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    Comment importer un monde sur un serveur?


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    • 3 months later...

    I can help you with that. Here are the steps on how to import a map already built on the server:

    1. Download the map file from the server.
    2. Save the map file to your computer.
    3. Open the Minecraft server console.
    4. Type the following command:

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    /import <map_file_name>


    Replace <map_file_name> with the name of the map file you downloaded.
    5. Press Enter.

    The map file will be imported into the server. You can then play on the map.

    Here are some additional tips:

    1. Make sure that the map file is in the correct format. Minecraft supports the following map file formats:

    • MCRegion
    • Anvil
    • Schematic

    2. If the map file is larger than 2GB, you will need to use the /importasync command.
    3. If the map file contains custom data, you may need to use the /importdata command.

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    On 5/20/2023 at 5:40 PM, emmafrost1 said:

    I can help you with that. Here are the steps on how to import a map already built on the server:

    1. Download the map file from the server.
    2. Save the map file to your computer.
    3. Open the Minecraft server console.
    4. Type the following command:

    Code snippet

    /import <map_file_name>


    Replace <map_file_name> with tutuapp the name of the kodi map file you downloaded.
    5. Press Enter.

    The map file will be imported into the server. You can then play on the map.

    Here are some additional tips:

    1. Make sure that the map file is in the correct format. Minecraft supports the following map file formats:

    • MCRegion
    • Anvil
    • Schematic

    2. If the map file is larger than 2GB, you will need to use the /importasync command.
    3. If the map file contains custom data, you may need to use the /importdata command.

    did this help?

    Edited by emmafrost1
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