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Help with running commands

Discussion in 'Skript' started by Antimattur, Sep 6, 2021.

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  1. Antimattur

    Antimattur Member

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    SOLVED:
    in case anyone was wondering I just had quotes around the tags section


    Script Version : 2.5.3
    Script Author: Antimattur
    Minecraft Version: 1.16.5
    Full Code:
    Code (Text):
    1. on right click:
    2.     if player is holding stick with name "wand":
    3.         set {_player} to player
    4.         make console execute "/execute at %{_player}% run summon armor_stand ^ ^ ^5 {NoGravity:1b, Silent:1b, Invulnerable:1b, Invisible:1b, Tags:["aim"]}"
    5.         if distance between location of targeted entity of player and location of player is less than 10:
    6.             set {_aim} to location of targeted entity of player
    7.             drawLine particle redstone, RGB 0, 1, 1, center player, target {_aim}, id "%player%", solid true, density 5, length 0, zigZag count 0, height 0, visibleRange 32, displacementXYZ 0, 1.2, 0, pulseDelay 1
    8.             make console execute "/kill @e[type=armor_stand,tag=aim]"
    9.              
    10. command /wand:
    11.     trigger:
    12.         give player stick with name "wand"
    13. command /aimloc:
    14.     trigger:
    15.         make console execute "/execute at %{_player}% run summon armor_stand ^ ^ ^5 {NoGravity:1b, Silent:1b, Invulnerable:1b, Invisible:1b, Tags:["aim"]}"
    Errors
    Can't understand this condition/effect: make console execute "execute at %{_player}"% run summon armor_stand ^ ^ ^5 {NoGravity:1b, Silent:1b, Invulnerable:1b, Invisible:1b, Tags:["aim"]}" (wand.sk, line 4: 'make console execute Can't understand this condition/effect: make console execute "execute at %{_player}"% run summon armor_stand ^ ^ ^5 {NoGravity:1b, Silent:1b, Invulnerable:1b, Invisible:1b, Tags:["aim"]}"')

    Other Useful Info:
    Addons using (including versions):


    SkDragon v0.17.5
    SkRayFall v1.9.25
    SkQuery v4.14
    TuSKe v1.8.2

    Troubleshooting:
    I have tried multiple versions of the "make console execute" syntax.



    Tell me if there is anything that I am forgetting to mention here or if you need more info
     
    #1 Antimattur, Sep 6, 2021
    Last edited: Sep 8, 2021
  2. barrybtw

    barrybtw Active Member

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    Code (Text):
    1. console command "command"
     
  3. Antimattur

    Antimattur Member

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    I still get the same error just it says it doesn't understand the effect/condition console command

    Edit: I think it has something to do with the command, because it works fine with other commands. I also tested the command and it worked when I ran it.
     
  4. barrybtw

    barrybtw Active Member

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    You need to double quotes inside...
     
  5. ShyDoge

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    I assume the issue is that you have
    "command stuff here ["Tag Name"]}"
    Code (Text):
    1. "command stuff here ["Tag Name"]}"
    and because you have 4 quotation marks I think that (Highlighted Quotation) makes Skript end the command there.

    ["Tag Name"]}"
     
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