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YingYangxD's Avatar YingYangxD
Level 60 : High Grandmaster Nether Knight
Minecraft 1.9 pre5
Automated InstallerClick here for installation instructions
Preferred Download: Download V2.13 [1.9 pre5 BETA]
Direct Download: Download V2.13 [1.9 pre5 BETA]

Single Player Commands V2.13 for BETA 1.9 pre5 and V2.12.1 for BETA 1.8.1

Release Details

MCP Compatibility - Click Here for more information

Fixed /item null pointer bug
Fixed small memory issue
Fixed /killnpc

sprinting [enable|disable] - Turns sprinting always on
climb - Allows the player to climb any surface without a ladder
spawner - Changes the mob spawner the player is pointing at
effect |remove> - Configures potion effects on the player
fog [tiny|small|normal|far] - Changes the render distance
enderman pickup [enable|disable] - Enderman command to enable/disable block pickup
enchant |remove|add> - Enchants the currently selected item
xp - XP (player experience) related commands
hardcore |disable> - Configures the world to be in hardcore mode or not
calc - Calculator command
useportal |nether|end|portal> - Teleports you to the specified dimension

Special Notes: You can now use the calculator simply by typing "= EQUATION"
Example: = 4 * 4

For more information on commands use /help

Other News:
I have created an official Single Player commands youtube channel, you can access it here:http://youtube.com/user/spcmod on it you will find videos for each command and also other useful information about the mod.

QWERTY Keyboard KeyCodes:
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Special thanks to trunksbomb for providing this keycodes image.

trunksbomb said:

Macros are a useful feature of Single Player Commands that will allow you to automate any amount of commands by putting them into one file that can be executed in game.

Macros will be located in your .minecraft/mods/sppcommands/macros/ folder.

All macros must be in .txt format to work.

To write a macro, simply type each command on a new line. For an example testmacro.txt:

[color=rgb(0,136,0)]/give 1 64
/[/color]health infinite

This will give you 64 stone and set your health to infinite when you type /macro testmacro. Be sure to leave off the .txt extension when you are using the command in game.

You can also specify parameters to use in the commands. A parameter is denoted as a "$_" followed by a number. $_0 is reserved for the macro itself, do not use this. To change our testmacro to take a parameter, we might do this:

[color=rgb(0,136,0)]/give 1 $_1
/[/color]health $_2

To properly use this macro, you must specify the parameters $_1 and $_2 when you type the command. So, for example, we might type /macro testmacro 64 20. This will give us 64 stone blocks, and set our health to 20.

If a command takes multiple parameters, you can specify each one as a paramater in the macro file. For example, one command is /maxstack [item|all] [QTY], which changes the stack size of the specified item (if none specified, defaults to item in hand). If all is a parameter, changes the max stack of all items.

So we might change our macro to this:

[color=rgb(102,102,0)]/[/color]maxstack $_1 $_2

Granted this isn't a very good macro (one line macros are generally useless), but it works. You can specify/macro testmacro 323 64, which will change the max stack of item 323 (signs) to 64. It's not just limited to numbers though. Remember, one parameter of the /maxstack command is 'all'. So if we type /macro macrotest all 64, this works too, and changes the max stack of all items to 64.

When using macros, keep in mind that some parameterized commands can still work if you leave off the parameters, such as the /replenish command. This absence of parameters carries over to macros, and might not give the expected results if you're not careful. Take for example our latest macro, which has two parameters: $_1 and $_2. If you only specify one of those parameters, the macro will always interpret the parameter you did specify as the item parameter. Just keep that in mind when using macros (and all commands, for that matter).

And to demonstrate the power of this feature, take armor.txt:
give $_1 sword [color=rgb(0,102,102)]1[/color]
give $_1 helmet [color=rgb(0,102,102)]1[/color]
give $_1 chestplate [color=rgb(0,102,102)]1[/color]
give $_1 leggings [color=rgb(0,102,102)]1[/color]
give $_1 boots [color=rgb(0,102,102)]1[/color]
give bow [color=rgb(0,102,102)]1[/color]
give arrow $_2
give cooked porkchop [color=rgb(0,102,102)]1[/color]
give cooked porkchop [color=rgb(0,102,102)]1[/color]
give cooked porkchop [color=rgb(0,102,102)]1[/color]
give cooked porkchop [color=rgb(0,102,102)]1[/color]
health max

Where /macro diamond 32 will outfit you with a full set of diamond armor and 32 arrows.

Use /help to find out information about normal commands. For example - /help world

The Spotlight
Periodically I will put up a picture and video which I think are good representations as to what Single Player Commands is capable of. If you would like to get your picture or video featured here please send me a link (via PM or post) and if I like them they will get featured.
Note: Videos should focus on SPC and can be any length (preferably at least 30 seconds) so long as they contain quality content. They should also be on youtube so they can be embedded in the forum.

Picture in the Spotlight by JAXBAK29
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Command List

Stuck on a command, confused or just looking for something new? Check outhttp://www.youtube.com/user/spcmod for a simple demo of most of the commands this mod provides.

To bring up the command "console" type 'T' then type in the command. Below is a brief run through of the command list:

Normal Commands

achievement |unlock> - Allows you to list or unlock all achievements
alias {ARGS} - Allows you to assign an alias to one or more words
ascend - Moves you to the next platform above your position
atlantis - Toggles atlantis mode on/off
biome - Tells you what biome you are currently in
bind {COMMANDPARAMS} - Binds a command to a keyboard button.
bindid {ARGS} - Binds a command to a keyboard key using the key id
bring [ENTITY] - Brings the specified entity to you.
cannon [STRENGTH] - Shoots a primed TNT in the direction you are pointing.
calc - Calculator command
chest |get|fill|swap|clear> - Allow access of chests
clear - Clears the console

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