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  • What is wrong with this /testfor command

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    I have a command block with the following command:

    /testfor @p[x=35,y=21,z=3,score_Class=0]

    When I power the command block it will output to a comparator if Class = 0 regardless of the players co-ordinates.

    The command block seems to totally disregard the first 3 statements. Any help?


    asked Nov 20, 2013 in Redstone Circuits by AlphaMc111 (220 points)

    1 Answer

    0 votes
    im having a similar problem but instead of always outputting it never outputs, i do


    /testfor @p[x=0,y=14,z=-35,r=10,name=Jacky500]

    and it outputs: the entity UUID provided is in invalid format.


    but you don't need the name radius or negative # for it to output that error
    answered Jun 28, 2014 by anonymous

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