Can we please stop using inline code for Minecraft commands? I notice a lot of people have been doing this, and you probably don't see it very much because I edit these a lot. If I give you a command like this:
/replaceitem entity @e[type=zombie,name="Hello I'm a zombie"] slot.weapon.mainhand 0 diamond_sword 1 0 it not only looks like trash but also wraps, a similar problem to the related question I mentioned earlier. I believe they should be formatted like this:
/replaceitem entity @e[type=zombie,name="Hello I'm a zombie"] slot.weapon.mainhand 0 diamond_sword 1 0
Look! You can actually read it now! This is particularly confusing with Java NBT commands. Can we please do this? Most of the people who are typical answerers to command questions do this, but if you don't,
this looks really bad ples never do this again I think you should change to this.
If You Don't Know how to do this...
⏎ ``` /a command ``` ⏎
⏎ ␣␣␣␣a command ⏎
⏎ represents a line feed and
␣ represents a space character.
What do you think about Java Edition, where commands can be rather long? Java Edition supports multiline to single line paste (line breaks and carriage returns are eliminated).
Also, what do you think about Bedrock Edition, where commands aren't really ever longer than the example command provided? Bedrock Edition does not support paste at all.
If you post a new answer, please try to address both of those issues above.
- To be absolutely clear, when I am referring to a command I don't mean a portion of one (i.e.
@e), those aren't really commands.
- Shift + Scroll does horizontal scroll.