Hi guys, I was just wondering if anyone could redirect me to or tell me how to get rid of this message that pops up after every series of commands I run in a function:
Executed 1 command from function 'custom:function'
Most of the commands that Im using right now involve tellraw commands, so it is really annoying that this message appears after every set of tellraw commands. Is there a gamerule to disable it? or maybe just a debug setting?
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As far as I can tell from digging around in game and on the Wiki, the answer seems to be no. This would make a good suggestion though.
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Using this command works for the use. but also disables any command feedback for all other commands as well
/gamerule sendCommandFeedback false
only solution i have seen so far
Simply only solution in actual situation
In fact, you could do this : use another entity and use "execute at [The entity] run function", then make all the function's command affect the player... The first is definitively the best, but if you want to keep some feedback messages, try the second