liteloader thread: "Development builds are available from the Jenkins build server". There's a beta build of Liteloader for 1.8 there put the voxelmap .litemod ...


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Okay. So if I want to be able to go into Survival but be able to still break blocks and place them, I need to change it to gamemode 0, not gamemode 2. This way, I can get a spawn egg and make more villagers, but still be able to play survival.


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You usually can just put the .zip file into the /mods folder. If the mod doesn't load properly, than unzip the file and look for a .jar file. If all else fails, look at the mod's READ-ME file or the mod's web page.


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In general, if you have forge installed right, you need to drop the zip file (unextracted) into your mods folder. It does depend on the mod a little bit, so follow the particular installation instructions of the mod you are using.


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Basically, if you don't like the color of the grass, go find a biome where there is grass shade you like. The jungle has the brightest shade, if my memory does not deceive me. That's the best help I can offer. If you don't want to deal with all the jungle trees, a plains biome is a nice shade too.


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Is the resources folder set as a Build Source and do you have your mod Build Source at "src/main/java"? That is how mine is set up and it works fine.


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The usual way to test for dead players is to set up a scoreboard objective. Check out the linked wiki page for general information, as well as the command reference for using scoreboards. First, you have to set up an objective, I'll call it hasDied using /scoreboard objective add hasDied deathCount Using the deathCount criterion means that it is ...


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Grass is different colours in different biomes, and you're seeing the "dry desert" grass colour in the middle of your screenshot. The difference in colours is controlled by one texture file though, so it's easy enough to fix by installing a resource/texture pack that changes that file to be one uniform green instead of a gradient of greens and yellows. ...


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Grass color is based on biome. The grass in the middle is in a desert biome. You can't really control this without just picking another spot (I guess if you really wanted to you could change the biome with MCEdit). Jungle biomes have the brightest green grass, forest and plains biomes also have fairly green grass. Pretty much any biome except the ...


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I would have to say quantum armor, unless you are using something before IC2 experimental. Experimental allows you to have a "Quantum Jetpack" which essentially works the same way as the Electric Jetpack, except it also has all the other benefits, such as complete invulnerability, which allows you to survive a direct hit from a fully powered IC2 Nuke, ...


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What are your computer specs? If you are using Intel Series 4 chipset or earlier, you may not be able to run Minecraft on your computer. You can also try updating your video drivers. If that still doesn't work, you will either have to stick with Minecraft 1.7.2 or you can try downloading a hacked OpenGL (I'd advise you not to do this, this can damage your ...


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This line is the clue (but to be fair you have no way to know why it's a problem): [18:56:44] [main/INFO] [FML]: Java is Java HotSpot(TM) Client VM, version 1.8.0_31, running on Windows 8:x86:6.2, installed at C:\Program Files (x86)\Java\jre1.8.0_31 Java 8 is still fairly new and it does not work properly with Minecraft yet. Downgrading to Java 7 should ...


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This is a very long-standing bug in Minecraft on Mac OS X with so-called "dead keys" like Spanish keyboards' ´ and ` keys. (Your ñ works fine because it produces ñ using a single key instead of two.) Unfortunately, Mojang keeps thinking they have Minecraft's dead key handling fixed, but their Mac expertise seems to be insufficient and they don't seem to ...


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Ok, I figured it out... I guess I didn't provide enough detail to answer the question. I had lowered the ceiling of the farm to 3 blocks, because Iron Golems are 2.9 blocks high. However, I found a detailed post about villages and iron golems on the forums and the guy said they require 4 blocks to spawn. They also only spawn in 6 blocks of vertical space, ...


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So, we're talking about a version of Minecraft newer than 1.5, which means that the game organizes its files slightly differently. Seeing as you can have multiple "profiles" in the newer launcher, and that they can have different versions, one might ask: How might they manage all these different versions? It's actually quite simple if you think about it. ...


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Originally, I assumed that the Intel driver you wanted to install was already included in your Ubuntu 14.04 installation. I booted up into a fresh installation of Ubuntu 14.04 (64bit), and checked the list of installed packages for the Intel driver. I found it, along with the packages needed for OpenGL support. Even though the generic (vesa) drivers are ...


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I don't think that height is the issue. After some research, I found the Iron Golem page on the Minecraft Wiki, in which it says: Golems will spawn in a 16×16×6 area, centered between the 21 or more valid doors in a village if it has at least 10 villagers. The chance of spawning is 1 in 7000 per game tick, which averages around one every six minutes. ...


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It means what it says. You must play Minecraft 1.7.10 before installing forge 1.7.10. Once you play it, you can exit. Find and click on the forge installer and it should tell you the installation was successful. When you open up your launcher again, it should automatically be set to the new profile just created. You must run it before putting any mods into ...


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You need to create a resource pack (Shown in my youtube channel) then, create a potions folder and find a picture of a cool potion bottle on line that you want to use. After that, just save the picture, copy it, paste it 4 times, and name them: potion_bottle_drinkable.png, potion_bottle_empty.png, potion_bottle_splash.png, potion_overlay.png Hope this ...


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Don't you just have to travel the total amount of blocks in any direction including what you have already passed eg using 8 rails and going in a circle-ish travel. This works in Captive Minecraft (map)


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My farm uses a tank to spawn, and cacti to kill them. The tank only has source blocks at the top, and the bottom is wall signs. The guardians spawn inside the tank, then are pushed down by the water, out the bottom. Under the tank is a water conveyor, pushing the guardians to one side. At the end of the water, there is a row of hoppers in the ground, then ...


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What I would do: Don't set their spawn in the sky, instead make a deathCount objective, and at the beginning of the 'event', set it to 0 for all players. When a player dies, teleport them back to the beginning, then set their deathCount to 0. If you are doing a single player map, you could, instead of using beds for spawns, have a button that summons an ...


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Spawn mobs with a custom scoreboard score and summon the desired item on all entities with the custom scoreboard score that have a health of 0.


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Run a clocked command block of: /kill @e[r=range, type =! Player] Replace range with desired range. Warning: will kill all non player entities.


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You say you put the shaders in the mod folder but you actually need to download another program similar to forge but for shaders I think it's called glsl graphips or something but I can't remember you need to install that then near the mods folder there is a folder called shaders you need to put your shaderpack into that folder for it to work however I have ...


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This wiki page has a fairly in depth guide to Guardian Farming. The basic idea is that first you will need to locate an Underwater Monument (this is the only place where they will spawn naturally), and altering the area to trap the guardians for the slaughter. So far there are two methods, "manual" and "automatic". The "manual method involves the player ...


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If you would make the custom mob you want to get points from killing, drop a specific item then you could execute off the item. Here is a example... Summon in the custom mob use a command like this: /summon Zombie ~ ~1 ~ {CustomName:"Custom ...


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I believe the problem is that you haven't played 1.7.10 before installing Forge. to my knowledge, the Forge Installer does not download Minecraft resources as such if you want to install it for a particular version you first have to run Minecraft for that version to allow the launcher to download the Version Files By Default, the first Profile titled by ...


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Lots of torches (and other light sources) will mostly do the job. Mobs won't spawn in light. Surround your house with torches and you'll be fine. Remember that each torch reaches its maximum illumination after 8 blocks (not counting elevation or inclines) when placing torches for maximum mob-repelling. Since I notice you said you're in Creative, it might ...


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You can use the to command to move the armor stands. e.g.: /to @e[type=ArmorStand] <co-ordinates of where you want to move the armor stand> But be careful - this will move all armor stand in the world to that location. If you want to specify an armor stand you can use the r= tag. e.g.: /to @e[type=ArmorStand,r=1] <co-ordinates> this will move ...


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Yes it does, but you have to specify the type of mob it is, or it won't target entities. As per the wiki: When used without the type argument, @r always targets a random player. The type argument can be used to target non-player entities [...] Here is a example: /tp @r[type=Squid,name=Random] ~ ~3 ~ This would teleport a random Squid with the name ...


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Well first I would set up a clock and make the following commands in this order: /scoreboard players add @a[x=,y=,z=,r=] play 1 (@a[x=,y=,z=,r=] Is the location of where you want it at) /execute @a[score_play_min=1,score_play=1] ~ ~ ~ /playsound paspawn @p /scoreboard players set @a[score_play_min=2] play 2 This would play the sound one time when they ...


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OK I'm so happy but thanks to AoElite i found the answer. here it is. /testfor @a[score_health_min=3,score_health=9] modify that and you have the ultimate minecraft team respawn/death command for command blocks.


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Many good answers for Minecraft can be found at the official wiki: http://minecraft.gamepedia.com/ for this you may want to look at http://minecraft.gamepedia.com/Spawn Mobs spawn based off lighting and where the player is. If you stand still mobs will randomly generate in an space where they can spawn within 120ish blocks from the player (big square ...


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Fencing works very well in this case, as mobs cannot jump over fences, with the exceptions of the Spider. Remember, you want a lot of lighting around your house. Hostile mobs only spawn in dark environments, so you want plenty of lighting in and out of your house to avoid the chance of a mob spawning or getting close to you. You can also try building ...


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The easiest way would be to use buttons rather than Levers, and hook them up to a latch. Then the output for each can be wired to the reset of every other. I am confident this can be done in the dimensions you specified. Also, if you were using levers because the signal is going to come from another component then just add a Sticky piston with a block ...


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POSSIBILITIES 1) You could be banned from the server, in which case you cannot reach it. 2) Firewall: make sure that windows firewall/McAfee/(any other) aren't blocking the internet connection, if so search online on how to unblock an internet connection through that certain program. 3) You have a cracked version on minecraft, which can only reach cracked ...


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This is not improvable but anyone but the server administrators end. There is nothing that an online support community can offer to you that may help other then the following steps that you have already tried for the most part. Asking to be put in Creative again. Making sure that you are on the Creative Server. Typing inside of the chat "/gamemode ...


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Run the following 2 commands sequentially in 1 tick: /execute @p ~ ~ ~ setblock ~ ~ ~ snow_layer 0 keep /execute @p ~ ~ ~ detect ~ ~ ~ snow_layer 0 clone ~ ~1 ~ ~ ~1 ~ ~ ~1 ~ replace force First command places snow layer at player's position, second command will update the snow layer and remove improper ones.


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The way you test for a score is to use = and min=. For example, /testfor @a[score_health=20] will testfor all players who's health is 20 or below. /testfor @a[score_health_min=8] will testfor all players who's health is 8 or more. To test if a player has 3 to 9 health you can do /testfor @a[score_health_min=3,score_health=9]. I hope this helps! Links: ...


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I would teleport your self down back to regular ground level. Using the command "/tp @p ~ 70 ~". This command would teleport you close to ground level or maybe underneth ground level a few blocks. From there you can dig up or already be close to ground. If this doesn't work you may be experiencing lag and I can't help with that.


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Use /playsound [player] [sound]. There is a full documentation at the Minecraft Wiki here. I have used the command in the past, and you can also make a custom resource pack with a sound you wish to play.


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The default port that Minecraft runs on is 25565 and the client assumes that port when connecting if none is listed. Since the server is running on the same machine as the client, you can connect to the server by typing the following in the field localhost If you want to connect to the server from a different machine, you should replace localhost with the ...


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As @aytimothy has said, in the comment plus this is his answer to the question one. aytimothy answer A EXCEPTION_ACCESS_VIOLATION (0xc0000005) means that Java is unable to read/write to the disk. This has nothing to do with the Minecraft game files itself, but rather the run-time it depends on (requires to run, just like how some games require DirectX ...



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