Neither the search box nor any of the buttons work for me on the 1.7.10 list. I'm running Windows 10 and Chrome 55.0.2883.75 m. I can't even close the message about 1.7.2 mods having been tested to work on 1.7.10.
Know of a mod or many not already on the list? let us know! There are currently 3 ways to get a mod on to the list. Each one will be explained in detail in the following spoilers. Please choose only one method unless the others have failed. I personally prefer the submission for as it's easier on both myself and the end user, but any method is fine!
Before submitting a mod for the list, please note that mods created with "Mod Creator" programs are not allowed on the list. This is because of the sheer number of how many are created, and because those types of programs really should have their own website/list.
This method is very similar to method 2, except somewhat easier since you don't have to set up the questions yourself, and because you can do this anonymously if you prefer.
Simply fill out (hopefully all) the answers on the page, and hit the submit button. I'll receive a notification and will add the mod asap.
Method 2 - Leaving a post in this thread
This method is pretty straight forward. Simply leave a post in this thread detailing a mod that's not on the list.
To make making it easier for us easier for you (what?), we provide (free of charge) a set of questions. Some will have multiple choices from a set of choices. You simply open up the spoiler below, select the entire set, copy it, and paste it into your post. From there, you just fill in the answers to the question in regards to the mod.
All questions starting with an asterisk ( * ) are required. If you do not answer a required question, you may be ignored!
There is a long version and a short version of the Q & A, just be sure to know how to answer them (use long version for referance).
*Q: What Minecraft version are you submitting this for? (Choose all that apply) Choices:(a. 1.7.2)(b. 1.7.10)(c. 1.6.4)
*Q: What is the name of the mod? *A:
*Q: What is the link (URL) to the mod? *A:
Q: What's name of the mod's author? A:
Q: Is the mod available on more than just singleplayer? (Choose any that apply) Choices:(a. Singleplayer (SSP))(b. Multiplayer (SMP))(c. Local Multiplayer (LAN))(d. Same file for both client and server (Universal)) A:
Q: Does the mod require Forge? If not, is it at least compatible with Forge? (Choose only one) Choices:(a. Required)(b. Compatible)(c. Not Compatible) A:
Q: Could you please provide a concise description of the mod? (Few sentences to a paragraph) A:
*What Minecraft version are you submitting this for?:
*Link to Mod:
Method 3 - Finding and telling us on IRC
You can find us on IRC on the channel #mcf_modlist at irc.esper.net. However, there are a few things you should be aware of before contacting us there. If you've never used IRC before, then you can simply go to the channel via webchat here.
First and foremost, you must get our attention by PINGing us. Pinging means simply to say the full name of. So, if you do use the IRC, you may ping ZeroLevels or ImperialFeline. On the other hand, please DO NOT ping citricsquid. He's got other things to do, and doesn't actually work on the mod list.
Sometimes though, we'll be asleep or otherwise offline. That's right! We do occasionally sleep! If this is the case, then pinging us is pointless. Don't fear though, for you can use the bot Cadbury to leave ZeroLevels a message. To do this, you need to use the tell command. To use it, you use a dollar sign followed by the word "tell", then the person you want to leave the message for, and then your message.
Here's a quick example on the usage: $tell ZeroLevels Hey, would you please add my mod to the list? It's called ModName and the link is this.is.a/link. Thanks in advance!
Make sure to send it to regular ZeroLevels because sending it to his sleeping (ZeroLevels|Zzz), busy (ZeroLevels|Busy), away (ZeroLevels|Away) versions of the name won't work. ZeroLevels only checks tells sent to the standard version of the name.
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You can still find the older list in the posts below if you prefer. Though, it won't be up to date.