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Anything related to the usage of commands, command blocks and functions in the Minecraft game series. If you're building a redstone device without commands, use the "minecraft-redstone" tag instead. Always use this tag together with the "minecraft-java-edition" or "minecraft-bedrock-edition" tag.

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They read the files stored at .minecraft/saves/<wordname>/generated/minecraft/structures, so deleting/moving them from there should work. Have you tried re-opening the world or the game? Source: min …
answered Oct 14 '21 by Noah A.
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I'm almost done my map, but I'm having a problem with my /give commands. When you use @p to select the nearest player to give items to, it selects the nearest player to the command block. The problem …
asked Oct 21 '21 by Noah A.
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I am a map creator, and it's kinda hard to find structures when you have a lot saved on your laptop. So, I have a question and might need your help: How do I remove structures on a structure block? Th …
asked Oct 14 '21 by Noah A.
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I am making a map and I wanted to make the saturation slower because we all know that Minecraft Bedrock Edition's saturation is rigged and depletes so quickly. So, any ideas to make it slower? Command …
asked Oct 15 '21 by Noah A.
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I need help, I am so excited that this map is getting good, I have been asking a whole lot of questions with command blocks, but this time I need a script. What do I need to change here to make an ite …
asked Oct 23 '21 by Noah A.