Addison Crump
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Using SOCKS with Minecraft
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Another Method Even though the SOCKS forwarding is not done, we can do something else (slightly more annoying to configure, but it works). Firstly, start up your SOCKS connection. Then, start up ...

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Minecraft /testfor shop help
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You'll likely want to use an impulse block with the following command (thanks @Skylinerw for reducing the command!): /give @p[r=3,score_GameTokens_min=5] cooked_porkchop 3 Followed by an always ...

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Vanilla Minecraft, @p selector Shop efficiency
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I'm writing this answer to clearly state the usage of a sign for this process. Signs in Minecraft have a JSON tag specifically for running commands called "clickEvents". I made a system using this ...

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Using SOCKS with Minecraft
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This is a documented bug... And it doesn't look like it's getting fixed anytime soon. However, I'm going to play with modifying the .jar file and edit this answer when I've found the solution through ...

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How to add attributes to existing items
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Yup! What you're doing works just fine, with some minor tweaks. To apply the attribute modifier to the item, you need to do this instead: /entitydata @e[type=Item,r=1] {Item:{tag:{AttributeModifiers:...

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How to make an automatic spawn point when you die
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You can always use a command block with the following setup: Replace <name> with your name, obviously. If you want to do this with all users on a single world, use the following command: /...

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How to join peoples minecraft world using lan
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Assuming that you're on the same local area network (LAN), it should be as simple as clicking the "Open to LAN" button while in the world you wish for them to join.

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How to use Minecraft LAN worlds in 1.8.9?
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You don't need to know your local IP address. Minecraft LAN servers are automatically detected by other active Minecraft clients. It'll even show you the local network IP on MC for you. (the bit ...

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How do you find your port for Minecraft LAN worlds?
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As I stated in my answer on your other (related) question, if you truly mean LAN worlds, you do not need to know this information. LAN worlds automatically configure this for you. Your port is shown ...

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Minecraft LAN isn't working from one computer
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There are a few things you can try... Make sure all of the following things are true: Internet is on on both computers (yeah, I know it's simple, but you'd be surprised how many people forget). You ...

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