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On 8/14/2021 at 4:34 PM, Luis_ST said:

PlayerEntity#position returns the current player pos as an Vec3
PlayerEntity#teleportToWithTicket teleports the player to the given position

I figured out what # is, but can you please give me an example code on how to use it? I tried to create a variable of type String (String PlPos = getPosition (); but nothing works for me

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