Tick Performance Add-on for Minecraft Bedrock Edition

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Tick Performance

Is your world Lagging? Find out what's causing the problem with this pack


Details

What's Included?
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Check for lag in your world with this tick performance add-on.
This pack checks how fast your world is actually running, not just your frames per second.
It is intended to be used to diagnose worlds and servers that have been performing slowly, to help determine what is causing the issue.

If your world is running correctly, it should be running at 20 ticks per second with 50 milliseconds per tick.

What does this pack show?
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On Minecraft Bedrock like in Java Edition, there are 20 ticks per second.
However, unlike Java edition, this is split into Odd-Ticks and Even-Ticks.

Redstone operations will only be performed every other tick.
This is not always the odd-ticks, sometimes it can be on the even-ticks.
This is to balance the game's speed and allow for optimized performance.

If you have a laggy redstone contraption, you'll notice the Odd-Ticks slow down but the Even-Ticks will increase beyond their normal speed to keep the game running at 20 ticks per second on average.

This pack shows multiple lines with information about your world.

Line 1: Redstone Ticks (Odd-Ticks)
- This shows you the ms/tick and ticks/s on the odd-ticks.
- Useful for seeing if your redstone contraptions are laggy

Line 2: Alternate Ticks (Even-Ticks)
- This shows you the ms/tick and ticks/s on the even-ticks.

Line 3: Average, Minimum and Maximum ticks per second over the last 4 seconds
- Gives you a better understanding of how many ticks per second are occurring on average

Line 4: Average, Minimum and Maximum milliseconds per tick over the last 4 seconds
- Gives you a better understanding of how fast each tick is taking to process on average

# Instructions
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1. Tag any players you wish to be able to use this pack with the tag "tickAdmin"
- Command: /tag "playername" add tickAdmin
- On single player worlds, cheats will need to be enabled to run this command
- On servers, use the server console to run the command without enabling cheats
- Make sure the tag is spelled correctly with the correct capitalization
2. When a tagged player is holding redstone dust in their main hand, they will see the output from this addon.

Instructions

Click here for instructions on how to install this pack


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Download tick-performance-v1.0.1.zip
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Download Info
Latest Version
1.0.1

Release Date
4th August 2023

Minecraft Platform
Bedrock Edition

Minecraft Version*
1.20.12

File Size
38KB

Total Downloads
884

All Versions

Download Link
Version
Filesize
MC
v 1.0.1
38KB
1.20.12

Instructions from the Readme File

# Tick Performance
# Created: 04/08/2023 [dd/mm/yyyy]
# Author: FoxyNoTail
# Version: 1.0.0
# Made for Minecraft Bedrock Edition 1.20+
# For more info visit www.foxynotail.com

# Experiments Required: None

What's Included?
--------
Check for lag in your world with this tick performance add-on.
This pack checks how fast your world is actually running, not just your frames per second.
It is intended to be used to diagnose worlds and servers that have been performing slowly, to help determine what is causing the issue.

If your world is running correctly, it should be running at 20 ticks per second with 50 milliseconds per tick.

What does this pack show?
--------
On Minecraft Bedrock like in Java Edition, there are 20 ticks per second.
However, unlike Java edition, this is split into Odd-Ticks and Even-Ticks.

Redstone operations will only be performed every other tick.
This is not always the odd-ticks, sometimes it can be on the even-ticks.
This is to balance the game's speed and allow for optimized performance.

If you have a laggy redstone contraption, you'll notice the Odd-Ticks slow down but the Even-Ticks will increase beyond their normal speed to keep the game running at 20 ticks per second on average.

This pack shows multiple lines with information about your world.

Line 1: Redstone Ticks (Odd-Ticks)
- This shows you the ms/tick and ticks/s on the odd-ticks.
- Useful for seeing if your redstone contraptions are laggy

Line 2: Alternate Ticks (Even-Ticks)
- This shows you the ms/tick and ticks/s on the even-ticks.

Line 3: Average, Minimum and Maximum ticks per second over the last 4 seconds
- Gives you a better understanding of how many ticks per second are occurring on average

Line 4: Average, Minimum and Maximum milliseconds per tick over the last 4 seconds
- Gives you a better understanding of how fast each tick is taking to process on average

# Instructions
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1. Tag any players you wish to be able to use this pack with the tag "tickAdmin"
- Command: /tag "playername" add tickAdmin
- On single player worlds, cheats will need to be enabled to run this command
- On servers, use the server console to run the command without enabling cheats
- Make sure the tag is spelled correctly with the correct capitalization
2. When a tagged player is holding redstone dust in their main hand, they will see the output from this addon.

# That's it!

I hope you managed ok. Any issues, then please contact me via my discord. Details can be found on https://foxynotail.com


Adding this pack to your world.
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Download the pack from https://foxynotail.com

# Single Player Worlds and Realms
Use the in game settings to add the behaviour pack to your world.
To get the pack into the game on windows 10, double click the .mcaddon file you downloaded. It should install into Minecraft on it's own.
For other platforms, if trying to open the .mcaddon file doesn't work, copy the .mcaddon file into the behaviour_packs folder of your Minecraft bedrock installation.

# BDS Servers
Follow the instructions in the launch video here: https://youtu.be/Wu79wSllCkc

HELP & SUPPORT
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LINKS
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Discord: discord.gg/BqGKecr
YouTube: youtube.com/foxynotail
Twitch: twitch.tv/foxynotail
Twitter: twitter.com/FoxyNoTail
Website: www.foxynotail.com