I am trying to make it so that when a player jumps, their xp goes up. I have already set up the scoreboard command (/scoreboard objectives add jump minecraft.custom:jump "Jumps") and I am also trying to figure out how to use /execute to see if that score has increased, and if so, run /xp add @p 1 level. (Using /execute as would be preferable because then I wouldn't have to specify what player to add the xp to.)


1 Answer 1


First add another scoreboard which will keep track of the Jumps scoreboard

/scoreboard objectives add prevJump dummy

Now we will check if jum is higher than the last time we checked

/execute as @e if score @s prevJump < @s jump run tag @s add addXpLevel

Then we update prevJump

/xp add @e[tag=addXpLevel] 1 level

/scoreboard players add @e[tag=addXpLevel] prevJump 1

/tag @e remove addXpLevel

This will also give you 2 levels if you would jump twice in the same frame. This might be more usefull for other uses.


You must log in to answer this question.

Not the answer you're looking for? Browse other questions tagged .