where did you get the control library? or did you make them yourself?
Its actualy a textfile with coordinates which i did write down by hand.
That has the obvious downside of stupid "get the rectangle and write it down" work,
but has the wonderful upside of the fact that i never have to touch the sourcecode again.
If something changes, or if there is a bug, i just have to edit the data/textfile and it works again.
New features added.
Version 0.4 is on its way.
Now you can select and copy whole groups of tiles. Like select the Bed-group and copy them to another texturepack.
The 3D-Preview of blocks is stable enough. Meanwhile able to show not only blocks, but also doors, rails and chests.
edit: cant find a path to the editor, yet it is the exact exe i can run it from if i type it in the search bar.
What operating-system do you use?
If its Windows 7: Please delete the complete installation you have.
- Delete the folder "Minecraft Texturepack Editor" under c:\Programms\
- Delete the folder "MTE" under c:\users\<yourname>\AppData\Roaming\
You can enter %appdata% in windows-explorer or in the "Start->Searchbar" to enter that folder
- Reinstall the application.
This error belonged to a version of MTE prior to 0.3.0.3
I tested this 1 minute ago on my system.
Could you post the path that causes this problem (the editor-path you use)?
Or PM me about that.
It has to be a relict from an older installation. I am new to NSIS-Installation packages. It could be that the setup does not overwrite certain files unless i turn a switch that i dont know. You could realy help me out on that.