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Looks good, can you load an external .dat file with it?
Currently no, but it's definitely a possibility - the GUI is created from a NBTTag. What .dat file did you want to edit in-game? I could possibly make some feature in the menu screen that lets you do this.
/nbtedit while looking at Entity
/nbtedit -TileX- -TileY- -TileZ-
Other than that, it depends what exactly you want to do? If you want to add enchantments, I suggest that you either read up on the wiki (links in the first post) and/or enchant some items and see what happens to their NBT tags.
Davidee, I have a question, I can't seem to figure out how to edit the player. =/
What exactly did you want to edit? I removed the ability to edit players because it's inherently unsafe (in multiplayer). But why? If you want to edit items, simply edit a chest. But I could always add the ability to edit yourself in SP.
You cannot edit yourself, that's up to the server or it's owners, or both. It's physically impossible to aim at yourself to even attempt it.
Although, I am having one issue: I cannot figure out what to put in a head to make it a certain player's skull. The wiki is being of no use, as it just says to add an NBT string tag, which I did, and put in "SkullOwner" -> (player name) So I've tried all the possible iterations of those values, and nada is happening. I've tried it on both placed skulls, and ones in chests, and it's aggrivatin' me.
Oh, and the mod works great though It is indeed fun to make zombies invincible and make them eternally burn in lava.