Just to confirm: Mod does not work in Forge for 1.7.10 due to (at least) a reference to Vec3Pool, which doesn't exist in MC 1.7.10 (see this post: http://www.minecraftforge.net/forum/index.php/topic,20076.0.html).
Crashes when you attempt to mount a ship.
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Jun 19, 2014Posted in: Minecraft ModsQuote from CoolGuyIII
1: Many modpacks are 1.6.4 and most of those modpacks will stay that way.///snip///
That is the worst logic for your argument. "we need to support people who don't update because the reason they haven't updated is there are some mods that are not yet updated [to 1.7.x]".
Perhaps if mod authors weren't pressured into keeping 1.6.4 updated and instead were left to concentrate on 1.7.x migration, we would have modpacks with 1.7.2 support.
I'm currently putting together a modpack, server, map and story for a 1.7.x server with some 'Moonquest' inspired themes. Calclavia mods aren't 1.7.x compatible yet because bug fixes for 1.6.4 are being worked on before the migration to 1.7.x. Other mod authors are waiting for a version of Forge to support 1.7.10 because of rendering glitches in 1.7.2 (highest current Forge version). I'm also writing a small mod, so I understand the time and complexities involved.
Stop holding on to 1.6.4 and start pushing for 1.7.x support.
May 24, 2014The term anti-paver confused me at first. All it is, is a standard paver (with connected texture) that doesn't connect its texture to neighbouring pavers, although it does connect to other anti-paver (of the same material).Posted in: Minecraft Mods
I'm still getting to grips with modding, but connected textures is something I definitely want to master, because the visual effect is excellent.
Here's a quick example from Artifice (from a Moonquest modpack):
May 24, 2014I solved it.Posted in: Modification Development
May 23, 2014Is there any possibility that you could have a Marble and a Basalt paver using connected textures? An anti-paver for each, also?Posted in: Minecraft Mods
I'm putting together a slightly themed server and modpack and using Geocraft instead of Artifice. Artifice has a connected texture paver for its implementation and it really adds a nice aesthetic.
Many thanks for your hard work.
May 19, 2014HonestFlames posted a message on [1.7.10]Minecraft Forge Modding Tutorials || Begginer-Advenced || NEW TUTORIAL! CUSTOM MOB DROPS!Something that I needed to do very early on with the first mod I'm writing was create block sub types (like colored wool is a sub type of a single block).Posted in: Mapping and Modding Tutorials
The solution was not easy to find. Creating the blocks was relatively straightforward but localizing the names took some doing. Information on how to do it all was just not available in any tutorials (none that were 1.7.2 compatible at least).
Figured it out though: http://www.minecraftforum.net/topic/2637385-172forge-adding-localized-names-for-blocks-with-metadata/#entry31386001
May 19, 2014I struggled with localization for blocks with metadata (e.g. blocks like Minecraft's wool blocks, with one block ID but many sub types for the different color variations).Posted in: Mapping and Modding Tutorials
Solution from me here: http://www.minecraftforum.net/topic/2637385-172forge-adding-localized-names-for-blocks-with-metadata/
May 19, 2014HonestFlames posted a message on Biomes O' Plenty - Over 50 new biomes, with new trees, plants, mobs, and more!First of all, I really like this mod and I think it's an excellent piece of work with excellent code quality, features and performance.Posted in: Minecraft Mods
I do have something I'm going to whinge about though, I'm sorry. Whilst I really love and appreciate that BoP mod contributors are pumping out fixes very rapidly, it makes my life difficult.
I am working on launching a public server with some features already present in the map. Nothing spectacular, but I've been working on it sporadically for not quite a full month.
I started with BoP 126.96.36.1996 and landed on a nice seed with some excellent terrain at 5 distinct points: Close to spawn, plus 10km away along each of North, South, East and West axes. Perfect. I go in and add some teleport points to/from those coordinates and assemble some screenshots, ready for advertising the server.
Since then, there have been many updates to BoP. Some have added features. Some have fixed bugs. Some (I haven't updated to each individual version in turn) have caused huge changes to the generated terrain. Huge changes to terrain compared to the original, despite using the same seed.
I understand that this is impossible to avoid. Biome additions and tweaks to terrain generation are part and parcel of BoP development, but does it really need to be so haphazard?
Is there not any possible way that BoP could go into 'feature freeze' and that we could have e.g. a month of updates where terrain generation remains essentially static, but bugs get fixed?
I'm pretty stuck now in having to find a version of BoP that has essentially the same terrain generation as 188.8.131.526 but with as many bug fixes as possible.
May 18, 2014Posted in: Minecraft ModsQuote from McPlayerThaun1
Ok, i found a Texture bug in MC 1.7.2 in your mod! Its the clear glass! Proof/pic:
That's apparently a Vanilla 1.7.2 render bug. You'll have to live with it for now. Eventually, Forge will press on with an update to maybe 1.7.9, which might not need any real changes (or at least only small ones) and this bug will go away. With today's news that a full 1.8 release won't happen for a couple of months yet, I would imagine work on updating Forge (and thence mcpc+, which is also popular) is now more urgent.
May 18, 2014HonestFlames posted a message on [1.7.2][Forge][Detailed] How to add Blocks and Items!You can also just hit Ctrl + Shift + O to 'Organize Imports', which generally just adds the imports you need.Posted in: Mapping and Modding Tutorials
May 18, 2014HonestFlames posted a message on [1.7.10]Minecraft Forge Modding Tutorials || Begginer-Advenced || NEW TUTORIAL! CUSTOM MOB DROPS!You should let gradle add your mod version and Minecraft target version to mcmod.infoPosted in: Mapping and Modding Tutorials
"version": "$version", "mcversion": "$mcversion",
Put that in mcmod.info instead of hand editing in the version, that way you only maintain the version number in one place.
Note that this means during testing (i.e. when run from within Eclipse), mcmod.info may not be created properly. Guaranteed that when you do a final 'gradlew build', the resulting jar file will have a correct mcmod.info and your mod will be ready for release.
May 18, 2014My pet hate is people asking a question in a forum that I also am interested to learn the answer, then that person comes back and says "I fixed it" and then doesn't bloody well tell anyone how.Posted in: Modification Development
May 6, 2014HonestFlames posted a message on [Forge]ForgeEssentials -- Bukkit functionality for your Forge serverPosted in: Minecraft ModsQuote from TheiLLHunter
I have tried MCPC+ but I do not like it.
Have you tried it since yesterday? I'm putting together a 1.7.2 server and mcpc+ got updated yesterday. It's right up-to-date with Forge and Bukkit integration and works excellently with everything I've given it.
May 5, 2014Posted in: Modification Development
"authors": [ "HonestFlames" ],
Is now incorrect (Forge 1060 and possibly earlier). Even the example project is wrong when you set up your Eclipse environment.
All that happens is nothing shows up in the 'Authors:' line in the mod information in Minecraft.
"authorList": [ "HonestFlames" ],
Is the correct way, now.
May 3, 2014Posted in: Minecraft ModsQuote from mDiyo
HonestFlames: Rendering issues like that were fixed in 1.7.4. I'm waiting on Forge before I go update properly.
Thanks. A lot of mods seem to be in a bit of a state of flux at the moment. Most are targeting 1.7.2, some have a 1.7.2 and 1.7.4 version, a few are targeting 1.7.4 and not 1.7.2 at all and some of the bigger ones (Calclavia) might not see an update until 1.8.x.
Trying to put together a 'modern' (i.e. 1.7.x) modpack is challenging, but putting together a 1.7.2 server is a nightmare. Hopefully things will settle down once 1.8 is released.
Anyway, please keep up the good work, it is greatly appreciated.
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