Is there a limit to the number of command_blocks that can be chained consecutively ?
Or is there a more efficient way of doing the following ;
- I have a lectern that will trigger a pulse when the book pages are turned.
- This pulse is fed (via comparator block) to command_blocks side-by-side in the same position. (Using 'Unconditional' so it doesn't matter, right ?)
- For now, there are 3 command_blocks, but only the first two are executed - i thought maybe the signal was weakening, so i added a repeater_block between the 2nd & 3rd one but that didn't work either.
atm, they only do 'say' commands for testing, but i intend to use them for a series of /setblock commands.
just to add - except for the 'dust' from the Lectern which turns right, everything else is in a single file horizontally (and same elevation).
So you're not actually chaining anything. The chain command blocks are "Green." How they work is you place them after a command block and the arrow of the previous command block has to point at the next command block in the chain.
So your first command block will be that impulse orange/tan color command block. Then place your second command block on top of it set to "Always Active" and "Unconditional."
Then place your third command block on top of the previous green command block. Set it to "unconditional" "Always Active" this will work.
Separate all 3 commands with a repeater. sooo it'll be
Yeah also I know you said to ignore the picture but you should really figure out how to make it work. You'll encounter this problem in the future.
First off... Your first command block is facing up. It needs to be facing towards the second command block. Secondly. Your second and third command blocks are incorrect. You should have them as the GREEN command blocks set to UNCONDITIONAL and ALWAYS ACTIVE.
Doing that L shape might work but you're going to encounter this problem in the future and using chain command blocks is one of the more valuable features of commands. Your setup in the picture is nearly perfect. You just need to change the orientation of the first block and then the settings of the next 2