Chris Fuge created a post, May 09, 2022 18:08
Trying to create a game where two teams will play against each other. I'd like to keep them balanced as much as possible, no more than 1 off from each other.
Right now I'm just using /fill to plac...
Chris Fuge commented, April 26, 2022 20:48
I just played with it a bit and it should just switch the player to adventure (cant build/break) when they leave their area and put them back on creative when they return. It only affects the playe...
Chris Fuge commented, April 26, 2022 20:36
Bryan Sanders Maybe the update affected it, I haven't been on Minecraft lately so I'm not sure. It sounds more like what Emma has tested with gamemodes being changed. If I remember correctly (and i...
Chris Fuge commented, April 25, 2022 18:52
It should remember their number and they should join back in correctly. Are they perhaps using a different account maybe? Do your students sign in with unique logins, or generic ones for each...
Chris Fuge commented, February 22, 2022 03:57
There are two commands I use for this in EE.
/gamerule sendcommandfeedback false
/gamerule commandblockoutput false
Chris Fuge commented, December 08, 2021 22:34
Sounds like you learned a lot!!
The [r=10] is just to select a player within a radius10 blocks.
Chris Fuge commented, December 08, 2021 18:59
John, turn on coordinates and go to 13, 4, -6. You may need to temporarily turn off command blocks:/gamerule commandblocksenabled falseThat way it doesn't teleport you into the build area.I used th...
Chris Fuge commented, November 23, 2021 22:26
I thought they added it as a game setting in one of the recent updates. Another way would be to place a command block in the world and set it to repeat and always active. Then you could just add th...
Chris Fuge commented, October 25, 2021 20:01
Kevin, I love this idea. I too have needed to have PVP on for just certain areas. It would be nice if the command could function in just certain areas.
Chris Fuge commented, August 15, 2021 21:48
Aleece Landis I just tested an idea and it might work well.
You can use the nametag like you mentioned, and have the students use an anvil to "spell" the word and then place it on an animal. In tha...