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If the second player is using an account without a current Xbox LIVE Gold membership, they won't be able to play online, or join a world with the 'online' status.


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On Xbox One, only the user that owns the game can play the full version of said game. This is most likely the issue.


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Nope. Unloaded chunks are, rather unsurprisingly, not loaded. This means they only exist on disk, not in memory. In order to do anything with them, they would first have to be loaded into memory, at which point you could no longer call them "unloaded chunks." So by definition, nothing interesting ever happens in an unloaded chunk. (You probably could ...


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Try using the Redstone tick update method. I'll update this answer tomorrow when I can post a picture of it, but for now try looking up "wireless buttons Minecraft" and see if it works. Sorry again for the (currently) terrible answer, it'll be fixed tomorrow.


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most likely either your computer is really old, or you were in a lag spike


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There is no reason why this shouldn't work, all users can use all games the same. Maybe you're just experiencing a lot of lag, it should work. If it happens you could try restarting the Xbox. (Press and hold the power button, then switch it on again.)


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I'm gonna just keep this short and say yep. Use - /fill [X1] [Y1] [Z1] [X2] [Y2] [Z2] [Block To Remove] replace air


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I do not have a solution as to how to use the /spreadplayers command to make this work. BUT, another solution to your problem (if the randomness is not that important) would be using the /summon command. If you want to scatter the zombies around manually you have to create multiple commandblocks tho, but you can just copy-paste the commands and change out ...


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You will have to label zombies based on their IsVillager byte tag and then run commands based on the label. 1.8 Objective to use. /scoreboard objectives add ZombieVillager dummy Commands to run in numerical order. Set the "ZombieVillager" score to 1 for zombies with IsVillager set to 1. /scoreboard players set @e[type=Zombie] ZombieVillager 1 ...


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Item number 276 does not exist in 1.9 Minecraft slowly moved away from numeric IDs for items for some time now, mostly because they are a hassle to remember. While previous versions such as 1.8 still allowed you to use numerical ids, you have to use the named ids starting with 1.9. In your case, that is minecraft:diamond_sword, e.g.: /summon Item ~ ~ ~ ...


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If you don't want to wait, you need to make the pigmen despawn - for example by moving over 128 blocks in one direction and coming back. This will make all angry pigmen in the area despawn and while you are coming back new pigmen will spawn that would be passive. Be careful though - if during the trip an angry pigman takes damage, it will start a new ...


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/pardon-ip <ip-address> fixed the problem.


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After much experimentation, it turns out there are a number of very significant things to keep in mind, in order to maximize the trading throughput. I'm answering this with the purpose to maximize the number of emeralds / real world minutes played. The Farmer is the best option. Because it is simple to create completely automated pumpkin, wheat, carrot ...


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You go into %appdata%.minecraft\saves if in Windows, ~/Library/Application\ Support/.minecraft/saves in Mac, and ~/.minecraft/saves in Linux first and find your map. Then you should compress it into a ZIP file, as it will not only be probably quite large, but most cloud drive services don't allow you to upload entire folders at a time. Then you just need ...


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You can check the durability of a tool by simply pressing Fn-F3-H and hovering your cursor over the item in your inventory. THe number represented there will tell you how many blocks you can break with that tool. Specifically, a diamond pickaxe can break one-thousand five-hundred sixty-two (1562) blocks.


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I had a similar issue. I bought a $10 a month hosting plan from DigitalOcean, and needed it to not use up the 1 gig of memory I had, as I needed to run some other servers. Simply use world border! If you have a 1.8 server, you can use /worldborder set number of blocks to set the maximum number of blocks players can go from the world spawn point. You can set ...


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Make sure they aren't OPed or have the * permission. If using PEX, I personally add the permission, but prefix it with a '-' meaning that it prevents the node from coming into use regardless of inheritance. In your case, if using Essentials, you would do: /pex add -essentials.gamemode.* /pex add -essentials.gamemode And if your not using Essentials, ...


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Make a right click detector. There are many different versions, most of them simple. Then have the RClick detector hooked up to a comparator pointing at a second command block with the /summon LightningBolt at ~0 ~10 ~0


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Diamond Pickaxe has a durability of 1561. You can click F3+H to see the durability of all tools.


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This happened to me. It chrashes when your computer can handle a big amount of lag. It can crash if you install alot of mods, by exploding to much TNT or by block render.


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If you cause damage for a pigman, it will cause the "anger infection". There's no way around it unfortunately. To stop it however, there are two options: Quit Die This will reset the pigmen, and you can continue on your merry way.


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Simple answer, you can't. (Not in vanilla minecraft anyway).


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Unenchanted Diamond Pickaxe has durability of 1562. Here's the durability of various pickaxes visualized:


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Yes it will. I recomend you to enchant with command because It's way better. You can search on YT how to do it with the /give command


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I would use them at the Enchantment Table to reset the enchantment list, to get your desired enchant. (For this purpose, use the lowest level enchantments) If you still haven't got what you desired, you can combine them at a Crafting Table to lose the enchantments put on them and then give it another shot. Repeat this until done. (Note that sometimes it may ...


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The first quotation mark you use opens the string, and thus the very next un-escaped quotation mark will close it, which happens for your CustomName value. In order to avoid using a quotation mark to close the string, you must escape it by prepending it with a backslash (\"). If you need to use more quotation marks as part of the value at a deeper nesting ...


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The problem is, that you are basically closing the command that would go into the command block with the " preceding Mini. Since you don't have any spaces in the custom name you can do this: /setblock ~ ~1 ~ minecraft:command_block 4 replace {auto:0b,powered:0b,conditionMet:0b,Command:"/execute @e[type=Wolf,name=MiniMe] ~ ~ ~ /summon Wolf ~ ~ ~ ...


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I worked it out. The normal heat vents only cool the fuel rods, not the reactor itself. In order to cool the reactor down I put in a Reactor Heat Vent along with the fuel rods and other normal heat vents. This cooled the reactor down to a safe temperature and it now runs fine.


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level.dat will be where, on singleplayer, your player data is stored (along with a few other things like world seed). If you open it up, it's likely that it's blank now. level.dat_old should be a backup of level.dat. If you still have that, try copying it to your new world folder and renaming it to level.dat (replacing the level.dat in your new world ...


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There are a few problems with your commands. First, you can't have spaces in your datatag outside of strings, so you should remove the spaces in instances such as Name: "SpaceShipEngine" where they are not needed, and make the contents of your Lore tag a string by putting quotation marks around it. You also need to add a space between the ~ and / of ~ ~ ...


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Currently, you are killing both items in the third command, and are then trying to execute on the killed items. This cannot work for obvious reasons. Assuming you are using the right items, i.e. setting the scores works as intended (check with /scoreboard objectives setdisplay sidebar craftss) you need to simply swap the third and fourth commands. There are ...


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In Minecraft 1.8, the CustomNameVisible tag only works on Armor Stand entities. Here is a workaround for putting a tag on a mob. Actually it isn't really on the mob itself, but on an Armor Stand riding it. /summon ArmorStand ~ ~1 ~ {CustomName:"YourNameHere",CustomNameVisible:1,Small:1,Invisible:1,Invulnerable:1,Riding:{id:"EntityNameHere"}} You just ...


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Try doing op [username] in the console (window that run.bat opens), without slashes or anything else before this.


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According to http://www.minecraftforum.net/forums/mapping-and-modding/minecraft-mods/mods-discussion/1399911-how-do-i-get-a-players-username-with-forge, Minecraft.getMinecraft().thePlayer.username.equals("username") works. You can put that as the arguments of an if. then statement then an else statement to do what you want to happen if it doesn't match ...


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Open Task Manager by right-clicking the windows icon in the lower left and clicking Task Manager. Next, click on 'more details' and find Java Platform SE binary, click on it and click 'End Task'


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You can set the default gamemode to "adventure" and players will spawn at the exact world spawn rather than within a radius. /defaultgamemode adventure In 1.9+, the spawnRadius gamerule sets how many blocks outward that the player can spawn within without having to change the default gamemode. /gamerule spawnRadius 0


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Not reasonably Nothing you can build in vanilla Minecraft is indestructible. That said, Simply Sarc recently posted a video on his channel, where he shows off a way to actually make a base indestructible, using 60 Elder Guardians, which are synched up so that one of them uses his curse every second. That means thats any player in the vicinity can't not ...


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As far as I know, hostile and neutral mobs start despawning automatically when you are at some tens of meters (blocks) away from them, let's say around 30, and the chances (probably) get better as you get farther. Also, make sure not to be decieved when they get out of your sight, (at about 60 blocks away) and think that they despawned. Even if they have ...


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This is probably a combination of 2 things: 1. You are simply too close From the wiki page on spawning: Spawn conditions Each individual spawn attempt succeeds only if all of the following conditions are met: There must be no players and no player spawn points within a 24 block distance (spherical) of the spawning block [...] While ...


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Type op [username] into the actual server console (so not the in-game console, in the command window that your server runs in).


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You are most likely adding the 2 unnecessary arguments to the tp command, the y-rot and x-rot, which goes at the end of the command. It would be better if you had posted the command, but this is what your command souls look like /tp @p @e[...] Or if you use a flat x y z /tp x y z Do not add the last 2 numbers if you already have a x y z


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I don't know the math here but it can sometimes happen that you can put a book with all the enchantments you wanted (´Power V, Infinity I, Flame I, Punch II´) on a bow and sometimes not. This depends on the order of the enchantments on the book. I beleve that you can get the book you want when you combine 2 books. One with ´Flame I´ and ´Power V´ and the ...


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Your launch command is missing the file extension. It should look like this: java -Xmx2048M -jar minecraft_server.1.8.9.jar -o true PAUSE By default these extensions are hidden in Windows Explorer; you can turn them on (in Windows 10) by clicking on the View tab at the top of the folder and checking the box by 'File name extensions'.


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Yes you can restore the save game from a backup. I have never tried this on a mac before but it definitely works on Windows. Hope this answers your question. (:


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It is possible to retrieve your world after logging in without the mod you previously logged in with. you just have to go to the start menu on your computer and type in %appdata% and open your .minecraft folder. You then have to open your saves folder and right click on the folder of the world you want to recover. click "restore previous versions" and choose ...


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You can go to the .minecraft folders then click on the saves folder. After that find the name of your world then duplicate it. When you run minecraft you can scroll to the bottom and you'll find your world. In this world everything is going to be the same.


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As of Minecraft 1.8, these are the two main despawning rules: If a mob has not been within 32 blocks1 of a player for more than 30 seconds, it has a 1 in 800 chance every tick of despawning (about 1 in 40 every second) If there are no players within a 128 block radius2 of a mob, it will instantly despawn Exceptions: Mobs with nametags will never ...


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the heads show up as a 3d block in the hotbar while items don't. try making a recource pack where you change the texture of items that you dont use to those numbers, or anything you want. then use the items instead of blocks. items should display just fine as they are displayed in 2d.


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You could always have a bunch of command blocks placing the door using setblock, then opening it using setblock, just your setting air. I couldn't think of a way to do it all with redstone, but the command blocks will take some redstone.


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An easy way I use to do this sort of thing is MediaFire, which is a very easy-to-use site where you can store all sorts of data. It lets you upload any file from your computer (In your case you would choose to upload your minecraft map from %appdata%, .minecraft, then saves) and then create a link (shareable with anyone) where you can download that file. ...



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