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Minecraft gebruikt de standaard controle schema of muis en toetsenbord met controls als invoer. Het spel kan niet worden gespeeld met alleen een muis of toetsenbord zoals aangegeven op het controle schema. De controls menu is geplaatst in de Options setting.


Non-configurable controls[]

Note: On many notebook computers and most Macs, "Function" or "F" keys do not operate in their default configuration. You can often get around this by pressing the fn key while you press an F key. To make F-keys work in OS X, go to the Apple menu → System Preferences → Keyboard and mouse and check the "Use F1, F2 etc. as normal keys", or alternatively hold down the fn key above the delete key whilst pressing the desired function key. If you choose the first option, you can then use the fn key to switch F keys back to actions they used to do (e.g. play/pause music, etc).
When using some Apple keyboards, F11 must be pressed while holding fn and alt to enter fullscreen. Using F11 alone toggles Exposé, and pressing F11 while holding fn will turn the volume down or vice versa, depending on system preferences. Some people are experiencing a bug while exiting from full-screen mode that causes an inescapable black screen. When that's the case, use ALT+TAB to switch out of Minecraft and switch it back to windowed mode. On Linux, mouse input is often buggy while in full-screen mode. Also, note that this may not respect multiple monitors and Minecraft may occupy all screens instead of the one it is active on.
Default Function
Mouse Movement Turning; aiming; third person camera movement.
Mouse Wheel Scroll Scrolls through the quick-bar.
1-9 Selects the appropriate quick-bar item.
Esc Open up the menu and give back cursor control. Pauses Singleplayer games.
F1 Toggles the Heads Up Display.
F2 Simply pressing this key will take a screenshot and place it in:

%appdata%\.minecraft\screenshots on Windows
~/Library/Application Support/minecraft/screenshots in OS X
~/.minecraft/screenshots in Linux.

Use this in conjunction with F1 to take screenshots without the HUD.

F3 Pressing this key will toggle the showing of extra debug information on the top of the screen along side the Minecraft version, such as FPS (frames per second), chunk updates, available memory, and a performance graph.

Pressing the keys 1 - 9 while in the debug screen will show you a more detailed view of the graph on the right. Pressing 0 will show you a less detailed graph.

Pressing S while holding F3 will reload all web-loaded client resources.

Pressing T while holding F3 will reload all textures, which is useful for texture pack authors.

Pressing F while holding F3 will change render distance a.k.a. "fog", from farther to nearer. Before 1.8 this function was assigned to F (which was changeable) button. Holding ⇧ Shift while pressing F3 and F will reverse the fog toggling, going from nearer to farther.

F5 Toggles between first person, third person from the back and third person from the front.
F8 Toggles mouse smoothing. Looking around becomes a slow, smooth and more cinematic motion.
Left Alt
On Windows, gives cursor control back to the operating system and freezes the game until it is clicked. However, the cursor is trapped inside the game's window, making this useless. Holding a movement key then toggling this on then off again will make that key stuck on, even if it is let go. Pressing the same movement key again will stop it.
F11 Verander naar volledig scherm
Forward slash "/" opens the chat window.
Shift When the inventory is open, Shift + clicking on an item or stack moves it between the inventory and the hotbar. When a chest is open, Shift + clicking on an item will move the entire stack between the chest and the inventory. When a furnace is open, Shift + clicking an item or stack in the furnace moves it to the inventory, and Shift + clicking an item or stack in the inventory moves it into the "item" (not fuel) slot of the furnace. When crafting, Shift + clicking the crafted item automatically crafts the maximum number of that item for the materials being used, and moves all crafted items to the inventory.

Configurable controls[]

Default In-game option name Function

Rechter muisknop
aanvallen Blokken vernietigen (ingedrukt houden); aanval (1x klikken).



Gebruik Item Blokken plaatsen; vuren met een boog; afweren met een zwaard; speciale blokken gebruiken zoals een kist, deuren, en schakelaars; voertuigen betreden.

Ook nog: voedsel eten, aarde schoffelen, schapen scheren

tekentablet klik
Blok kiezen verandert naar het blok waarnaar je kijkt, zolang het maar in je onderste inventarisbalk staat. In creative mode, als het blok niet in je onderste inventarisbalk staat, dan neemt hij de plaats in van het item waarop je laatst de cursor zette. However, if the chosen block is one that drops a non-block resource when destroyed (ex. certain ores, glowstone, and occasionally gravel blocks), you will end up with whatever the resource of that block is. When clicking on an entity, with the exception of projectile entities, Experience orbs, ender crystals, fishing rod bobbers, dropped items, and other players, you will recieve bedrock for some reason. This includes paintings, minecarts (with or without chests or furnaces), boats, any falling blocks (sand, gravel, or dragon egg), primed TNT, and all mobs (including the Enderdragon).
W Forward Move forward. When double-tapped, causes the player to sprint (unless in water or Fly Mode is on or the character is too hungry).
A Left Strafe left.
S Back Beweeg achterwaarts
D Right Strafe right.
Spacebar Jump Spring. When double-tapped, toggles Fly Mode (Creative only). When Fly Mode is on, causes the player to gain altitude (ascend).
Left Shift Sneak Sneak. When Fly Mode is on, causes the player to lose altitude (descend).
E Inventory Open je inventaris
Q Drop Drop/toss an item from the quick-bar. If items are stacked, only one will be thrown/tossed/dropped.*
T Chat Chat (Multiplayer only). Server commands.
Tab List Players In Multiplayer hold the Tab key to see a list of players. On a Mac, this only works in full screen mode, unless the player presses Option first.
* Note on throwing:

There is no actual "throw" command; "drop" (default Q) will toss an object approximately 2 to 3 blocks from you. Eggs, Ender Pearls, Eyes of Ender, and Snowballs can be thrown by the "use" command (default right-clicking). Eggs, snowballs, and Ender Pearls fly in an arc; additionally, Ender Pearls teleport you to the location it lands, causing 5 (Heart.svgHeart.svgHalf Heart.svg) points of damage. Eyes of Ender are thrown towards the direction the Player is facing when used, fly toward the direction of the nearest Stronghold, and then fall to the ground.

* Note on pick block:

If you click the pick block button (default key is mouse wheel-click) on a mob, the current inventory item will be replaced with bedrock (unless already equipped in another slot).

Pocket Edition[]


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Function Action
Movement Tap forward, back, left, and right symbols on screen.
Jump Tap the square symbol on the screen. Also, the character will auto-jump when moving towards a block.
Place Block Tap where you would like to place the block.
Break Block Hold down your finger on the block you want to break. How long it takes to break the block is indicated by a circular icon on the screen. How long it takes to break the block varies on what tool you're using to break the block.
Move Camera Slide your finger across the screen.

Xperia PLAY[]

Key Function
Right Bumper Place block
Left Bumper Destroy block
PlayStationTriangle.svg Open inventory
PlayStationCircle.svg Scroll right in hotbar
PlayStationX.svg Jump
PlayStationSquare.svg Scroll left in hotbar
Directional Pad Movement
Right Analog Stick Moves the camera
Menu Open game menu
Touch Screen Chat (multiplayer only). Tap to change selection in hotbar
Search Button Toggle third person view


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Tablets for iOS or Android use the same controls as on phones. Split-touch controls display crosshairs like in the computer version. Split-touch controls can be turned on in Options. Tap and hold to break a block with split-touch controls, and tap to place a block. Whatever the crosshairs is over is the block you break when you hold down, or where you place a block when you tap the screen.

Xbox 360 Edition[]

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Normal Use[]

Button In-game option name Function
A Jump Jump
Right trigger Mine Destroy Blocks;
Mine/destroy blocks (Hold down); Attack (Click once); Toggle Switches/Doors (Click once).
Left trigger Place Place Blocks;
Fire with a bow; block using a zwaard; use special blocks such as chests, doors, and switches; enter vehicles.

Also: Eat food, hoe farmland, shear sheep

Y Inventory Open up the Inventory
X Crafting Open up Crafting menu

In Crafting[]

Button In-game option name Function
A Craft Create item
B Exit Exit the Crafting Table menu
X Show Description Shows description of highlighted item
Right Bumper/

Left Bumper

Change Group Changes the groups of craftable items

Debugging controls[]

These controls are used for debugging and were unintentionally left in-game in Beta 1.9 Pre-releases 4-5 and snapshot 12w08a.[1][2] The controls below F6 are called the "deadmau5 camera".[3]

Key Versions appeared Function
F6 Beta 1.9 Pre-releases 4-5 and snapshot 12w08a Slowly pans the camera when moving.
Y Beta 1.9 Pre-release 5 and snapshot 12w08a Zooms in camera.[1] This and the controls below is the deadmau5 camera.[3]
H Beta 1.9 Pre-release 5 and snapshot 12w08a Zooms out camera.[1]
Y + H Beta 1.9 Pre-release 5 and snapshot 12w08a Resets the camera's zoom.[1]
N Beta 1.9 Pre-release 5 and snapshot 12w08a Rotates camera Counter-Clockwise.[1]
M Beta 1.9 Pre-release 5 and snapshot 12w08a Rotates camera Clockwise.[1]
N + M Beta 1.9 Pre-release 5 and snapshot 12w08a Resets the camera's rotation.[1]
U Beta 1.9 Pre-release 5 and snapshot 12w08a Pans camera forward.[1]
O Beta 1.9 Pre-release 5 and snapshot 12w08a Pans camera backward.[1]
I Beta 1.9 Pre-release 5 and snapshot 12w08a Slowly pans the camera up.[1]
K Beta 1.9 Pre-release 5 and snapshot 12w08a Slowly pans the camera down.[1]
J Beta 1.9 Pre-release 5 and snapshot 12w08a Slowly pans the camera left.[1]
L Beta 1.9 Pre-release 5 and snapshot 12w08a Slowly pans the camera right.[1]

Old Keys[]

Below are the list of keys which are no longer usable in the current versions of the game.[4]

PC version[]

Key Versions used Function
B Unknown - Classic 1.16.5 Brought up the list of usable blocks in Classic Creative.
I Unknown - Beta 1.4 Brought up Inventory before Beta 1.4.
Enter Unknown - Classic 1.16.5 Set Spawn Point in Classic Creative.
R Unknown - Classic 1.16.5 Respawned at spawn point in Classic Creative.
F5 Unknown - Classic 1.16.5 Toggled rain in Classic Creative.
F6 and F7 Beta 1.8 pre-release Moved the day/night cycle backwards and forwards, respectively (only in singleplayer).
G Classic 0.0.9a - Unknown Spawned a Human in Classic Creative.
Y Classic 0.0.9a - Unknown Inverted mouse in Classic Creative.
F Unknown - Beta 1.7.3 Toggled render distance (fog), changed to F3+F in Beta 1.8.
N Classic 0.0.9a - Unknown Generated a new map in Classic Creative.
Shift + F2 Beta 1.2_02 - Beta 1.4 Called an unfinished experimental screenshot function that attempted to generate a huge 645 megapixel TGA image with a resolution of 36,450×17,700 pixels.[5]

Pressing this key combination would cause Minecraft to either freeze for a while, displaying several clipped tiles of the current view or crash, depending on your amount of available RAM. During this time it would attempt to generate a file of 1.8 GB in size that may end up corrupt.

Pocket Edition[]

Key Versions used Function
Search Button Alpha 0.1.2 The search button used to be able to change the camera to and from third person view on all Android devices (with a search button), but now this has to be done via the pause screen, since some devices do not have a search button. The Xperia PLAY retains this functionality.

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