More Commands Mod 1.17.1/1.16.5 (Over 100+ New Teams)


Commands is a Mod for Minecraft 1.17.1 / 1.16.5 added 100 commands to the Minecraft chat console. It is similar to the Singleplayer Commands mod, a similar mod but no additional support for new game modes. Unlike singleplayer commands, you don’t have to modify your minecraft.jar because it is Forge Mod. This mod also uses the client model and so it is not limited to one player, you can use it on it Forge Center.

More Commands Mod 11711165 Over 100 New Teams - More Commands Mod 1.17.1/1.16.5 (Over 100+ New Teams)

What is interesting?

In each version of the game the mod adds a different number of commands, in 1.7.2 and above it is 35+, and in version 1.12 it is more than 100 commands. To see a list of commands of a mod control to enter into chat / chelp, there are some pages with commands and explanations.

Server and server commands: The commands are always maintained by the server, so if you are joining a server, this server will need to install this mod to use the commands (a single player is a server only). Forge adds the ability to create orders on the customer side, so you can use orders on servers that don’t have this mod installed. In each case, most of the commands are handled on the server side because they need to be processed on the server side.

In addition, there are some commands that require the installation of this adder on both sides. Orders that do not call for this will have the opportunity to request it without having to install this mod by the customer or having this mod built on the server (e.g., purchase player to the server at the appropriate time to request the “fly” command in the absence of the installation of mods, if the mod. installed on the server). Functions on the other hand, for example a “cloud” signal can be applied to each server. Lastly, such signals, such as “noclip” base, so the mod is explained on the server to the customer). If you want to disable all orders on the client side without the object, you can use “clientcommands disable” (or enable it).

How to complete orders: the mod will create a file called “disable.cfg” (located in the “minecraft_installation_folder / config / morecommands” folder). You can place commands there, and they will be disabled (for example, if you want to use the “enchant” command)

More Mod Commands

  1. Download and install the latest version of API clothes a Lole modloader
  2. Download and install the Forge API
  3. Download Updates Mod (controls selected below)
  4. Install the downloaded mod in the archive ./minecraft/mods/
  5. Plus, you can upload Directory Mod

Updates Mod Download Link

in Minecraft 1.17.1 + 1.16.5 + 1.12.2

in Minecraft 1.11.2 + 1.10.2 + 1.7.10

Author: PlanetTeamSpeak | Source Page: Kahakuloa

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