Solved Inventory Click Event (need help)

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    I try to get the inventory that was clicked due to an InventoryView contains 2 inventories ...
    there is an:
    but the documentation said

    public Inventory getInventory()
    Gets the primary Inventory involved in this transaction
    The upper inventory.

    So it will return the upper inventory? but how do i get the inventory that was clicked?
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    It means that it gets the inventory that the player is interacting with. For instance, if they are in a chest, brewing stand, etc, it will return that inventory instead of the player's.
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    amhokies sure ... the upper one ... but i want to know how do i get the inventory that the player was clicking in ...

    this can be the upper one but also the lower one ...
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    1. event.getWhoClicked().getInventory();

    Gets the player's inventory.
    1. event.getInventory();

    Gets the inventory that the player has open, whether it is a chest or whatever, no matter if the player clicked in their own inventory or the other inventory.
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    i already know how to get the inventories but thats not what i asked for ... if the player clicked on the upper inventory i want to do something ... but if he clicked on the lower inventory (his) it just should cancel the event ...

    but i cant find out wich inventory was clicked ... and thats what i was asking ... how to figure out which inventory was clicked ...
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    InflamedSebi I did it by checking if the slot id clicked was between certain values. Just find out what the values are and then check if the clicked slot's id is within the range.
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    You can use getRawSlotId() and getSlotId() to check this:
    1. if (event.getRawSlotId() == event.getSlotId()) {
    2. doWhatYouWantWithTheUpperInventory();
    3. }
    4. else {
    5. doWhatYouWantWithTheLowerInventory();
    6. }
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