Where are you? Mod for Minecraft 1.7.10

Ever get tired of finding your friend’s location on an online server? Died and find yourself lost in the original spawn point because of your bed being obstructed or destroyed? Worry no more as this mod is just for you!

Created by Pauljoda, “Where are you?” is a mod dedicated in finding a player’s location without bothering the player and without pressing f3 or using teleportation commands.

This simple mod features a new command “/shareCoord (playername)” with this command you can share your avatar’s position to the person you want so he can find you anytime anywhere even if you are away from your keyboard.


The player whom you shared your coordinates with will find a client-side beacon with the your avatar head and name – like a moving marker.

Also if you are very popular and trustworthy that there are so many players sharing their location to you, you can clear away all those beacons on your screen by typing the console command “/clearCoords” and everything will go away.

Players can also share their coordinates through numbers by adding two more integers to the command. you can either add your x or z coordinates. (example “/shareCoords (playername) x z” to share both)

When playing on big servers with flooded chat messages, instead of broadcasting to the world your coordinates or having your private message get flooded upwards on the screen, install this mod on both of your clients and use the commands to know the location of your friend 24/7 – like a party system on many MMORPG games.

How to install Where are you? Mod for Minecraft 1.7.10


  1. Download and install Minecraft Forge mod loader

  2. Download the latest version of Where are you Mod here.

  3. Hold Windows key and press R to open the Run… dialog, or go to Start > Run.

  4. Enter %appdata% and navigate to your .minecraft/mods folder.

  5. Drag and drop the .zip file downloaded in step 2 into this folder.

Did you find this mod very helpful like we did? Finding your friends would be a lot easier and you don’t even need to tell them that you are looking for them or ask them their coordinates!



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