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From my first visit on this site, I have see many, maybe tens of questions that ask about "Why does my /testfor command output an error", but each one is slightly different and asks about the issue of that one person. For example this: http://gaming.stackexchange.com/questions/286862/testfor-pscore-state-1-score-state-min-1-doesnt-work/testfor @p[score_state=1,score_state_min=1] doesn't work!

It's body:

/testfor @p[score_state=1,score_state_min=1]

doesn't work! Why?

It returns this:

  The entity UUID provided is in an invalid format

How can I fix this?

There have been many, really many questions about a simmilar what-wrong-with-this-testfor-command questions (a 2-minute search look found me this: 11, 22) which should be closed as a duplicate, if of course there was one question that would unify all the questions. Every single one of them is one of the problems listed here:

  • Why does the /testfor command I have always output an error (not listed below)?

  • Why does the /testfor command I have always output the entity UUID is an invalid format?

  • Why does the same /testfor command sometimes output the entity UUID is an invalid format instead of found [x] and sometimes not?

  • Why does the /testfor command not output anything?

So I decided to put all of these into one single Q&A, so that all the questions can be unified: http://gaming.stackexchange.com/questions/286872/why-does-testfor-sometimes-output-an-errorWhy does testfor sometimes output an error?

Can all the questions (that haven't been auto-deleted meanwhile) be closed as a duplicate of this one, that covers all the possible errors with /testfor?

From my first visit on this site, I have see many, maybe tens of questions that ask about "Why does my /testfor command output an error", but each one is slightly different and asks about the issue of that one person. For example this: http://gaming.stackexchange.com/questions/286862/testfor-pscore-state-1-score-state-min-1-doesnt-work

It's body:

/testfor @p[score_state=1,score_state_min=1]

doesn't work! Why?

It returns this:

  The entity UUID provided is in an invalid format

How can I fix this?

There have been many, really many questions about a simmilar what-wrong-with-this-testfor-command questions (a 2-minute search look found me this: 1, 2) which should be closed as a duplicate, if of course there was one question that would unify all the questions. Every single one of them is one of the problems listed here:

  • Why does the /testfor command I have always output an error (not listed below)?

  • Why does the /testfor command I have always output the entity UUID is an invalid format?

  • Why does the same /testfor command sometimes output the entity UUID is an invalid format instead of found [x] and sometimes not?

  • Why does the /testfor command not output anything?

So I decided to put all of these into one single Q&A, so that all the questions can be unified: http://gaming.stackexchange.com/questions/286872/why-does-testfor-sometimes-output-an-error

Can all the questions (that haven't been auto-deleted meanwhile) be closed as a duplicate of this one, that covers all the possible errors with /testfor?

From my first visit on this site, I have see many, maybe tens of questions that ask about "Why does my /testfor command output an error", but each one is slightly different and asks about the issue of that one person. For example this: /testfor @p[score_state=1,score_state_min=1] doesn't work!

It's body:

/testfor @p[score_state=1,score_state_min=1]

doesn't work! Why?

It returns this:

  The entity UUID provided is in an invalid format

How can I fix this?

There have been many, really many questions about a simmilar what-wrong-with-this-testfor-command questions (a 2-minute search look found me this: 1, 2) which should be closed as a duplicate, if of course there was one question that would unify all the questions. Every single one of them is one of the problems listed here:

  • Why does the /testfor command I have always output an error (not listed below)?

  • Why does the /testfor command I have always output the entity UUID is an invalid format?

  • Why does the same /testfor command sometimes output the entity UUID is an invalid format instead of found [x] and sometimes not?

  • Why does the /testfor command not output anything?

So I decided to put all of these into one single Q&A, so that all the questions can be unified: Why does testfor sometimes output an error?

Can all the questions (that haven't been auto-deleted meanwhile) be closed as a duplicate of this one, that covers all the possible errors with /testfor?

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Minecraft /testfor command error questions

From my first visit on this site, I have see many, maybe tens of questions that ask about "Why does my /testfor command output an error", but each one is slightly different and asks about the issue of that one person. For example this: http://gaming.stackexchange.com/questions/286862/testfor-pscore-state-1-score-state-min-1-doesnt-work

It's body:

/testfor @p[score_state=1,score_state_min=1]

doesn't work! Why?

It returns this:

  The entity UUID provided is in an invalid format

How can I fix this?

There have been many, really many questions about a simmilar what-wrong-with-this-testfor-command questions (a 2-minute search look found me this: 1, 2) which should be closed as a duplicate, if of course there was one question that would unify all the questions. Every single one of them is one of the problems listed here:

  • Why does the /testfor command I have always output an error (not listed below)?

  • Why does the /testfor command I have always output the entity UUID is an invalid format?

  • Why does the same /testfor command sometimes output the entity UUID is an invalid format instead of found [x] and sometimes not?

  • Why does the /testfor command not output anything?

So I decided to put all of these into one single Q&A, so that all the questions can be unified: http://gaming.stackexchange.com/questions/286872/why-does-testfor-sometimes-output-an-error

Can all the questions (that haven't been auto-deleted meanwhile) be closed as a duplicate of this one, that covers all the possible errors with /testfor?