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  1. Minecraft: Java Edition
  2. MC-227966

Repeat "item replace entity" commands - Throwing items from first slot

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    • Bug
    • Resolution: Duplicate
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    • 1.17
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    • Java 8
      Windows 10
      Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-9700K CPU @ 3.60GHz 3.60 GHz
      Ram: 32GB
      64-bit operating system, x64-based processor

      Shockbyte Minecraft 1.17 server: 4GB ram
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    Description

      There are issues with putting "/item replace entity" commands into repeat command blocks in version 1.17.

      Ex: "/item replace entity @a hotbar.0 with minecraft:bow"

      If a repeat command block is using this command to put an item in your first hotbar slot, you can throw the item and it seems to disappear from your inventory, and functionality of the item is limited:

      For instance:
      You CAN'T shoot a bow
      You CAN'T break blocks with a tool.
      You CAN'T detect right-clicking an item with a command
      but...
      You CAN attack players as if you have the item. (An invisible item with knockback 2 will still deal the appropriate knockback)

      Depending on the situation, this issue can shift over to the 2nd slot. (For instance, if I'm replacing hotbar.0 with a bow and hotbar.1 with an arrow, I can seemingly throw away the arrow, but still shoot the bow.)

      The only ways I've found to get these items back are to open your inventory and click on the slot the item is supposed to be in, OR open a chest. These issues did not happen when using "/replaceitem" commands in 1.16

      PLEASE WATCH THIS VIDEO FOR FURTHER CONTEXT/EXPLANATION
      https://youtu.be/T0YOu4mJge0

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              TheNerdyGinger Stephen Fedewa
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