The Creative inventory does indeed need an overhaul. The system of organization you suggested is spot-on and very-indepth.
Get a new power supply and graphics card for the PC you have right now. The PC you want actually has a worse CPU, and the only benefit to that is a slightly better GPU. Your current PC is great besides the GPU.
You can spend around $220 on a decent 550w XFX PSU and an AMD R9 380, and get MUCH more performance than if you got a new computer.
So the computer I have right now is having a bit of a graphics card problem. It's still usable, but I think it's time for an upgrade.
This is the computer I want (which is $499.99, affordable for me)
This is the computer I currently have
Any thoughts or advice would be greatly appreciated.
This is my result. But why is my download speed super fast while my upload speed is slow? Curious...
The Iron Fence hitbox is a bit too big. Might I suggest making the hitbox the same size as the regular vanilla Minecraft fence?
"I believe this was because I was on a 1.9 snapshot, accidently went on a 1.6.4 world...then my game crashed which really sucked."
This has been implemented in one of the 1.9 snapshots, where every world in the Worlds list had a "Version" tag, followed by what version it was last played on. Obviously, a 1.6.4 world would show an "Unknown" version.
However, I do support your idea of telling which worlds are modded and which ones are vanilla. Mojang should implement that in some way.
I wish I could play this fantastic-looking mod for rd-160052. Just one problem: I follow the instructions, run the modded "DiamondDung" version only to be greeted with the plain old Classic version. I did find out that the files I copied from the DiamondDung zip file into the copy of the rd-160052 JAR file are being overwritten every time I play the game, if that's any help.
TL;DR: I'm having trouble installing the mod. Please help me with step-by-step instructions.
Are you bored in Minecraft? Yes? Well, follow these steps:
If done correctly, you should get: Nether Portals on top of Nether Portals through Nether Portals beside Nether Portals adjacent to Nether Portals. Did I also mention Nether Portals? As an added bonus, spawning enough Nether Portals should produce a blaring racket.
As an added note, I haven't been playing Minecraft for that long (only since around the official 1.2.5 update), so yes I am aware that some users may have already tried it (and even posted about it). Don't hate, okay?
Alpha 1.2.2 introduced the ability to spawn Nether Portals (I'm not even joking) using the "F4" key. This was removed in Alpha 1.2.3. Thank goodness for the launcher's "Time Machine" feature.
Not necessarily tired, just easily amused.
My favorite Windows operating system is Windows XP because:
*sigh* The good ol' days!
In the options.txt file, VBOs are already turned off. I'll turn them back on to see if that works. As for your second question, I don't have any gaming software at all (unless you count the Steam client, which I rarely download games from)