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Does Not Work, MechanicalBanana . I tried it and nothing happened #InstantExplosion.Comment By Minecrafter CT11231


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Spigot in my opinion is much better, rectally after a DMCA take down spigot AND craftbukkit have become into the hands of the spigot crew to update. Spigot works the same as craftbukkit and has some more config options; however they are not hard to use. It will only take you 7min to go through the spigot config. Spigot and craftbukkit may take a little ...


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Foreword: You are using a SNAPSHOT of Spigot. Snapshots by definition are regular builds of the code that are in development. This means they are mostly unstable and should not be used for anything more than testing. Now on to further analysis of the problem. The version of essentials Stable build is meant for 1.7.2 version of bukkit as stated on their ...


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The pumpkin block is located in the "Building Blocks" menu of the creative inventory, about halfway down.


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The /kill command does not support killing objects (not yet anyway) who fit through a NBT citeria. Only identifiers with the @e command will be considered. When you entered: kill @e[type=Item] {Item:{tag:{display:{Name:"RedFlag"}}} kill @e[type=Item] {Item:{id:"red_flower",Damage:2}} It is considered as: kill @e[type=Item] kill @e[type=Item] ...


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On a single player/LAN world I just deleted everything in the minecraft\saves(the world you want to do it on) and only kept the folder that said region and the file that said session.lock and it deleted all player data from every player. But like I said, this will do it to every player. I don't know If that is what you wanted but I hope this could help.


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You can make a sheep riding another sheep by using the {Riding:{[Insert Mob Info]} NBT data. If you want to simply add a sheep onto another, you can use: /entitydata @e[type=Sheep] {Riding:{id:Sheep}} The /entitydata command allows you to set the NBT data within a mob. Its syntax is: /entitydata [entity] [new data] However, this does not work as ...


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Without any additional information, there is literally nothing we can tell you to fix your issue outside of "Start over". Easiest way to fix this issue is to delete everything, then start from Vanilla Minecraft. Install each mod one at a time, then launch Minecraft and verify that it's still working. It might even be best to backup your .Minecraft folder ...


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Difficulty is set for the entire world, not individual players. You might want to set your youngest's "game mode" to "creative", meaning he will be invulnerable to hostile mobs (also, they will completely ignore him). You'd use the command /gamemode creative <player-name>. I have the same issue, and I just had to make a rule that when they are ...


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When are you getting this error message? If it's while you're attempting to join a server, all you need to do is close the game and launcher, and run them again. If it's while you're trying to log into the launcher, and/or while you're trying to log in to minecraft.net, then you need to reset your password. If your account has been compromised, and you ...


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If you are 100 % sure that it is the correct password, (which almost 85 % of the time your typing the password wrong and this happens frequently with new accounts that people make with new passwords and they mistake it for other passwords they use), you have to face the scenario of you being hacked. This happened to me just a week ago, and you can reset your ...


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I always start with a generator on its own connected to a macerator and furnace. You'd be surprised how little power you need, probably a stack of coal is enough to get you through the early game, and it is very common in caves so it is fairly easy to get a large amount. My advice would then be to set up a nuclear reactor as fast as you can. As dangerous as ...


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"Getting started" there are 4 basic energy generators you can use. Generator Water Mill Windmill Solar Panel By far, the best one to "get started" with is the basic Generator. It only requires coal to run, and if you find a tree, you can start a tree farm, turn the wood into charcoal, and burn that. The next best option would be the watermills. Sure, ...


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I suggest setting up a lan world. that's realy easy if your computers are connected over wifi. and a LAN(Local Access Network) is setup between the two computers. also logging in to minecraft as far as i remember isn't required so you would not need 2 accounts. (At least when the LAN system came first out, if not you should downgrade to a minecraft where you ...


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I don't exactly know what you are saying but as far as i can figure you want to tell something to a spesific player/group of players. There is a methode using the scoreboard. first create a team using a commandblock: scoreboard teams add [display name] displayname does not have to mean anything because you're not going to display it. then add ...


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Here are two easy answers: (1) Don't install Java 6 (the old version from Apple). Instead head to Oracle's website and install Java 8. Now head back to Minetcraft.net and download the Linux version of Minecraft. Extract the "Minecraft.jar", double click to start, and answer a few security questions. (2) Wait. According to reddit post in December 2014, ...


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Try removing the Better Villages Mod. If that fixes it and you still want that mod, try reinstalling the mod all over again. If removing worked, but then putting it back didn't, make a copy of the file Better Villages Mod - 0.4.jar, and rename it to end in .zip and see if you open it with a zip tool. It looks like that file's corrupted and if opening a copy ...


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It looks like the "bettervillages" mod is crashing: [12:57:33] [Server thread/WARN] [FML]: Zip file [1.7.10] Better Villages Mod - 0.4.jar failed to read properly, it will be ignored java.util.zip.ZipException: error in opening zip file Try removing that at see if it fixes the problem.


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This answer implies that you are asking this question essentially: Can me and my friend play Minecraft together, if we only have one Minecraft account? Legally, no, you cannot play together by simply having one account. Both need to have an account to verify on the minecraft servers before the launcher will let you play the game. Though there are some ways ...


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First, create the dummy objective: /scoreboard objectives add CaptureTeam dummy You can then set a fake player's score on this objective to 1 or 0, one player per capture point. This is also what you should do to reset and change them: /scoreboard players set CP1 CaptureTeam 1 /scoreboard players set CP2 CaptureTeam 1 ... /scoreboard players set CP10 ...


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Well, as far as I know, Forge does not have a 1.8/1.8.1 download. Sorry. However, you can download the 1.7.10 version (I believe that is latest).


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You are standing 32 blocks away. Mobs spawn when you are at least 24 blocks away, but then despawn over time when they are 32 blocks or more away. The other thing is, you're standing at Y = 78. I'm willing to bet that you're within 128 blocks (spherical) of some caves somewhere, which are likely filling up with mobs (there are thousands of spawning spots in ...


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You can detect item without actually clearing using /clear command. Syntax for /clear command is following : /clear [player] [item] [data] [maxCount] [dataTag] If you set maxCount to 0, command will output success only if player has that specified item.


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From your question, you intend to show others your architecture. And would like for it to look the same as what you would see if you used a resource pack. If you intend to share it as a world file, you should share your resource pack together with the world file for the other user to apply as well. If this is on a server, and you host the server, then an ...


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@MBraedley pointed out that dead players aren't valid targets for teleportation. Disclaimer: The following idea should work, but I haven't tested it yet. This answer requires the red_flag objective to work correctly. That is, it should be 1 for the player that carries the red flag, and 0 for everyone else. Run these once /summon ArmorStand 0 0 0 ...


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(Similar to the above) This is an example of what I did: In a resource pack, I turned wool blocks to the plain colour they are, no textures at all. If you wanted a plain white block you may need to get a Resource/texture pack or mod.


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As of 1.8, in un-modded and un-textured minecraft, there is no block that fits your requirements. Probably the closest you'd come is a Snow Block, a Wool Block, a Quartz Block, or, as you said, an Iron Block. The Quartz is extremely close to pure white, closer than the iron block. However, you should look into downloading a texture or a mod that may include ...


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There is no pure white block in Minecraft. Sorry. However, you could edit your texture pack to make a certain block white. But this wouldn't work for other players if you are map building (they would still see it as whatever block you placed).


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You're actually pretty close, and definitely on the right track. Instead of {Inventory:[{id:<block ID>,data:<data value>}]}, use {Inventory:[{id:<block ID>,Damage:<data value>s}]}. The s after the data value is important since it's stored as a short, not as an int. (As an aside, if it were stored as a byte, you would append a b ...


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Scoreboards can track the kills of specific types of entities. /scoreboard objectives add < name > stat.killEntity.* < display name > This increases when you kill a mob of type *. The list of entity types that can go in * are: Bat, Blaze, CaveSpider, Chicken, Cow, Creeper, Enderman, Endermite, EntityHorse, Ghast, Guardian, LavaSlime, ...


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Have you tried adding a scoreboard to detect whether he has the flag? Look at how to get and store player name? This time, attempt to /clear the flag. – aytimothy I've answered a question looking to identify a player, and perform something at their death. Long story short, follow the instructions to make the gate and to identify the players, but ...


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Gamemode can be reset by /gamemode 0 @a[m=1] M=0 denotes that they are in creative mode. If to want, you can add a /tellraw @a[m=1] {"text":"","extra":[{"text":"Creative is not allowed","color":"white","italic":"true"}]} that is powered just before the above command, to tell players to not use creative. /scoreboard If you are using a scoreboard ...


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Nothing will happen I tried this on Minecraft Mac, I changed stick to TRUE, and I could not place it in the game, nor did there seem to be any glitches. This could be either due to the fact that items work differently from blocks, or it could be due to the fact that this is a reporting file, not a configuration file, as @hedgehog1029 pointed out in the ...


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This may be a bit clunky but you could have the mob drop an item which could be taken away from the player immediately and then go towards a point system. Im sure you could also do it with a scoreboard system but I'm useless at that stuff


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So the easiest way to do this is to capture players at spawn with a contraption like this: This is a large area (the whole of the spawn chunk) laced with tripwires. When a new player joins, they land here and it triggers command blocks. These command blocks: Teleport the player away from spawn Set the player's spawn point Set up their team, etc. You ...


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Junk is any of the following items: Bowl, Fishing Rod (Highly Damaged), Leather, Leather Boots (Highly Damaged), Rotten Flesh, Stick, String, Water Bottle, Bone, Ink Sac & Tripwire Hook Treasure is: Bow, Enchanted Book, Fishing Rod, Nametag, Saddle, Lily Pad, Fishing Rod (Enchanted) With an unenchanted Rod, your odds are: 85% Fish, 10% Junk, 5% ...


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Use the "Dark Sun" symbol. Or else "Nadir", "Zero Length", "Normal Sun".


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If you want only your music to play: Turn off Music in "Options" and keep the master volume up. I did this on a minecraft server with a recourcepack and it worked.


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You do /fill ~1 ~100 ~1 ~25 ~25 ~25 minecraft:stone to make a giant floating block.


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Heads face towards you when you place them. If you want to place a head face left, move to the left of the spot you're going to place it in before you place it. This is the same as almost anything else that has an orientation, so I assume you want to turn it around with commands. To rotate a head with commands, the tag you need to edit is the "Rot" byte. ...


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To delete it from Minecraft's resource pack folders, follow these instructions: Windows: Open the start menu and click on the little search bar at the bottom Type in %appdata% Press enter and/or click the folder Roaming Click .minecraft Click the resourcepacks folder Delete your resource pack Done! Linux: Open a new terminal Type in cd ...


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So the problem is that you need an open port for your server. Go to the folder your server is stored in, and look for the "server.properties" file. Open it, look for a line that read "server-ip= " now make sure this is blank if you are just doing a LAN(local area network) server, if you are hosting it make sure you put your port forwarded IP address in ...


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You have to override all of the different music files of minecraft, which are music/game/calm1-3, music/game/hal1-4, music/game/nuance1-2 and music/game/piano1-3 Otherwise the non-overridden songs will still play. Minecraft will play one of these songs every 5 minutes, which means that two songs can never overlap, however, if you are using /playsound for ...


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Due to the fact that I was only testing this system in creative and that creative inventories work differently than survival inventories, this bug occured, in survival however, it doesn't. In a creative inventory, a player saying to the server that he has a certain item, gives the player that item. So if the client thinks it has a certain item and clicks ...


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Forge and Minecraft are a bit... talkative, they often show a lot of debug log information to the user that only developers need to worry about, these are all examples of that. The first one is a mod developer being dumb and placing the code they've written in the wrong folder, this is a bad thing because if multiple mods have the exact same class name the ...


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When using selectors, all of the arguments go between the same pair of square brackets and are separated by commas. What you wanted to do is probably this: testfor @e[type=PrimedTnt,x=-272,y=58,z=-1844] You're getting the error message because you've made [x=-272 y=58 z=-1844] an argument of its own, not part of the selector. As it happens, the second ...


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The error message already gives you a hint to what is wrong: expected '{' as first char You only have your syntax a little wrong: testfor @e[type=PrimedTnt] {x=-272,y=58,z=-1844} Notice the curly braces and the commas between the coordinates. But notice, the command above is not very pretty. A more reliable and readable would be as follows: testfor ...


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If you are reloading plugins this could be the cause. Some plugins do not handle reloading very well and require the server to restart. If that does not help unfortunately you'll need to start removing plugins 1 at a time to find which is causing the issue.


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Here's a link that shows you how to use it:minecraft command block testfor certain player It says this should work: /testfor @p[r=5,name=player] I just tested this on 1.8.1 and this worked. Another problem could be that you are using { instead of [. Make sure you use the comma in between r=5 and name.


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You only get research points when you scan new things, this is visible by the icons flowing the the top right corner of the screen and the bottom left getting a bunch of "Gained X points for Y". You can also get research points via later mechanics like deconstruction tables and warp effects. There are also per research table bonus aspects (1 per type) that ...



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