I'm at a bit of a loss here on some custom book /give commands.
All I'm trying to do is give some players a rule book when they first log into my multiplayer server. But I keep running into "Data tag parsing failed: Unbalanced quotation" messages...but, at least in my eyes, they are balanced. So to make it simple I started with just doing a simple /give written book. For example...
What am I missing here? What is the proper syntax for pages & text? I'm not trying to do anything fancy here with commands...just /give people a written_book with a bunch of simple black text already present (although I would eventually like to give them a book where they can click on text to get basic gear + TP to the spawn point).
Please note that as of Minecraft 1.11, the Count property is required in items displayed using show_item (in an hover event). Without the Count property set to at least 1, the tooltip will display « Invalid item! ».
Central America=Amérique centrale
East Africa=Afrique de l'Est
Eastern Australia=Australie orientale
Eastern United States=État de l'Est
Great Britain=Grande Bretagne
New Guinea=Nouvelle Guinée
North Africa=Afrique du Nord
North West Territory=Territoire du Nord-Ouest
Northern Europe=Europe Centrale
South Africa=Afrique du Sud
Southern Europe=Europe du Sud
Western Australia=Australie occidentale
Western Europe=Eurpe de l'Ouest
Western United States=État de l'Ouest
But my translate doesn't work when I do this command :
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Let's say, for example, that I have a few blocks near me in some particular order. Let's say, stone-dirt-gravel-gravel-cobblestone. And I want to output a message letter by letter using /tell, /tallraw, /say or anything else and a /detect. For this instance the message can be H-E-L-L-O. What commands should I use if I want this word to stay in one line and not output each letter in a different line?