Helpfixer Mod 1.16.5/1.15.2 improves the activity of the help command by enabling it to go around an offensive piece of code. With help fixer there is provision to write unfriendly commands to server log, which also gives you the opportunity to figure out the source of the problem.
Help fixer is a mod that is available for server side; this simply means that the installation of the help fixer has to be done on the server. It has to be installed on the SMP where the server is located. Making it unavoidable when it a case of multi- player participation.
An inclusion like the help fixer is actually necessary because there are some commands like the ones used for sorting which end up becoming detrimental to the help command and forcing it to break in the long run. This is a mod that is worth its introduction as it has helped to reduce the chances of any modded command wrongly implementing an unfriendly piece of code hereby causing an error that is unclear and confusing.
HelpFixer is a server-side only mod! This means HelpFixer should be installed wherever the “server” is. In SSP that is your client, but in SMP that is on the actual server.
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Helpfixer Mod 1.16 Installation
This guide will explain how to install Helpfixer Mod for Minecraft 1.11, 1.11.1 and older versions. All download links can be find below.
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Download Helpfixer Mod for Minecraft 1.16.5/1.15.2
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Download Links Helpfixer Mod for 1.11.1, 1.11, 1.10.2 and 1.7.10