Minecraft maps cannot contain block ids above 4095. The mod is using different block ids on disk than it is reporting in-game. You need to find out from the documentation or the authors what the on-disk block ids are which the mod uses.
Having some trouble with a map! I have imported a real world terrain map as I want to recreate a country, but the bits I want to recreate are all at 45 degree angles so I cant build any buildings on them without them being at angles all the stuff would be at an angle instead of straight, is there a way I can rotate the map to whatever angle I like instead of the pre set 90 degree angles
running prog on win10 64bit with 64 and 32 bit java 8 and 111 ..program does this time to time, randomly ..today firstly when i created new world 16k*16k and i was adding some layers in the dimension properties ..last time it did it was yesterday when i was testing program and moficating terrain for an hour or so ..sometimes it goes away when i zoom out and zoom in in a new plaze, usually i need to exit the game and open it ..any idea why this happens? firewall and antivirus have been told that mp is trusted program and it doesnt seem to make any difference if prog has elevated privilages or not
Would it be possible to change the smallest 'pencil' size so that it draws a line like the one on the bottom of that image?
I see what you mean. However it's not entirely trivial. Firstly some people might want it to work like it currently does, for different reasons. And secondly it's not a given which pixels it should add, since you could add them on either side. However your point is well taken and I'll think about a good way to solve this.
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So I've got a new PC, and I'm trying to install Worldpainter on it. Yet each time I try, it tells me my Java version is damaged. I've reinstalled java around 10 times now, and none of the obvious help options seem to work.
I remember coming across this before, but its so long ago that I cant remember what my solution was.
UPDATE: I have tried both 64-bit and 32-bit versions, yet each time I get the following 2 errors:
"The JVM is damaged"
"The JVM could not be started"
Getting slightly annoyed at java now, I'd love to know what the problem is.
Update: Just tried redownloading everything all at once, it seems to have miraculously fixed itself. No idea how, but no complaints.