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Executing command added on the client side with send message


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I've added a client-side command using CommandBase and IClientCommand. I would like to execute it at times without the need to write the command in chat.

I tried achieving this using Minecraft.getMinecraft().player.sendMessage("/commandName"); However, is sent the command to the server and ignored the existence of the client sided command.

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Why do you need to run the command? Why not run the code that the command commands directly?


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if(world.isRemote) {
	player.sendMessage(new TextComponentString("Message Here"));




Nevermind. You want the player to send messages into the chat box? WHY?!?

Just run the command's execute function directly.

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