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I, too, am wondering how to use /setblock from the console for world other than the overworld. I don't have the exact same problem as the OP, but I figure as long as I'm seeking a solution, I might as well give his/her thread a bump.
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Apr 23, 2014Sigil posted a message on Using setblock via server console to place a block in the netherPosted in: Server Support and Administration
Apr 1, 2014Posted in: Redstone Discussion and MechanismsQuote from wizardsleeeve
That vid shows more like an item sorter i Think thats not what im looking for im not sure
Well, I meant that as more of a starting point. I know you can rig it up (pretty easily, actually) to send out a pulse when the filtered item successfully passes through.
Mar 6, 2014Posted in: SuggestionsQuote from AiM_17
Let's not forget this is over-suggested.
Need I go on?
Ouch. no, you made your point pretty clear, actually. tried to search for this before I posted it. I guess my search terms weren't as flexible as I thought.
Oh well. What's done is done.
EDIT:Quote from DarkStar634
It is an interesting idea, but I don't think that nether stars would be the best material for this.
I had chosen the nether star for three reasons: (1) To mitigate the "OPness" with a suitably hard to gather material. (2) Because it's actually meant to (partially) replace the Wither in some automation builds I'd seen. (3) For fluff reasons.
Mar 5, 2014I was wondering if there was a utility, stand alone or add-on, that could be be run which would detect unedited chunks (IE chunks that were generated but never touched by the player) and delete them.Posted in: Minecraft Tools
Anyone know of something like that?
Mar 5, 2014Posted in: SuggestionsQuote from JamesBond0194TheYouTuber
withers are so hard to get and kill though....
this seems like it would remove the purposes of picks.
Hmm. Well, I killed a Wither recently. It didn't seem THAT hard (and I play on hard mode) but I had backup from one of the other players on my server. I haven't tried it solo, yet. I suppose I'll have to make that a goal. So I can get a realistic sense of it.
Picks are for mobile mining. The block breaker would pretty much be specifically for in-place automation, as the current Wither-powered builds I mention are. It's kind of a niche purpose, but then again, so are beacons.
Mar 4, 2014TLDR: I'd like to see a block - likely utilizing a nether star in it's recipe - that, when powered by a red stone pulse, breaks the block in front of it like a player with an appropriate tool. This either drops the block as an item, or sucks the block up into an internal inventory.Posted in: Suggestions
I've been wandering around the forums and Youtube, admiring the clever things people do for automation. Some of these designs utilize Withers to break blocks. Personally, I think this is very neat, and it reminds me of a block I once saw on a Tekkit server. This block, when given a red stone pulse, would break the block in front of it just as a player with the appropriate tool could. It would then put the dropped item into a pipe network to be shipped off somewhere.
So I got to thinking: Since people are using Withers to break blocks, why not have the nether stars they drop be used in a "block breaker" recipe? My original thought was a recipe similar to the piston, except replacing the wood planks with picks, and the red stone dust with a nether star, but I'd be happy just to see a block breaker in Vanilla.
EDIT: If you like this idea, please up-vote this post.
Feb 5, 2014Greetings, forum! I've heard there was a way to keep a chunk loaded* in Vanilla Minecraft using the properties of hoppers, or some such. Does anyone know if this is true, and if so, how to do it?Posted in: Redstone Discussion and Mechanisms
If not with hoppers, is there any way? If so, how?
*Obviously, the game has to keep running for any chunks to be loaded.
Feb 5, 2014Oh man. I wish I'd seen this thread before the contest started. I'm pretty good at comming up with stuff, but I'm lazy about it. A contest like this would be just what I need to light a fire under my butt and start being more efficient.Posted in: Redstone Discussion and Mechanisms
I trust after this contest is over, another will be held in the future?
Dec 15, 2013Sigil posted a message on How do I stop a summoned Enderdragon from spawning a portal?Posted in: Redstone Discussion and MechanismsQuote from Bluemadness
To my knowledge, neither of those things are possible... Why don't you want the portal?
Idea I had for "Random" dragon bosses in the over world. Ah well.
Dec 13, 2013Sigil posted a message on How do I stop a summoned Enderdragon from spawning a portal?When I summon an Enderdragon using command blocks, how do I do so in such a way that when killed, it won't drop an end portal? As a bonus, can I make it drop the egg without also dropping the portal?Posted in: Redstone Discussion and Mechanisms
Thanks in advance for any help.
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