Some players like to keep track of their coordinates while playing the game. Coordinates are enabled by writing “/Gamerule showcoordinates true”. To turn off coordinate tracking, write “/Gamerule showcoordinates false”.
Coordinate values will change with gameplay (ie: when players move).
Players can check their position using the “/coords” command. Coordinates are used for different purposes in Minecraft, such as determining where to spawn in multiplayer games or finding a specific item on a map.
Turning off coordinates requires a “/gamerule showcoordinates false” command.
When it starts raining outside, some people may want to keep the windows open and let the water flow in. Others might want to close the windows so that they can stay dry inside.
To control how often rain falls, you can use a gamerule.
If you would like to embed coordinates within your snippet text, please follow these simple steps: Click on the ‘Coordinates’ toolbar button located in the upper right-hand corner of your writing window.
Enter your latitude and longitude values into the respective fields (e.g., 40°N 73°W). Once finished, click on ‘OK’.
If you want to show coordinates, turn off the “Coordinate Display” box on your map. Coordinates can also be turned off by going into Preferences > Map and unchecking the “Show Coordinates” checkbox.
Disabling weather cycles can help save on your electricity bill, while enabling them can better keep you aware of what’s outside.
Why does my Minecraft world keep raining?
If you’re experiencing rain in your Minecraft world, it could be because of one or more weather events that are going on. You may be located in the rainfall zone if there’s a lot of moisture in the air.
If you’re near water, your world is likely to have rainfalls.