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[edit] Console?

The article refers to a server "console". This suggests that there's a GUI beyond the mere comand window from which the server is run. Either the wording should be changed to "command window", or else "console" should be linked to an anchor in the Server article where console form and function (comand window in which messages and input are both operative) could be (but are not yet) clarified. Jeffryfisher (talk) 20:01, 30 January 2014 (UTC)

[edit] /killall command?

I have seen another command! it's /killall... (SORRY IF ITS ALREADY THERE. AND I DON'T LIKE ADMINS HOW THEY BULLY ME AND IM 11 YEARS OLD.) 123.243.222.122 04:16, 11 January 2014 (UTC)

This is added by mods (such as Single Player Commands) and/or modded servers (Bukkit, Tekkit, etc.); it's not in vanilla Minecraft. -- Orthotopetalk 05:28, 11 January 2014 (UTC)
I know what I'm saying now is unnecessary, but you CAN do /killall (sort of) in the new 1.8 snapshots. You can do /kill @e, although that will kill you, so you can do /kill @e[type=!Player]. Willingham yAAOz (talk) 01:30, 29 January 2014 (UTC)

[edit] Snapshot

Didn't 14w02a add more arguments for testfor? I have seen {SelectedItemSlot} --tonkku107 «Talk
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Yes it did. You can now put NBT Data after the player selector like {SelectedItemSlot:0} or something DoowawM (talk) 01:37, 18 February 2014 (UTC)

[edit] Add planned tp angle argument

Can someone do this? Not quite sure what or where this information belongs.--72.83.62.225 23:02, 18 January 2014 (UTC)

[edit] Clone command does not work in Nether

...Nether:

I'm not too sure if this is true, but I was testing something in the Nether and the /clone command doesn't seem to work there. It says "Cannot copy blocks out of world" or something similar. It seems that /clone was meant for the overworld "world", and not for other dimensions (similar to how compasses don't work or beds explode). I haven't tried this in the End, but I think it's the same that goes for that. Willingham yAAOz (talk) 01:30, 29 January 2014 (UTC)


...Single Player:

v 1.7.4 says "unknown command". I wanted to practice with this uber-powerful command before unleashing it on my server, but that appears to be impossible.

Further note: Clone shows an optional [mode] parameter, but no explanation is given for what that's for. Can anyone add that? Jeffryfisher (talk) 01:31, 10 February 2014 (UTC)

As stated in the article's history section, /clone was added in the 1.8 snapshots, so it does not exist in 1.7.4 . Added clarification of the mode parameter. -- Orthotopetalk 01:55, 10 February 2014 (UTC)

[edit] Article structure

Some questions to consider:

  1. Should the title of this article be singular? "Command" instead of "Commands", leaving the plural as a redirect here?
  2. Should the sections on identifiers and their arguments (@p, etc.) from Command Block be moved here?
  3. Is it time to arrange the commands by headings rather than as table rows? With some of these commands there is a lot more that could be discussed, examples that could be provided, etc. – and it's difficult to do that in a table cell.

munin · Grid Book and Quill.png Grid Stone Pickaxe.png · 04:43, 17 February 2014 (UTC)

Since the article is inherently about multiple commands, not just one, I think it makes more sense to have the title plural, similar to the Mobs and Flowers articles. -- Orthotopetalk 15:36, 18 February 2014 (UTC)
1. I think it should be Commands, because it is about more than one command.
2. A brief summary of the @p, @a, @r, and the upcoming @e should probably be included, but it should also be on the command block page as that it what I think they were meant for (I think).
3. I think they should be under headings to have spaces for examples and detailed ways they work. Dragon29 29 (talk) 13:02, 24 February 2014 (UTC)

[edit] Cubic search overwrites radius search

After some testing I figured that the cubic search always overwrites the radius search, no matter the order it's put (given that you use the argument,value structure, and not the 'trick' where you don't have to insert the argument for the first 4 inputs where the 4th is referred to as the maximum search radius).

Now isn't it an idea to put, behind the description of the cubic arguments, that they overwrite the radius argument? Just to make sure that people don't waist their time trying to insert a radius AND a cubic search (for whatever strange reason that may be).

--Den3107 (talk) 19:53, 18 March 2014 (UTC)