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Jul 21, 2020Posted in: Discussion
If you create a world with the same seed after an update as one that you had before the update most everything should be the same with the exception that there might be additional blocks, structures, biomes, etc. if those types of things were included in the update and if the seed would dictate those things should generate.
If you don't want everything in the same place play a different seed.
Jul 13, 2020Posted in: Forum Discussion & Info
I think there has to be x amount of time between posts and if there isn't it does that. Maybe to stop people from spamming the forum with gibberish. If not, I'm sure someone will be along shortly to explain it correctly.
Jun 26, 2020Posted in: Discussion
Go into options and see what has been turned off/on. I believe hide hand is one of the options, I don't remember if inventory has something similar.
If not that, I don't know.
You also tagged this 'Java' but I'm assuming you're playing 'Bedrock' since its on a phone.
Jun 16, 2020Posted in: Discussion
I don't know if I came to the right place for this question, because Microsoft are mainly in charge for PE. But I'm going asks anyway. When's the next PE update for IOS? We're literally stuck here with v1.14.60 and Android already have 1.16... Now I can't play with my friend because of the versions doesn't match.
Also, no one here works for Microsoft or Mojang and they don't give release dates anyway. When its ready they release it.
Jun 5, 2020Posted in: Discussion
I just started playing Minecraft again after a long time. (Haven't played since before the aquatic update.) I built a small aquarium behind my bed in my house and put a few fish in it. They're all stuck in the bottom left corner. It's not a big one. Only a 2x5 and 4 blocks high. Is it to small for them to move around and I need to make it bigger? Or is this just a normal thing for it? I'm on ps4 too so I'm still trying to get used to the change just from that.
Try putting kelp in that corner so they can't get stuck there. They may swim around then or they may just find somewhere else to get stuck.
Jun 3, 2020InlandSet7 posted a message on How to have water flow into a bubble column without interruption by whatever's holding the column in?Posted in: Discussion
I don't know how to do what you're asking, but I've found that even with the signs creating a one block area with no water the mobs will bump into each other and push the one in front into the bubble column; and then the next mob will push the one in front into the column and so forth.
May 4, 2020Posted in: Discussion
There are differences in the way pocket edition (also referred to as Bedrock) and the Java version work. When you look for tutorials you'll want to look for ones specific to the version you are playing.
The wiki will also generally note differences between versions.
Apr 1, 2020InlandSet7 posted a message on Weird occurances on my world I need smart Minecraft players to debunk/help withPosted in: Discussion
2. Destroy the portal in the nether and line it up with the one in the overworld. Y coordinate is the same as overworld, one block movement horizontally in the nether is equal to moving 8 blocks in the overworld.
3. Zombies. Must be a glitch where the game is treating iron doors like wooden ones.
6. Zombies. When a zombie goes in water they will sink and once they are submerged in water long enough they will convert to drowned. When they convert they drop any armor they were wearing and it floats to the surface.
7. Same as #3.
Feb 24, 2020InlandSet7 posted a message on Minecraft doesn't load the rest of the map when I'm away.Posted in: Discussion
On console you used to be able to add a second player and just park them somewhere safe by your farms so they would keep running while you were off doing whatever. I'm not certain if this new bedrock version still has local multiplayer on console. If you're on pc or mobile then you're out of luck.
As tails said, what you're observing is how the game is designed to work. Once you move a certain distance away those areas stop working.
Feb 4, 2020Posted in: Discussion
That button was useful on the console version due to the limited size of the nether. An infinite nether really doesn't need to be reset.
There are a number of ways to cover long distances fairly quickly.
Jan 28, 2020Posted in: Discussion
May be helpful, from the wiki, "The slime chunk algorithm in Bedrock Edition is different from in Java Edition. The algorithm doesn't depend on the world seed, thus the chunks that slimes can naturally spawn in are the same for every world."
Slimes also spawn in swamp biomes at night and the wandering trader will sometimes sell slime balls if you're looking for alternative ways of getting slime balls.
Jan 27, 2020Posted in: Discussion
If you really want your stuff back I would suggest going in the opposite direction of where you died (so the items don't despawn) and try to find another end city to obtain another pair of elytra. Then fly back to where you originally died so you can hopefully get your stuff back (if it hasn't already despawned).
I would also suggest a bucket of water on your hot bar to use in the event of an enderman attack.
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