I'm attempting to make an area on my server, where you can play in survival. I don't want people to go there in creative, so I want to change their gamemode with the same block or button click as the teleporting one.

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    Have you tried anything yet? In any SE site, we expect you to try first. Then, post what went wrong and well be more than glad to help you.
    – GamerM
    Jun 7, 2018 at 19:43
  • Here is the wiki on command blocks. It is a good read if you are going to be dealing with command blocks. I recommend the section on chained execution.
    – IronAnvil
    Jun 8, 2018 at 22:07

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the orange(impulse) command block is set on needs redstoneand the green(chain) command block is set on always active The Command In the 1st Command Block is: gamemode 0 @p The Command In the 2nd Command Block is: tp @p **the coördinates you want them to teleport to**

This is very very basic. You better try out some things by yourself. I'm 13 and I work with these things for like 4 years, and I also just started by the /tp command. Now I make projects with over 300 command blocks. Just try some things out at youself and use the minecraft wiki to help you. Even I learn new things every day. The project you see in the background is also just a project for a working sniper. It's fun if you can create everything you want you should really learn command block coding yourself! enter image description here


Behind the button, put a redstone current that powers a repeater pointing to a command block. In that command block, do /gamemode 0, and start another redstone current from behind that command block. Same thing, put a repeater powered by that current pointing to a command block and do /tp @p [coordinates]. That way it will set the player's gamemode to survival, then teleport it to the destination.

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    It is recommended not to mix redstone and command blocks. In the case of this answer, you can avoid all redstone by using chained execution since it is advising the use of two command blocks anyway.
    – IronAnvil
    Jun 8, 2018 at 21:55

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