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Because it's their intended behaviour. When the player sleeps, tamed cats move toward their owner and sleep near them. There is a 70% chance for a tamed cat to give the player a gift after they wake up, but only if the player sleeps at night. If a player has multiple standing tamed cats in the area, only the tamed cat that sleeps on the player may provide a ...


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An Enderman can spawn on any solid surface that has at least three empty spaces above at light level 7 or less. They are the only mob that spawns in all 3 dimensions. Just like all other mobs, Endermen need to spawn on a solid, opaque block. You can pave an area with half-slabs, stairs, or glass, among other things, to prevent them from spawning there. Here ...


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A hopper minecart cannot collect items that are on the rail. You’ll need to have the items fall in from the top, like so: With the result of: Hope this helped!


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Per the wiki on breaking, there isn't a regeneration speed, only a digging speed: The player's digging speed is controlled by three factors: the block being broken, the item the player is currently wielding, and the mining penalties affecting the player. The regeneration you see is purely visual effect. Overall, this is a simple but variable heavy ...


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Commandblocks only run while they are loaded. Because bedrock doesn't have spawnchunks like Java that are always loaded, once you're too far away (determined by your simulation distance) the chunks the commandblock is in are unloaded and it stops working. To make sure the chunk that the commandblock is in stays permanently loaded, you can use the tickingarea ...


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There was a tiny button at the bottom right of the page that when clicked on displayed a message declaring that there was a new update and that it needed to reload Bridge. After I accepted and it updated I could create new file without issue. I guess that either there was a bug in the update I was on or it didn't like me being on previous updates. Either way ...


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You're really close, all you're missing is a :. give InstantNuggets compass 1 0 {"keep_on_death":{}} The component in the give command is a json object and as such it requires a : between the key ("keep_on_death") and the value ({}).


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Visually - after 20s. The block "heals" instantaneously if you release the 'attack' button while damaging it, or aim at a different block. But if you keep holding attack, but the distance between you and the targeted block increases enough that it gets out of range, the breaking progress is frozen. It doesn't revert/heal over time, and if you close ...


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From personal experience, if you don't break it on a single mining "session", the block returns as new. The regeneration is instant. You can clearly see it on harder blocks like obsidian, if you stop just before it breaks and start over, you still need those 8-9 seconds to break it.


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You will lose them but there is a way to keep them. You will need to download your worlds on an external drive. First you have to find the file location. In your files app go to: Phone > Minecraft > com.mojang > minecraft_worlds All of your worlds will be listed here. Now take each world and compress it into a zip file (you have to do this). Move ...


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That's very unlucky. An easy solution could be to generate another world and hope to spawn in a better place. Otherwise, you could use Minecraft commands. You can change the location where a player respawns after dying to any coordinates in the game with the /spawnpoint command. In Minecraft Java Edition, the syntax to reset the spawn point for a player to a ...


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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: mindoverflow's comment


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If you have admin permissions (or in singleplayer go to "open lan game" with "enabled cheats", you can use the command: /give @p filled_map{map:#} So e.g. if you lost the map with the number 20, type /give @p minecraft:filled_map{map:20} 1 If you dont know the number of the map, go to you world-folder and take a look into the ...


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Unless you made a clone of that map, all your progress is lost. An easy solution is asking another player to clone you a complete map.


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After doing a little digging around with the /setblock command, you can actually set how many charges a respawn anchor has by using the blockstate option like so: no charges: /setblock ~~~ respawn_anchor 0 1 charge: /setblock ~~~ respawn_anchor 1 2 charges: /setblock ~~~ respawn_anchor 2 3 charges: /setblock ~~~ respawn_anchor 3 4 charges: /setblock ~~~ ...


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Use a dispenser! What you need: Redstone dust. Observers. A dispenser. Stacks of glowstone. A respawn anchor. A redstone repeater. Layout Place an observer with 3 pieces of redstone dust coming out of it in an wrap around shape. Next, place another observer to where it's observing this restone trail. Then create a trail to the adjacent face of the tile ...


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From Realms main menu, you should have a edit button next to the Realm (the pencil icon) that shows a menu with different options. What you are looking for is Members menu, which lists all the players invited. From there, you should be able to remove the access to those players you don't want on your realm. From that menu you should also be able to define ...


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You guys in fact, are not both on the Bedrock edition of Minecraft. Your friend is on the minecraft-legacy-console edition of Minecraft, while you are on the minecraft-bedrock-edition. You can see the difference by going on the main screens. Minecraft Legacy Console edition is discontinued, therefore you cannot play with your friend.


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