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If I am correct in understanding that your house was near where you first spawned in the world, as you seem to have said in the comments to your post, then you should be able to find it with a little searching. Go to 0,0 and look all around within a few hundred blocks, and you should find your house. If you haven't used coordinates before, what you do is ...


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The issue has nothing to do with mods or Minecraft, it is the JVM crashing after a system exception. Normally we would have a specific DLL specified in the Problematic frame, but you can still figure out where the exception happened with a little bit more work. If you look at the Native frames, you can see a sort of stack trace of what caused the access ...


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You can't get a seed unless you manually enter it. It is, by default, not an observable aspect of the world generation. The seed that is generated by the game is hidden, whether on purpose or not is unclear.


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You have to either install forge for each account or try to setup a symbolic link on the .minecraft/versions folder. I have never created a symbolic link in Windows, so I can't help with that.


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The game is not supposed to automatically spawn you at your house, you need to have a bed in your house and to have slept at least once in it for the game to change your respawn coordinates. Even when you have a bed if it is obstructed you can't respawn there, but the game is showing an error message for this. So you certainly respawned at the original ...


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Thanks! Forge from this link worked! But i thought i have good version of Forge, there is download site for my Forge, i clicked 1.7.10 recomended and downloaded that version, it isn't same forge that you give me in that link Flaunting?


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To my knowledge there are no mods like this at all, and if there were any they would not be up to date with the 1.8 prereleases/snapshots. However there are a couple of tips to making easier use of the commands: Hitting Tab will automatically fill out the coordinates of the block you are looking at. This is a much faster way of filling out coordinates ...


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I'm pretty sure you're trying to connect locally with your external IP address: it will never work on some networks.


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Forge is Currently having some problems keeping up with ever changing mods and new minecraft versions, my suggestion is wait 'till minecraft 1.8 comes out with a new version of forge, because most mods are being updated to work with, that so either you wait till every thing is updated to run with minecraft 1.8 or you uninstall each mod, then install each ...


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You are not using Forge 10.13.0.1180 as shown on this line [13:20:11] [main/INFO] [FML]: Forge Mod Loader version 7.10.18.1180 for Minecraft 1.7.10 loading What i would do is make a copy of your saves and then completely delete the .minecraft folder from appdata. Reinstall minecraft completely from scratch and then Use this link to install the correct ...


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Since the error is reported to occur in ig75icd32.dll, which is an Intel graphics driver, y may have an issue similar to "Minecraft Forge 1.7.10 keeps crashing as soon as I launch the game?". Does your laptop have a dedicated 'high performance' GPU installed? If so, running Minecraft on that GPU may resolve your issues. If that doesn't work, or you do not ...


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Open libraries\argo\argo\2.25_fixed and open up argo-2.25_fixed.jar in winRAR and delete the meta inf file.


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Restore on new iPad If you are going to buy a new iPad, and backed up the stolen one you can easily restore the old backup and you will have the world back again. but you have to install all the apps (including minecraft again) What does iTunes backup ... App Store app data (except the app itself, its tmp, and Caches folder) App settings, ...


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THe chances are that along with most people your drivers are too upto date. With versions 1.7.2 onwards the shaders mod is much more compatible but with any versions of minecraft before that they are very specific. Quote from Mod Page Graphics drivers links If you encounter problem running this mod, try update your graphics driver. Sometimes, ...


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By default, Minecraft uses one folder to store the data for all profiles. However, you can change that with the default launcher. (note that "Profile" and "Account" are not the same thing) Set up a profile for each of them using the "New Profile" button. You can change the game directory for each profile in the "Edit Profile" menu. Setting a different game ...


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According to the wiki, mobs can spawn in ladder blocks, along with torch blocks. You will need lights somewhere near the ladder to keep the light level high enough to avoid it from being a valid spawn location. This only applies for if the ladder is on the ground though, as mobs cannot spawn in the air. The block they spawn on must be opaque, or otherwise ...


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Routers, as a general rule, do not allow local loop-back of connections, or martian packets as they are sometimes known. This is for valid network security reasons and the number of routers that make this optional are in the minority, and even if yours is one of them enabling it just to play a game is something I would strongly recommend against. Connect to ...


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Forge does not support Java 1.8 at the moment. You can fix this error by downgrading java to 1.7 Alternatively you can also have 2 java installation and point forge to launch with 1.7 instead of 1.8. All you need to do is modify the java path in the minecraft launcher.


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It could be your ISP (Internet Service Provider). Sometimes your ISP will block certain ports for some reason or another. A very common one the Minecraft port (25565). If this is your problem then you need to contact your ISP and see if you can get that port unblocked for you. If that's not the case then it could be a combination of things. One, being your ...


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A more primitive and time-consuming solution: Store all of the block datas into command blocks with /setblock and add a /tp for yourself, then wire it up with a redstone clock. Stand in the boat. In the /setblock commands, use tilde notation so it creates a new boat relative to the location of the old. Restore the blocks in the old location to those of the ...


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There is a mod called Joypad mod This allows you to play splitscreen upto version 1.7.10. With one person using keyboard and one person using a controller. This is the only method i know of that works as you need a controller mod anyway as you cannot have two keyboards plugged in working for seperate programs. I use this with friends when they are ...


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Forge 1.7.10 had some crippling bugs that appeared out of nowhere. It causes various odd startup issues on the server side or a broken GUI on the client side. To my knowledge, most of these bugs have already been fixed. I would suggest you to update to the latest version of Minecraft Forge. If all fails, provide a Modlist with their versions for us to ...


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The general idea of an auto shutdown/ auto restart script is that the script needs to know when the server crashes. This can often be done by just having the script listen for certain lines of code or perhaps issuing a list command and wait for its response. I however do not know mac/linux scripts and thus cannot help you there. However i can refer you to ...


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There should be an open app editor in Mac where by you can close opened applications and services, if you launch that you should be able to close the Java service or anything related, but I am afraid I do not know how to do this automagically.


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YES YOU CAN play LAN with your children from your tablet to those who are on PC. All the poeple on PC have to do is download Bluestacks at Bluestacks.com and install it, bluestacks is basically an android emulator on PC. Then all you have to do is click on an application in bluestacks which will take you to the android store (Play Store) Then all you have to ...


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Macs are made in such a way that to save energy and optimize performance whenever a tab is out of focus it is suspended until it is reopened or switched back to, this is probably the case with your minecraft server, you can also get plugins to try and help reduce server load, e.g "Clear Lagg" and " No Lag " There are more plugins at Bukkit.org, that is if ...


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In your server's bukkit.yml file (generally found in the same directory as your server.properties) you need to edit the line: allow-end: false To allow-end: true And then restart the server.


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If it is minecraft forge 1.7.10 there is a bug for all versions of it when you download it onto your client, same with downloading it onto a server. With the client either minecraft doesn't load and shows a black screen or shows a small square of the game in the corner of the game screen. In the server it just closes, you might have to downgrade your forge ...


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Note that only other operators can actually see those messages, not all the other players of the server. To turn it off for OPs, do: /gamerule sendCommandFeedback false


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It appears that there is an unknown character in the config file for the mod: project zulu. This may be a bug on technic's side, but you should be able to remedy it by finding that unknown character in the config file and deleting or figuring out what it should be and changing it. your config files should be at /Users/arlenemacarthur/Library/Application ...


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You have to start up minecraft up when you add forge before you add your addons.


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No, there is no command to remove a custom gamerule in-game. It is, however, possible with a program such as NBTEdit. Open up your world file, and navigate to level.dat > Data > Gamerules. Within those gamerules you should see the one you created. Select it, and press delete. When you save and open up your world, it should be gone.


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You won't have a mods folder by default as the mods folder is only used by a mod or mods for Minecraft, namely modloaders (such as the aforementioned Forge) or meta-mods and mods requiring a mod dependency or dependencies, not by the vanilla Minecraft itself. The vanilla game doesn't support mods placed in the mods folder, only when a modloader mod is ...


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If u mean u have made a gamerule true or false just type the same thing but using the opposite. Example:You've just done /gamerule keepInventory true to turn this off do /gamerule keepInventory false


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Just add a folder and call it mods. That should do it :)


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Squares with grey and red/grey triangles in them These represent Redstone Repeaters. The direction that the arrow points indicates the direction of the repeater's input/output, with the input being the flat end and the output being the pointy end. You may notice that the triangle has four 'tiers', with each tier being either red or grey. Redstone ...


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I have created a video tutorial for this which can be found here. Full Instructions Open the launcher and click Edit Profile Change the version to 1.7.2, (or now you can change ...


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The NOT gate also called inverter delays the time exact one tick. circuit delay: 1 tick from the minecraft gamepedia That means the signal on the otherside is one tick to fast. To solve that simply put a repeater in the connection to the other piston. A repeater also delays the signal with one tick. When initially placed, a redstone repeater has ...


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Open your minecraft and at the little updates page it opens when you open minecraft at the bottom left there should be a little drop box and right below it it should say New Profile and Edit Profile. Click edit profile and close to the bottom of the window that that opens it should say something like run version: and then you click 1.7.2 then open minecraft ...


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Armor in minecraft adds "defense" to you. The more defense you have (indicated by the chest-plate icon bar near you health) the less damage you take. That bar gets filled up when you are wearing armor, however, eventually the armor wears out. The better material you make the armor out of the more it will fill up the bar (and the less damage you will take). ...


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You're along the right path with /time query daytime. First of all, create an objective. In these examples I'll use "TimeObjective" although you can call it whatever you want: /scoreboard objectives add TimeObjective dummy Next, put /time query daytime into a command block. Then stand ontop of the command block and type this. Again, "TimePlayer" is just ...


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Minecraft allows you to do this directly using different versions of the /worldborder command: Start with /worldborder center ~0 ~0 to center the future border around you. Set the border radius to something small: /worldborder set 30. Make the border grow by a large number of blocks over a large amount of time: /worldborder add 1000000 10000000 will, for ...


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You can do the solei method, and use nettherack from mining a bit and pillarig up


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You need to open the file "eula.txt" and set the parameter "=false" to "=true" then save the eula.txt.


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Chunk loading has little to do with mobs despawning. At over 32m from the player, mobs have a chance to despawn at random. You could probably get away with being in this area for a short time, but eventually the zombie villager will despawn. At over 128m from the player, mobs will despawn instantly. Neither of these values are affected by render distance. ...


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From a decompiled 1.7.10 the following is present in in the Enderman defintion. it is called if the Enderman is: wet on fire in daylight & not fighting is fighting & is closer the 16 blocks to there target (in the last case there is a delay on how often this can be done). /** Teleport the enderman to a random nearby position */ protected ...


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Endermen can teleport to any air block which has a solid block beneath it (provided they can fit there and avoiding water and lava) within 32 blocks of their original location, measured not as a sphere, but as a 64x64x64 cube centered on the original location. To make sure no Enderman will ever appear in your room you need to make sure no Enderman can get ...


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Quoted from this arqade answer: [W]hen a chunk is unloaded, so are the mobs (and all other items) on it, although passive mobs won't be removed. A chunk unloads when it moves out of your render distance (when it no longer renders on your screen). However, an area of 16x16 chunks exists around your spawn point where it will stay loaded, as long as one ...


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You need to install the mods onto the server, make sure you download the server version of the mod, if you can't find one then the mod probably doesn't have one. BOTH of you need the mods. The way it works is the server checks to see if your client is compatible. If it doesn't have everything then it just simply won't let you join because your client would ...


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The Minecraft system requirements are the following (from here): > Minimum Requirements: > CPU: Intel Pentium D or AMD Athlon 64 (K8) 2.6 GHz > RAM: 2GB > GPU (Integrated): Intel HD Graphics or AMD (formerly ATI) Radeon HD Graphics with OpenGL 2.1 > GPU (Discrete): Nvidia GeForce 9600 GT or AMD Radeon HD 2400 with OpenGL 3.1 > HDD: ...



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