First of all, you have to create a .mrg file like this:
The first 3 pairs of information are the top ingredients of the recipe, the other 3 the middle ones, the other 3 the bottom, and the last pair is the output.
The first pair is the input, the second is the fuel and the last one is the output.
The first pair is the ingredient input, the next 3 are the input bottles and the last one is the output bottles.
To leave a slot empty use # as the ingredient and 0 as the quantity.
The name of the ingredients supported are in the list bellow. For custom ones the name inserted in here as to be the same as the name of the texture image (without extension).
In this case I've the Tutorial.png
Now you've to open MinecraftRecipeGenerator - v*.*.jar with WinRAR or 7Zip and go to images.
In there you will find some folders:
-blockItems: that's the original blocks and items from minecraft;
-moddedBlockCube: drag to this folder the textures of blocks to be rendered like a cube;
-moddedBlockItems: drag to this folder the textures to be show as plain.
After moving the images to the correct folder you can start the program. And go to File->Load recipe file, and search for the .mrg file you did. In alternative to that, you can simply drag'n'drop the file.
The program will load the recipes and show them. To change between the recipes use Ctrl+Left/Right
Now to export them, you just need to go to File->Generate images and choose the output folder.
-added smelting and brewing recipe support
-added drag'n'drop option
-fixed small issues
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Drag and drop support, so that you can just drag your file onto the program.
Reverse generation (Sort of). Basically you pick the blocks and stuff and move them to the grid, which you can then convert to image or to text.
Otherwise it will be really useful. Maybe in the future you can expand to like furnace and brewing recipes.
The part of "drag and drop" and adding a furnace and brewing recipes is easy. About these last ones is just a new option and reconfigure the position of each ingredient. The thing of picking a block maybe more difficult, but I'll thing about it