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When you allocate memory to a Java program, Java hogs all that memory even when it's not being used. Giving Java your entire PC's memory is going to crash your computer If you're just running a vanilla server, you don't need much RAM. Six gigabytes is already pretty overkill.


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You can't just download the repo and zip it into a .jar file. I don't know how this mod works, but it seems that you're supposed to use the build tool included in the repository to build the source code into a usable mod.


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The warning is indeed caused by enabling snapshots. Snapshots are intermediate releases that aren't tested properly. A snapshot may contain game breaking bugs like accidentally regenerating chunks in your worlds. It might be highly unstable, where certain new mobs may crash your game. Like, hard crash to desktop because an error occured that Java is unable ...


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If you only use relative coordinates (~) in a tp command, The entity will get teleported to the location where the command got executed example the command block. To change that, I suggest you to use /execute as <entity> at @s run <your command>. Example /execute as @p at @s run tp @s ~ ~1 ~ I hope that solve your problem!


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While I can't exactly pinpoint what version of Minecraft you're playing on (from the textures, it seems like 1.14+), it does at least look like you are the owner of a multiplayer server. Here are a few troubleshooting options you might have available to you: Try recreating the team again - At least through some of my testing, it seems like what you are ...


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The syntax for enchanted items has changed a bit in 1.13, meaning the accepted answer ni longer works. The ench tag has been renamed to Enchantments The id field of an enchantment is now a string, rather than an integer. Thus, to give a player a diamond sword with Smite 2 and Knockback 30, one would now use: /give @p diamond_sword{Enchantments:[{id:"...


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Ilmango's "Sciblock" was made like this, and he provides a video tutorial for getting the pack to work in 1.14. Afterwards you should be able to upgrade your world to latest.


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Besides finding the Minecraft folder and unpacking the files, it also adds a launcher profile configured correctly for starting Minecraft with Optifine. See the installation instructions ("For Minecraft 1.6.2 and newer") at MC forum for manual installation procedures.


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No, this is not possible. Getting the email address would be against several laws protecting private information, and there's no build-in way to communicate based on just a in game name.


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It seems like Gnembon's recent Scarpet script for mapping the world in-game would be the best tool to prepare the 'pattern' of the map. Obviously you can't use this directly to create the nether hub... or if you can, it would be very troublesome. But what you can do: Start a separate server with a copy of your world and Carpet mod version 1.4. Install the ...


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I have the required class file to make it work, but all the links that had it are now gone. Create a .java file and put the following code inside: public class rh extends xa { public void a() { this.b = (xv)new hd(kd.m, 0.5D, 0.0D); this.g = 1; } public cl b() { return (cl)new jd(this.a, this.a.s()); } public ...


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If all the installer does is extract the jar file and copy it to the Minecraft directory, then you should be able to copy the extracted file, give it to your friend (via Google Drive, Dropbox, etc) and have them put it in the correct directory. Then they should be good to go!


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1.14 makes this possible without having to modify the language files. The answer lies in the item's lore. The lore text is displayed on the item's hover text. And with 1.14, you can now style your lore text using JSON text components, meaning you can make your lore text look just like the CanPlaceOn list. For these advanced commands, I recommend using a ...


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I don't remember the name of the program but I can check if needed. What you want to do is put your Minecraft folder where you want it then create a symbolic link in the usual place. Minecraft will look in the usual place and follow the link to the new location like a shortcut. This effectively changes the location.


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To view objectiveA's variable you could use /tellraw @s {"score":{"name":"@s","objective":"objectiveA"}} which would print the variable in chat to whatever player executes it change the objectiveA part to any other objective and it will still work p.s i got the /tellraw command from https://minecraft.tools/...


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This used to be possible in Minecraft 1.12, where you would see the objective's type. You would get the following when typing /scoreboard objectives list. Showing 2 objective(s) on scoreboard: - Objective1: displays as 'First Objective' and is type 'xp' - Objective2: displays as 'Second Objective' and is type 'dummy' In 1.13+, you get the following result ...


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I had a Punch I, Infinity, and feather Falling IV and I used it on my bow thinking my book will give me back the unused one, but no. It does not give your Enchantments back. Try using the jumbled enchanted books on important stuff like armor and weaponry. That's all.


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You can convert maps from both version with MCC Tool:


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There are currently 2 versions of Minecraft, Bedrock and Java. Bedrock This is the version on most devices. If you play on a console, mobile device, or go through the Windows store, this is the version you are using. It's designed to allow players on all platforms to play together. Java This is the way the game was originally developed and has been ...


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The Minecraft Java Edition and the Windows 10 Edition (Bedrock Edition) are coded differently. At the moment, there is no way to redeem the Java Edition by buying the Windows 10 version (coded in C++). In the other way, previously, there was a possibility to redeem the Win 10 version with a Minecraft Java Edition.


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Bedrock edition and Java edition are different. You need to buy them separately. You can't merge.


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This answer applies to both Bedrock and Java edition. This answer was written for version 1.16; later versions might differ if the world generation changes. The Short Answer Dig a 2-tall, 1-wide tunnel through Y 12 and Y 13. Y 11 will be visible below your feet and Y 14 will be visible above your head. Y 11, Y 12, Y 13 and Y 14 are all very good for lapis. ...


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You don't need to detect when it's raining to do that. Simply set the doWeatherCycle gamerule to false and run /weather rain in your function (the one that's registered in load.json). When the weather cycle gamerule is true, the weather can change naturally. When it's false, it can only be changed with commands.


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yes, you can move the Minecraft Launcher files to an offline computer, and it will start fine, remembering your installed versions, their icons and names, and so on, but, you'll need to be online anyway to boot up the game because the launcher needs to; log in to verify you've bought the game, re-download any version files to verify itself, i assume, seeing ...


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Instead of teleporting the armorstand to the player, teleport the player to the armorstand. To now move the armorstand use the motion nbt tag (This one: {Motion:[0.0d,1.0d,0.0d]}), you'll have to tweak the motion nbt tag until it's similar to the players jump height. And to my knowledge this is the only way to make armorstand movement smoother.


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/execute as @a[nbt={SelectedItem:{id:"minecraft:iron_pickaxe"}}] run say "I am holding a Pickaxe" ID doesn't require these '[]' anymore.


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you can use the replacenear command to replace one type of block at a time. The only downside of this is that you have to run it multiple times


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Answering myself here, I figured it out (wouldn't have needed to ask here, Trial and Error lol). As per the German Minecraft Wiki, you can specify a path to your world folder. Using something like I mentioned above works perfectly fine. This might help to clear up confusion if you change your active world every now and then: level-name=<directory>/<...


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1.15 Update Entering JSON text is now easier in 1.15 because NBT string tags can use single quotes '. Instead of: /give @s dirt{display:{Name:"[{\"text\":\"Earth\", \"color\":\"green\"}]"}} Try: /give @s dirt{display:{Name:'[{"text":"Earth","color":"green"}]'}}


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It is actually quite easy to do! Just put this command in a repeating command block and power the command block when you want to activate it. /execute at @e[type=minecraft:potion,limit=1,sort=nearest] unless block ~ ~-0.7 ~ minecraft:air run fill ~-1 ~-1 ~-1 ~1 ~1 ~1 minecraft:fire replace air This command will make all potions to Molotovs! That's why you ...


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It is hard to give an accurate answer without knowing what version you are playing in! but if you are playing in 1.13+ this command works: /fill ~ ~ ~ ~10 ~ ~10 minecraft:cobblestone_slab[type=bottom,waterlogged=false] If you want you can also add replace minecraft:air at the end to only replace a specific block! Next time you ask a question, let us know ...


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You must use ~ ~2 ~ instead of @p! If you teleport an entity to another entity the entity you teleport will always get teleported to the feat! But if you only replace @p with ~ ~2~ the minecart will be teleported to the command block! To fix that you must do it like this: /execute as @p at @s run tp @e[type=minecraft:chest_minecart,y=3] ~ ~2 ~ I hope that ...


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The solution you will need probably will involve the editing of NBT tags to set the speed and direction. NBT tags go in the {}s at the end of the /summon command: /summon arrow ~ ~ ~ {NBT} I'm afraid I can’t provide a full answer at this time, but you can consider looking at these Minecraft Wiki articles: Entity format Arrow


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If you think your C drive has been overwritten a lot, there's probably no way to get it back I'm afraid. Disk recovery services can be found locally that may be able to help but I wouldn't get your hopes up. If you're wondering where to find Minecraft saves (in case you hadn't already checked), you can find them in %appdata%/.minecraft/saves for the default ...


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Sorry, not possible. You can only set items to be able to break ALL of one block type, or NONE. It is not possible to choose only certain breakable blocks. You can try using commands to replace the decoration block if a player tries to break it, and kill the item drops before the player can pick them up. Or, you can consider retexturing a different block to ...


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For a while, I used MCreator to make my own personal mod. If you're interested, I added a sword which could summon lightning bolts. Very little coding experience is needed. Of course, for the complicated stuff such as summoning lightning bolts, you will need to play around with code, but like I did, you could always ask the MCreator forums.


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This can be accomplished fairly easily using the /execute store and /data get commands: /execute store result score <player or fake player name> <objective name> run data get entity <player> Pos[0] (the Pos array is in the order [X, Y, Z], so Pos[0] is the X coordinate)


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TL;DR: Ask an admin but don't get your hopes up Not too long; did read: On a server, you can ask an admin (or anyone with access to the server's file system) to replace your current player.dat file with the one for your old account. Most likely though they won't do this unless it's a small server and you can provide proof that you own both accounts. On a ...


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You can go inside your resource pack folder, search for .barrier, and you can change the barrier block file to something visible. I found a mod for 1.8.9, but not for 1.15 for 1.16.


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If you use a mouse, click left click. If you have a trackpad, click with one finger on the trackpad. Hope this helps!


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You can modify your player.dat file to change your gamemode. For this you'll need an NBT editor which can edit Minecraft's .dat files. I recommend NBTExplorer for this. It's available for both Windows and Mac. Download and install NBTExplorer (or your editor of choice but I'm writing this with the assumption of NBTExplorer) and locate your player.dat file. ...


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If you don't mind using mods there is an in game NBT editor mod. Simply look at the entity (or tile entity like chests/spawners) and use the /nbtedit command. It brings up a nice little GUI for you to work with and multiple save states for NBT data if you need to paste them. You can also edit yourself with /nbtedit me. Warning: this mod can and will corrupt ...


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You can modify your player.dat file to get back to the overworld. For this you'll need an NBT editor which can edit Minecraft's .dat files. I recommend NBTExplorer for this. It's available for both Windows and Mac. Download and install NBTExplorer (or your editor of choice but I'm writing this with the assumption of NBTExplorer) and locate your player.dat ...


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As other answers suggest you can use third party programs to rebind a key or key combination to F3. Other options include the Windows on screen keyboard if you're actually using Windows. You can install a minimap mod if there is one for whichever version of MC you're playing. They usually display coordinates. If the mod or an equivalent exists for your MC ...


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Minecraft Java Edition is not at all linked to Minecraft Bedrock Edition. If your child's friends actually play Java Edition then you will need a server to play on if you want to play together. You can search for servers online, there are plenty of server ranking sites with recommendations. They can either join one of those servers, or if they're all ...


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Putting spaces in the scoreboard objective heading The scoreboard objective ID cannot contain spaces, that is, the ID that you reference the objective with. However, the display name can contain spaces, simply by putting spaces in the JSON text component. Because this functionality wasn't present in the screenshot, you may have thought that it isn't possible....


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According to this Raspberry Pi Minecraft V1.12 Server – Excellent Performance Guide blog, even a Raspberry Pi 4 is not very well suited as a Minecraft Server. Should you try this? Let me answer a big question right off the bat. Should you buy a Raspberry Pi just to run it as a Minecraft server? Absolutely not. If you just want to run a Minecraft server, ...


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If your keyboard actually has no F keys (which I somewhat doubt), you have a few options to generate an F3 keystroke. Make an AHK script to bind a key combo to F3. This script will bind ALT+3 to generate the F3 key press: !3:: send {f3} Of course you can modify this to be whatever key or key combo you want. I have had very good luck using AHK for this ...


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Use serverpro. They have free servers as long as you’re ok with waiting in a queue and getting a new ip every day (you have to complete a renew every hour or it’ll go down.) If you have a lot of friends on, I recommend premium. Its $60 a year and if you have friends always playing they can chip in. With premium theres no queue and no renew (so you can keep ...


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You can also select the item in your hotbar and use /data get entity @s SelectedItem, which reveals only the NBT of the item with less extra data.


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