The recently released 1.14 update for Minecraft has brought about an interesting bug that is affecting some players who use the Java client. In this guide we show you how to fix it.\n\nAccording to a bug report from the Mojang website, the new 1.14 update for Minecraft has introduced a bug that is affecting some players who use the Java client. When some players are trying to connect to a Realm, they will see a message pop up that says "Buy a Realm." It would seem that the button to join the Realm, and the button to buy a Realm are somehow merging. Thankfully, there is an easy enough workaround for this issue.\r\n\r\nBuy A Realm Bug Workaround\r\n\r\nIf you see the "Buy a Realm" message when trying to connect to a realm, just follow the below steps to resolve the issue. \r\n\r\n\r\n\tClick on the realm.\r\n\tThe "Buy a Realm" message will appear.\r\n\tClick anywhere outside of the Buy a Realm message box.\r\n\tGo to fullscreen if you are playing in windowed mode, or windowed mode if you are playing in full screen, by hitting F11. The buttons should no longer be merged.\r\n\tClick on the Realm again.\r\n\tClick on the "Buy a Realm" button message again.\r\n\tYou should now be able to click on the Play button to join the Realm you are trying to connect to.\r\n\r\n\r\nHopefully, this allows you to work around this unusual bug, but I imagine a fix will be pushed out for it pretty quickly.