This plugin adds the possibility to use vanilla selectors in non-vanilla commands written in CommandBlock.
- Native Minecraft Version:
- Tested Minecraft Versions:
Since it hooks into vanilla functions, all of the selector arguments are parsed (@p[distance=..5])
Keep in mind
Selecting entities other than player isn't probably of any use, because after the result is obtained, it parses the command with entity name (Player or mob name), however all of the selectors should work.
@p - targets nearest player
@a - targets all players
@r - targets random player
@e - targets all entities
@s - targets the executor (that is command block, not Player!)
Q: Vanilla commands are not working.
A: Plugin scans if the command inside the block starts with /minecraft: or minecraft: so the syntax is ex.: minecraft:kill @p[name="RandomPlayer"]
TL;DR: just add minecraft: before it.
If you have a problem or you have found an error, please text me with a short brief (logs are welcomed help)
Allow vanilla selectors in command blocks
OMG this is what i have been searching for my whole day already. Since i have updated my server from 1.12.2 to 1.14.4 a lot of commandblocks werent working anymore. This fixes it COMPLETELY! Thank you SO MUCH for this plugin! Will recommend this to friends and others :) A++
I'm not sure if this is supposed to allow me to use @p @a, etc in plugin commands or not. but nothing has changed after I installed this. vanilla commands work with "minecraft:" in front of them just as it was before. plugin commands cant use with @p @, etc.
Simple yet outstanding plugin that fixed many problems with my server when updating to 1.13. It even has an extra side bonus of updating radius in selectors to the new distance replacement in 1.13.
Amazing piece of work and cannot be more grateful for this plugin. Keep up the great work!