More Commands is a Mod for Minecraft 1.17.1/1.16.5 which adds over 100 commands to the Minecraft chat console. It is similar to the Singleplayer Commands mod, which is a similar mod but no longer has support for new versions of the game. Unlike singleplayer commands, you don’t need to modify your minecraft.jar because it is a Forge Mod. This mod also uses the client-server model and therefore is NOT limited to single-player, you can also use it on Forge Server.
On each version of the game the mod will add a different number of commands, on 1.7.2 and above will be 35+, and on version 1.12 already more than 100 commands. To see a list of commands of a particular version of the mod enter into the chat command /chelp, there are several pages with commands and descriptions.
Client and server commands: By default commands are always handled by the server, so if you join a server, the server must have this mod installed to use the commands (single player is just an internal server). Forge adds the ability to process commands on the client side, so you can use commands on servers that don’t have this mod installed. In any case, most commands are handled on the server side simply because they have to work on the server.
In addition, there are commands that require installation of this add-on on both sides. Commands that do not call for this, have a chance to apply without installing this mod by the client or in the absence of construction of this mod on the server (for example, the players buy on the server have a chance to apply the command “fly” in the absence of installation of mods, in case if the mod is installed. put on the server). Functions on the contrary, for example the indication of the “cloud” is possible to apply in each server. Ultimately, such indications, such as “noclip” cause, so that the mod was defined on the server also in the client). If you want to disable all commands on the client side without exception, you can use “clientcommands disable” (or enable to enable).
How to disable commands: the mod will create a file named “disable.cfg” (located in the “minecraft_installation_folder/config/morecommands” folder). You can put commands there, and they will be disabled (for example, if you want to use the command “enchant”)
More Commands Mod Installation
- Download and install the latest version of Fabric API and Fabric Modloader
- Download and install the Forge API
- Download More Commands Mod (selected versions below)
- Place the downloaded mod in the folder ./minecraft/mods/
- In addition, you can install the Mod Menu
More Commands Mod Download Links
for Minecraft ⇒ 1.17.1 + 1.16.5 + 1.12.2
for Minecraft ⇒ 1.11.2 + 1.10.2 + 1.7.10
Author: PlanetTeamSpeak | Source Page: CurseForge