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I'm trying to set up a command that sets everyone in a 27 by 27 square into adventure mode with the exception of myself.

/gamemode adventure @a[name=!JP2K],[distance=..27,]

This didn't work, and even if it did, the distance command is only a radius, so that doesn't help much either.

Help would be much appreciated!

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Here is a command that might work.

/gamemode adventure @a[x=1,y=2,z=3,dx=4,dy=5,dz=6,name=!JP2K]

Replace 1,2,3 with the x,y,z of the search center. Basically where you want to start with the search radius which is 4,5,6. Replace 4 with how far out on the X axis you want to go. Replace 5 with how far out on the Y axis you want to go. Replace 6 with how far out on the X axis you want to go. Hope this helps! :)

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No brackets around the comma and no comma before the closing bracket:

/gamemode adventure @a[name=!JP2K,distance=..27]

I recommend looking up a commands tutorial or at least example commands instead of guessing the syntax.

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  • i thought the distance command is a radius and not an area?
    – JP2K
    Mar 28, 2019 at 18:37
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    /gamemode adventure @a[name=!JP2K,distance=..27] this is the correct syntax i believe. but it is still a radius command not an area command
    – JP2K
    Mar 28, 2019 at 18:43
  • name=!JP2K, not nameR!JP2K
    – pppery
    Jun 22, 2019 at 16:00
  • @pppery Thanks. I didn't press the button long enough on my phone keyboard. There was also a [ instead of the second =, that's fixed now as well. Jun 22, 2019 at 16:36
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/gamemode adventure @a[name=!JP2k, distance=..27]

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  • the issue with this is that distance indicates a circular area, not a square area. you'd need to use the x= y= z= dx= dy= dz= method instead.
    – xTerrene
    Apr 4, 2019 at 1:06

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