Is it possible to revert certain chunks back to their original state with some sort of third party program? Basically I started a huge project (one that I'm about 1/4 done with and have already used ~5000 wood, ~1000 cobble, and ~1000 glass) and I don't think it fits the theme of my world very much. Also I see the potential of it looking really good when I'm finished with it, I simply don't want to spend the massive amount of time it would take to finish. Thanks for any help.
I don't want to start any flame wars, but hum... If I understood correctly, you wish to basically revert the whole area you've already built upon to it's original state?
If that's what you meant, then it really depends.
Let's say you have had to actually, for instance, destroy a tree in order to build on top of it. Then, to my knowledge, No, there are no third party programs to do such a specific thing.
If all you've done was basically build just a creation from the ground up with no damage to the environment whatsoever, then let me tell you mate, TNT and Flint & Steel are your friends, just keep that in mind =3
No, I've destroyed a lot of the original land that was there lol. I basically leveled a mountain and built a beach resort in its place. Which, after I was about 1/4 through, I decided it wouldn't look very appropriate in my medieval themed world. If I delete those chunks will the revert back?
You can delete the chunks and they should be re-created as they were, unless they were created by a different level generator, or an older version of the games level generator (terrain generated in 1.0 likely wont re-generate the same in 1.2.6). I Do it on occasion to remove chunk errors and spots ive hacked on, though snow areas sometimes dont fully fill with snow (deleting a single snow chunk, thats surrounded by other snow chunks may result in a snowless chunk, or a parially snowed chunk).
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Thanks for the help guys :smile.gif: I think I'm going to recreate the area with mcedit. oh and btw, I do backup my saves. I just have done tons of stuff I don't want deleted after I started this project