X

THANK YOU!

Post has been reported succesfully.

A feedback area designed for scripting and mods suggestions and feedback. Please note bug reports and support issues will be removed.

22

@u (Entity Detector)

6 Comments

Post a new comment:

Please sign in to leave a comment.

  • Avatar
    Thbosboii93 commented

    i like it BUT it should be

    @s

  • Avatar

    That is already in the game. It is @p (nearest player) or @s (self)

  • Avatar

    This is literally @e(emtity selector) and you can select entities with @s or @r too

  • Avatar
    tryashtar ⁣ commented

    It's not possible to tell "who" activated a command block. The command block runs its command when it receives redstone power, which can come from anywhere!

  • Avatar

    tryashtar, yeah i know that it's almost impossible v':, but i believe in that 1% that it can be added, and it will simplificate the mapmaking.

  • Avatar
    tryashtar ⁣ commented

    It seems easy to determine "who" activated redstone just by looking at it, but for the game to do that, it would need to keep track of a player UUID for every piece of redstone dust, and potentially every single redstone component, entity, and block that could be modified as part of a chain reaction. Storing all that is currently not possible, and would cause tremendous overhead all for a tiny result.

     

    Since it's not going to happen, you could always use a sign! Signs can run commands when clicked on, and the @s selector will target the player who clicked the sign!