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    posted a message on What is the point of the off topic section?

    Every forum I have ever seen has an off-topic section. And I have been to a lot of forums. Tradition, I suppose? It's just a space to discuss things that are not relevant to other sections.

    Posted in: General Off Topic
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    posted a message on Jerome and Bajan

    Who knows? I doubt anyone on this forum would know. And the chance of getting a response from them is almost none, they have large channels. In any case, it's not anyone's business but their's.

    Posted in: Discussion
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    posted a message on Minecraft website age lying

    It's not a crime, but obviously it's not an okay thing to do. If people set rules, it's probably for a reason. And if you were found to be lying, you would most likely be banned.

    Posted in: Discussion
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    posted a message on Impatience

    Probably almost all of the people who do that are kids who cannot grasp how long and the effort it takes to make and update mods and resource packs. The newer generation was raised in the age of the internet, smartphones, and online streaming. Everything is made to be instant and convenient. The concept of waiting is becoming more and more foreign by the day. It's natural young people are more self-centered and impatient.

    Posted in: Discussion
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    posted a message on Chunk Weirdness
    Quote from TheMasterCaver»

    Either that or something was preventing the game from saving properly, such as another program trying to access the files while the game was using them (this is very easy to do; for example, open a world with MCEdit while it is open in Minecraft. The console will become spammed with messages that the save is being accessed from another location whenever it tries to save a chunk).

    This is also definitely not caused by the deletion bug, which would only affect chunks that are newly generated, not existing chunks, and is only an issue in singleplayer (it is due to the client and server running on separate threads; the client tries to delete the world while the server is still running, as it can take some time to shut down, which fails to delete files which are in use and/or the server writes to (and creates) new files when it saves chunks (only chunks which changed, hence the random scattering of chunks often observed).

    I didn't explain very well. I know you can play a world with no disk space, but if someone tried to load a world with zero disk space, I'm pretty sure the whole client will crash. Your drive can fill up mid-game and you can continue playing despite the damage it will do to the save game. I only know what happens in single player, I have no idea what happens with servers. Could a computer with no space host a server? No idea. I suppose it's not impossible.

    You are right about it not being the deletion bug, I forgot that it can't happen with terrain that is already generated. So, it must be some kind of corruption or something interfering with Minecraft's ability to place chucks correctly. But with the information given, I would have no idea, just throwing out possibilities.
    Posted in: Discussion
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    posted a message on Multiple Accounts

    Having two accounts means buying the game twice. If you want another account, you need to buy Minecraft again.

    Posted in: Discussion
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    posted a message on How Do You Feel About The New Textures?

    I like the idea of redoing the textures but have mixed feeling about what I'm seeing. Quite a few just look jarring or out of place. Perhaps when all the textures are done, it will look...not so bad. It looks like they made the textures more detailed and polished them, then enlarged them using Paint which made them look washed out and blurry. Others are so jarring they look like they were ripped from a smartphone game like the emerald and diamond blocks.

    Posted in: Recent Updates and Snapshots
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    posted a message on Chunk Weirdness

    Close this world and load it up again again. Does anything happen? Does it get worse, stay the same or does the world get better?


    I wouldn't think this is caused by lack of disk space, as I'm 99% sure you cannot even load a world on a computer with zero disk space, and even if you could run it, every time the world is loaded, the chucks will fail to be placed correctly and will get even more glitchy than previously. This might differ due to it being a server, but I don't think so. Check how much space is on your computer just in case.


    This looks almost certainly a case of the the game placing chunks in the wrong places, but why it's doing that is another question. I'm no world corruption expert but this looks like a bad case of corrupted chunks. I very rarely see them scattered everywhere like this, but it's the only explanation I can think of. Unless there is some bug I'm unaware of.


    What is this world called? Have you ever had another world of the same name in the past? It's a possibility that some of the chunks from that deleted world were carried over. (Was this bug ever fixed? Not to my knowledge.)

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    posted a message on [Poll] Are you using a texture/resource pack?

    I haven't played any version after 1.9, but I might check out the latest version just to see what has been done. I've used texture packs, but not on a regular basis, as I don't play modern versions much at all.

    Posted in: Discussion
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    posted a message on Alt Account on MC

    Accounts are not free. When you buy the game, you aren't really buying the software, you are buying the account to use it. Having two accounts means buying the game twice.


    Unless sharing your account is okay, there is no getting around buying a second account.

    Posted in: Discussion
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    posted a message on What do you think the best/worst Mc updates are?
    Quote from TheRealReeper»

    Everyone seems to hate Beta 1.8 for some reason. Your more of a fan of the old days?

    It's probably mostly for nostalgia reasons and people who dislike hunger(I'm one of them.) There was no large, ground-breaking update that changed a lot that wasn't heavily despised by the community. Every change alienates somebody. If 1.8 beta isn't good enough of an example, just look at 1.9. A lot of changes in 1.8 beta were pretty controversial, it's to be expected.
    Posted in: Discussion
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    posted a message on Minecraft Vegetaria Challenge

    I'm pretty sure the original vegetarian challenge has been around for more the 6 years now. This challenge is the same.

    Posted in: Survival Mode
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    posted a message on The ultimate solution for the texture change

    I was under the impression that old textures would be left as an alternate resource pack, but don't quote me on that. This would be okay, but it's a bit redundant for the reasons above. It's pretty easy to make a texture pack out of the old textures. I'm sure there will be tons of walkthroughs coming out for how to use the old textures for 1.13+.


    Very little support.

    Posted in: Suggestions
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    posted a message on What do you think the best/worst Mc updates are?

    The worst would be 1.6 or 1.8. 1.6 added the zombie siege feature which drove me mad. I'm so glad they dialed it back in 1.7, having a mob of 20 zombies on me every night was infuriating. I can't even play 1.8, if I touch one thing in the menu the graphics start having a seizure and I have to restart the whole thing. 1.8 was absurdly glitchy. I tried to create a world with it one time and no blocks would spawn so I fell into the void. After that, I was done with 1.8. Never touched it since. There weren't many features I even liked anyway aside from world customization.


    The best would be 1.9 or 1.7. I say 1.7 just because that was the version I played the most. Most mods nowadays are for 1.7. I liked all the new features a lot and it's always fun to play again today. After 1.8, I pretty much quit minecraft until 1.9 came along. 1.9 was the version that actually made vanilla survival fun again for me. I can't say I prefer the new combat system, but it is pretty fun to round up zombies and slash attack them all at once.

    Posted in: Discussion
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    posted a message on If there was a minecraft 2 / minecraft sequal
    Quote from SanikkuSama»

    It does exist, it's called Windows 10 Edition



    But that's basically a port. In other words, the same game made for Windows 10. Same way how the Xbox version isn't a sequel.

    Posted in: Suggestions
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