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Hello, i was wondering how to make that when i right-click on a block an command executes. If that is really possible in 1.14.4. Btw tell me how to do that in 1.15.1 too.

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Which block?

What command?

Do you know how to write Java?

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Override Item#onItemRightClick.

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On 12/30/2019 at 2:00 PM, Anonomys said:

Hello, i was wondering how to make that when i right-click on a block an command executes. If that is really possible in 1.14.4. Btw tell me how to do that in 1.15.1 too.

@Override

public ActionResult<ItemStack> onItemRightClick(EntityPlayer player, World world, ItemStack stack) {

if (stack.getItem() == this) {

player.getServer().getCommandManager().executeCommand(player, [your command]);

}

}

 

I don't remember the exact methods or parameters (since this is off the top of my head, not on Eclipse), but this is a rough sketch.

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