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For some reason, whenever I use the /tp command, I teleport 1 block over on the positive X axis. For example, if I did "/tp -181 58 101", I would end up at the coordinates -180 58 101. I don't know if it's a problem with my computer, or the save file, but if it's either of those, or anything else, can anyone tell me what's happening?

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This is actually completely normal. If you run the command /tp -181 58 101, you will not get teleported to those exact coordinates. If you look at the decimals, you will notice you got teleported to -180.5 58 101.5. That's because you get automatically teleported to the middle of a block, so the game finds the closest middle point of a block, which is why you are half a block off if you teleport to negative coordinates (it works on the Z axis too). It's simply because -181 rounds to -180.5 rather than -181.5.

If you need exact coordinates, type in your decimal places:

/tp -181.0 58 101.0

Like this, however, you will get teleported in between 4 blocks. If you want to get teleported to the middle of that block simply put .5 in the decimal place, like so:

/tp -181.5 58 101.5

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