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Your /tp command block should be conditional. Right now, it's just tp'ing the nearest player whenever the block is loaded.


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According to any info about Realms I can find, it doesn't keep any sort of logs that can be accessed by the owner; therefore there is no way to check who was on it when beyond the last login. Features such as a proper record of login times, chat logs, etc. are only part of a "real" server, whether hosted through a hosting company or run on a computer of ...


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Lure-able animals temporarily ignore (like a following cooldown) you when you switch from holding an item that the mobs like, to a different item, and then switching back to it (I would guess that in this situation, you were holding a flower in your hand, switched to a sword to kill the skeleton, then switched back to the flower). A few things could solve ...


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This faq gives a good overview, on the one hand giving solutions to set up separate local worlds folders if multiple people play on the same computer login, and on the other hand mentioning that "you can also just create a different computer user account", so it seems it will be available to all users on that computer.


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It's due to unloading chunks If you want to use commandblocks all over the map, you need to place them in the spawn chunk. The spawnchunk is the area you spawn in (when not using a bed). This chunk is always loaded, so commandblocks will work even if there is no player near it


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the command i would use would just to type /give @s diamond_sword if it doesn't work for you, then im sorry, thats all the advice i have. And if you want it enchanted, after youve got the sword, you use the command /enchant.


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Use this command: /give @s barrier For some reason the namespaced ID of barriers isn't listed on its own wiki page, so I went to the list of Bedrock Edition data values to find it.


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Cats will not take fall damage, although they will still try to avoid falling off cliffs. I’m not sure about your iron golem situation, but I do believe that it is impossible to make a java-style iron farm with villagers.


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There are a bunch of fancy ways to do this, but I would recommend the simplest one: Using /setblock to remove the button and later place it back whenever you want. That way the player immediately sees that they can't request another cube and won't try to push the button more often (because it's gone). And when the button is back again, they immediately see ...


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Use the gamemode tag. 1.13+: /teleport @a[gamemode=survival] x y z 1.12-: /teleport @a[m=0] x y z (0 = survival, 1 = creative, 2 = adventure, 3 = spectator) This'll teleport all players in survival mode to the location you specify; if you want to teleport the nearest player only, replace @a with @p. In bedrock, only the 1.12 style command works.


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To use selectors for scores, just use /testfor @p[scores={SCOREBOARDOBJECTIVEHERE = AMMOUNT}] in your case, it may be: /testfor @p[scores={Coin=..2}]


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Prehaps it's a broken achievement as since the Village and Pillage update you can't properly tame ocelots, as tamable cats are now a thing in villages. The fact that the achievement is still existing might be an oversight.


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You're doing a Java Edition command in Bedrock Edition. Try /tellraw @a {"rawtext":[{"text":"[DizzyKitty] Hi"}]}.


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I've managed to design a "through" station, basing on a fairly simple slimeblock contraption: This substitutes a segment of rail behind the powered rail with a solid block. Add power to the powered rail, and off you go. Don't forget to inlay the area around the slime blocks with non-sticky blocks (obsidian, droppers/furnaces, or glazed terracotta.)


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the most simple way to do this is with one repeating commandblock just enter this command: /execute @e[name=(name of player you are hunting)] ~ ~ ~ /setworldspawn ~ ~ ~ and your compass will always point to them


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I don't think you can, but you can "give" a named/enchanted item by cloning a chest that has the item you want. Store the chest in a safe place and then clone it somewhere nearby the player you wish to give it to.


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I've also noticed a problem similar to this when I was trying to do commands to give sticks, wooden pickaxes, and shovels sharpness and knock-back enchantments. It seems like there's a either a glitch or a parity issue where unlike Java Edition, Bedrock Edition has a set specific limit on the kinds of enchantments that are allowed for certain items (for ex: ...


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Found mine in c:\users[my_user]\AppData\Roaming.minecraft\saves. I am using the Java edition, on Windows 10 (version 1909).


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The reason is because mobs only spawn from 148 blocks away from caves, if it is closer, the mobs will spawn in the caves instead of the mob farm. There's a solution to this. You can build the farmer on the ground but only if you lit up all the caves and dark spots in a 148 blocks radius. You can do one out of the two, either build it high up or build it on ...


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It is impossible to detect what block a player is holding unlike tools, what you could do instead is use tags.


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You could use tags, or this command: effect @a[c=!1] poison 100 1 The c= means closest players, so c=2 is the closest 2 players, and c=!1 means not the closest one player.


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Some of the only solutions would be to connect a keyboard or have a player with a pc join, maybe there is some way to have your controller configured like a keyboard though.


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you could use a repeating command block that has this command: /execute @e[type=snowball] ~ ~ ~ detect ~ ~-1 ~ [block ground is made of] [tile data] /summon lightning_bolt ~ ~ ~ then in a attached chain command block put this: execute @e[type=lightning_bolt] ~ ~ ~ /summon ender_crystal then add a final chain command block that does this /execute @e[type=...


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you could use this command: /summon skeleton "TheMinion" ~ ~ ~ or you could use dispensers with named spawn eggs


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In Minecraft bedrock, entities like snowballs can not have effects so there is no way to easily hide the snowball, one thing you can do is make a texture pack to hide the snowball, or have an invisible entity (armor stand) be teleported in front of the snowball (using ^ and facing) then have the entity be teleported in the direction the snowball was heading, ...


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it is not possible to give yourself an item with a preset name/text, but what you can use instead is a contraption that makes a dropper drop the renamed item then ./tp the item to a player


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one thing that you could do would be to place a hopper under the chest leading into another double chest, or you could have a overflow protection device that burns/destroys extra items, to have the chest system vertically you could have chests like this:


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You must be part of the Minecraft Partner Program. On this page, you can apply. Keep in mind that demand to be a partner is very high; it is common to have to wait several months to even hear a reply. You also must show that you have the skills to create content, such as a portfolio of existing creations (worlds, skins, etc.) that you have personally ...


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This should do what you want: The main track is shown as powered rails here. It could also be straight, but by putting the circuit at a corner, the wiring gets neater for the screenshot. When the minecart drives onto the intersection rail piece, it goes straight onto the circuit. When it drives over the detector rail, it switches the intersection, but that ...


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You can do that by downloading the Fake Ores mod, which you can download at Curseforge. This mod will add fake ores in your Minecraft world. When you break a fake ore, it becomes alive and then attacks you. All fake ores may drops some items that allows you to craft the Ores Boss spawner. A cup spawn when you kill the Ores Boss.


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Depends on the ore. But assuming we are talking vanilla minecraft: Redstone ore has the interesting property that is emits a signal when steped on or otherwise interacted with. So you could simply place a command block right next to it and have that execute whoever you want killed.


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There is no way to do this without cheats unfortunately


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According to Minecraft PS4 Bedrock FAQ, some content does not carry over to bedrock edition, and so it will not be available on other platforms and, as other people found that star wars pack does not carry over (PlayStation community post on the same problem), I think that this is the case. WILL DOWNLOADABLE CONTENT I CURRENTLY OWN TRANSFER OVER TO THE ...


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The file bedrock_server_how_to.html in the same compressed file as the server contains some information: On some systems, when you wish to connect to the server using a client running on the same machine as the server is running on, you will need to exempt the Minecraft client from UWP loopback restrictions: CheckNetIsolation.exe LoopbackExempt –a –p=S-1-...


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Sadly not. Education Edition is functionally different from the rest of the game; objects such as specialty blocks, the Code Builder function, and NPCs are unique to EE and thus mean it cannot be ported to any other version.


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This happens pretty often when playing a world with behaviour or resource packs. When it happens, the easiest way to fix it is to save and quit (assuming you can remember where the buttons are, since they disappear). Alternatively, you can just close the game and reopen it, though this may lose some progress since the last autosave.


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There's a "Hide HUD" option. Tap/click the pause button (or where the pause button should be if it's hidden), go to settings, and turn off that option.


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You can make an end portal in survival cheats or creative! Items needed: 9 random blocks (Don't use the blocks that the portal is on), 9 end portal parts, 12 eyes of ender (Blaze powder + ender pearl) Step 1: Make a 3 by 3 hole in the ground (1 block deep) Step 2: Fill it in with random blocks (Not the blocks that the portal is on) Step 3: Stand at the ...


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No you can't. You'll only recieve it when you first killed the Ender Dragon. So you can: Use cheats: /give @a dragon_egg.


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Only the first ender dragon killed will spawn the egg, so the only ways to get it again are either to reset the end or using cheats.


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The previous answers do provide one possible solution, however, if you are on a mobile device or a computer, you can also access the world files directly, copy them to a media transfer device, and transfer them that way. This is similar to the way uploading/downloading maps works for adventure and puzzle maps (which is another option you have to transfer ...


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Light comes from light sources (like Torches, Fire, Lava, Glowstone, Sea Lantern, campfire, beacon, Redstone lamp, lantern etc.) or from the sky. Depending on what you want to achieve there are different ways to help you. If you want your whole hall to appear uniformly bright you will most likely need to have a design featuring an open roof (since we are ...


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I've actually done this a few times - taken a copy of a world from my Xbox One so that I could play it on my Windows 10 PC (the concept is the same) - but there are a couple of prerequisites: You'll need an active subscription, whether paid or free trial (see bullet points), to Minecraft Realms/Realms Plus. Realms/Realms Plus is basically a private, invite-...


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I have found a solution. If you create a copy, then make it infinite, it will load the chunks. Unfortunately, you no longer have an old world.


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I don't believe it's possible on the Bedrock edition without mods.


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If by 'offline' you mean 'not on Wi-Fi' and by 'data' you mean 'mobile phone data' then I would assume that it is infact, using data.


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The $ sign is not a valid minecraft id. I assume you mean the §, because it does work. Example: Put a sword in an anvil and type: §4Cool Guy That wil get you a sword with a blue tag, Cool Guy. Buy the way, does anyone know how to type the § sign on a iphone 8???


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An iCloud backup will save your minecraft worlds, I got a new iPad last year and when setting it up I selected the iOS 12 backup from my old iPad mini, and after the backup was done I went into minecraft on the new device, and all my old worlds from my old iPad were there.


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PewDiePie plays survival mode. you can determine this by looking at his status bar, it shows health, hunger, and armor. Creative mode do not have these as the player is invulnerable.


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The reason is because mobs only spawn from 148 blocks away from caves, if it is closer, the mobs will spawn in the caves instead of the mob farm. There's a solution to this. You can build the farmer on the ground but only if you lit up all the caves and dark spots in a 148 blocks radius. You can do one out of the two, either build it high up or build it on ...


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