Creating Code Builder Tutorials and Adventures


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  • CarrieD

    Hi Tim!

    I just talked to our master Worldbuilder and have some suggestions for you.  I'll do my best to relay his advice!

    Teleporting the Agent through command blocks:

    Use the execute command to allow a command to run at if it was run from a player.  For example:

    execute @p ~~~ tp @c -140 36 64 facing -139 36 60

    In this case we are using a command block to EXECUTE the command as if it were coming from the nearest player (@p).  You have to do that because you can only target your own Agent.  This is essentially telling the command block that it is the nearest player.  :-)
    Peeking under the hood of a world
    NOTE:  Make sure you use a copy of the world when going through these actions.
    The ability to go peek behind the scenes is controlled by a file called education.json.  To gain full permission over the world, you need to delete the education.json from the world folder.  The only 'difficult' part is finding the world folder, which you can find here:
    C:\Users\[USERNAME]\AppData\Roaming\Minecraft Education Edition\games\com.mojang\minecraftWorlds\
    That folder has all the worlds in it, but the folders all have coded names like 328ha98yn39yhr.  What you can do is sort by date and the last one you accessed should be the first folder.  You can also double click the text file LEVELNAME.TXT in the world folders, which will tell you the name of the world.
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