Command Block messages spamming in chats is not a pleasant sight for anyone. Are you looking for a way to get rid of the messages in your chat? You have come to the right place! In this article, we are going to take a look at how to disable Command Block messages in chat in Minecraft PS4/Xbox/PE/Java. Let’s dive right in:
Recent developments in the world of Minecraft have been rather eventful, to say the least. The developers have released the 1.17 update, which came jam-packed with features. Among the new additions were the new mobs, which have goats in them, along with a lot of blocks and a couple of biomes. The update was named Caves and Cliffs.
Wait, we didn’t mention any additions to the caves, or the cliffs? That’s because these additions will be made in the following update, the 1.18 update. The Caves and Cliffs update was divided into 2 parts in order to better integrate the vast amount of changes into the game. The next update is said to have a lot more exciting and scary new additions that will make the game an even more thrilling experience. You can find the details of the update here:
Command Block messages are 3rd person messages of sorts that show up whenever you use the give command. Another set of directly aimed messages are called Feedback messages. Here are some steps you need to follow in order to disable messages in Chat:
Head on over to your chat
Type in the following command:
/gamerule commandblockoutput false
Once you do this, the Command Block messages will no longer show up on your chat.
You can also get rid of the Feedback messages through the following command:
/gamerule sendcommandfeedback false
Now you will no longer receive either Command Block or Feedback messages.
To turn them back on, simply type in ‘true’ instead of ‘false’ in the commands mentioned above.
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