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Online - Potential Kids Free Minecraft Session for neurodiverse young people
Free Minecraft Session for neurodiverse young people, their siblings and families.
Sunday 14th June 11:30 - 13:00
To book your place: - https://www.eventbrite.com/e/free-minecraft-session-for-neurodiverse-young-people-remote-session-tickets-103329186378
If you are no longer are able to attend the session, please let us know so we can give the space to someone else.
How To Join: You will be emailed the details to join 48 hours and 2 hours before the session.
Notice: This session only accepts players on Minecraft Java Edition.
Moderation: The server will be moderated by our Potential Kids Minecraft Team, but guardians of the young person(s) must be with them at all times while on the server and monitor their activity on their side to keep them safe and others safe.
Parents and or guardians must be with the young person while they are on the server at all times and take responsibility for them and their actions on the server.
Use of hacked/cracked/modded Minecraft Clients and/or modifications is not permitted (Except Optifine and/or Badlion Client) and may result in being removed from the server.
Any inappropriate language or actions taken on the server may result in a removal from the session.
You also acknowledge – your participation in these online sessions is at your own risk.
If you have any questions about this please email Josh@potentialkids.org
Minecraft Client Version:
Version: 1.12.2 (Using any other version may cause glitches and causing you to randomly getting kicked from the server)
Note: This is for Minecraft: Java Edition specifically. This will not be applicable to other Minecraft versions.
By default, Minecraft is set to the most current version of the game. However, there are times when you may want to change to another version, such as to ensure compatibility with a certain server or mod, or to use a weekly snapshot (beta version). To change to a different version of the game, you must create a launcher configuration with the desired version, and set the game to use that configuration.
Before changing your game version, please understand that if you try to play on one of your current worlds, and you access that world using an older version of the game where certain features had not yet been added, you may irrevocably damage your world. You should back up your worlds when playing previous versions or snapshots. You can do this by locating and then making a copy of your game files.
To change the game version in the launcher you:
1. Click "Installations" on the launcher start page.
2. Click "New" to bring up the "Create new installation pop up.
3. Select a name for the insatlation and choose the game version in the "version" drop down list.
4. Press "Create" to save.
5. Press "Play" in the top menu to take you to the launcher landing page.
6. In the drop down menu to the left of the "Play" button you can now find your saved installation and choose it to play this version of the game.
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