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    posted a message on Way to detect if someone launches a fireworks rocket?

    I've ended up just defining one in code.

    Posted in: Commands, Command Blocks and Functions
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    posted a message on Way to detect if someone launches a fireworks rocket?

    Hi, I'm writing a Bukkit Plugin that adds a lot of functionality to the game and rather than create a separate system, I'm injecting datapacks into the game, This all works just fine, However i'm seemingly unable to find a condition that will grant an advancement when someone uses a fireworks rocket; I could do this in code however I thought that I might as well learn if it can be done in the data-pack itself.

    {\"display\":{\"title\":{\"text\":\"A Rocketeers Career\"},\"description\":{\"text\":\"Launch A Firework\"},\"icon\":{\"item\":\"minecraft:firework_rocket\"},\"frame\":\"challenge\",\"show_toast\":true,\"announce_to_chat\":true,\"hidden\":true,\"background\":\"minecraft:textures/gui/advancements/backgrounds/stone.png\"},\"criteria\":{\"execute\":{\"trigger\":\"minecraft:consume_item\",\"conditions\":{\"item\":{\"item\":\"minecraft:firework_rocket\",\"count\":{\"max\":0, \"min\":1}}}}},\"rewards\":{\"experience\":100}}

    The above is the asset i'm trying to configure.

    Additionally, when the advancements display, they don't display as a tree, even though my parent system looks like "Rocketeers Career" > "Escape Velocity" > "A dangerous Occupation" Instead it just overlaps one-another.

    If there is any more info you need, just ask.

    Posted in: Commands, Command Blocks and Functions
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    posted a message on NBTExplorer - NBT Editor for Windows and Mac

    On the windows installer on windows 10, I'm getting an error code (2755) with no other info apart from saying "The system cannot find device or file specified"

    I tried installing it on C:/NBTExplorer (vs the default location) and it made no difference.

    I also tried creating the folder (C:\NBTExplorer\) And reinstalling at that location, it made no difference.

    Scratch that, Turns out if you have file encryption enabled in the point of execution (of the installer) it will brick, perhaps it creates a file at the installer location and fails to read it as it's in an encrypted space.

    Whatever it was, it can be fixed by running it in a location such as C:/ (or anywhere without file encryption probably)

    Posted in: Minecraft Tools
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