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With the addition of the [[Wand of Negation]], exporting has become quite simple and intuitive. After you've created your building, you need to place a (free standing) sign at the north-west corner of your building. North-west in this case, would be like how it is in real life, where the sun is rising in the east. (This is unlike how it was in the old system, where you had to obey the Minecraft north.)
 
With the addition of the [[Wand of Negation]], exporting has become quite simple and intuitive. After you've created your building, you need to place a (free standing) sign at the north-west corner of your building. North-west in this case, would be like how it is in real life, where the sun is rising in the east. (This is unlike how it was in the old system, where you had to obey the Minecraft north.)
  
On the first line of the sign, enter the name of the building plan. This will be the filename of your building plan and doesn't need to be the real in game name, but is more of a system name if you will.
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On the sign, you need to enter the following text.
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On the first line, enter the name of the building plan. This will be the filename of your building plan and doesn't need to be the real in game name, but is more of a system name if you will.
  
 
The second line seems to have no function for exporting.
 
The second line seems to have no function for exporting.

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