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I am having some issues with my Minecraft java skript.

Discussion in 'Java' started by WestinGames, Feb 12, 2022.

  1. WestinGames

    WestinGames Member

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    I am having some issues With this skript:

    command /,:
    trigger:
    make console execute command "teleport %{_player}% 423 71 131"
     
    #1 WestinGames, Feb 12, 2022
    Last edited: Mar 4, 2022
  2. Zhync

    Zhync Member

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    Hey! It might be a little useful to have the indentation here, too, just for the sake of knowing where everything's at. Try replacing %{_player}% with %player%, and put a / before teleport. Hope this helps
     
  3. sleepy unk

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    Nope that wont work. maybe
    heres a useful one
    Code (Text):
    1.  
    2. command /.:
    3.     trigger:
    4.         teleport player to location(423, 71,131 in world "your world name")
    5.  
     
  4. JacobWilliamsX

    JacobWilliamsX New Member

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    th
    is too didn't work for me. Do you have an alternate solution?
     
  5. Zhync

    Zhync Member

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    Make sure where sleepy unk said "your world name", you put your exact world name. I also noticed a missing space, so try correcting that. If not, you can probably just say "location at 423, 71, 131" instead of using location().
     
  6. JacobWilliamsX

    JacobWilliamsX New Member

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    Yes, its working now. Thanks man!
     

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