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    posted a message on [SOLVED] Custom Dropper Crafting Recipes
    Quote from FrickinBlake»

    Okay, so after lots and lots of experimenting and testing and switching things around, I have finally found a command string that will allow me to detect for certain blocks in a dropper, which can be specifically modified to what slot they are in and how many of each item is in each slot. The command is actually quite simple, it just took a lot of trial and error to finally narrow it down and figure it out. Here is my finished command:

    /execute if block ~ ~1 ~ minecraft:dropper{Items:[{id:"minecraft:gold_block",Count:1b,Slot:0b},{id:"minecraft:gold_ingot",Count:1b,Slot:1b},{id:"minecraft:gold_block",Count:1b,Slot:2b},{id:"minecraft:diamond_pickaxe",Count:1b,Slot:3b},{id:"minecraft:golden_helmet",Count:1b,Slot:4b},{id:"minecraft:diamond_pickaxe",Count:1b,Slot:5b},{id:"minecraft:gold_block",Count:1b,Slot:6b},{id:"minecraft:gold_ingot",Count:1b,Slot:7b},{id:"minecraft:gold_block",Count:1b,Slot:8b}]} run clone ~-3 ~ ~ ~-3 ~ ~ ~ ~1 ~ replace

    Obviously just put the item that you want to craft into the dropper being cloned, so that when you put the specific items in there, you get the new dropper that has want you want to be crafted in it, and you dont lose the dropper so you can keep crafting more things.

    To add more crafting recipes, you just have to edit the placement and the items that are being detected in the dropper, and just make another dropper with the item you want to craft in it and make sure you clone that dropper and not another one with a different item in it.

    I know a lot of people have been looking for custom dropper crafting recipes in 1.13.2 and I've done a lot of searching around for it myself, but haven't found any. As far as I know, this is the only solution there is to craft custom nbt items in vanilla Minecraft, so I really hope this helps some people out if they're looking for it!

    Thank you and have a good day :)

    That works, but you get out of the GUI when you craft something

    Posted in: Commands, Command Blocks and Functions
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