or something that matches please and thank you...person to come up with the best one gets the privilege of being the first Minecrafter to smelt diamond ore :ohmy.gif:
Oh and you get
Wait, do you want me to make an ei.class or make you an entirely new cape? Oh, and everyone that is still waiting on me to finish the cape (the camo cape) or make an ei.class, I'll finish when I wake up. Can't really type in my sleep XD
Either or,if you want you can just make an ei.class,but if you feel artistic you can make another that fits my assassin skin :biggrin.gif:
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1) Go to Applications>Utilities and open terminal.
2) Type in the following, line by line:
jar xf ~/Library/Application\ Support/minecraft/bin/minecraft.jar
3) Outside of terminal, copy the eu.class file into the mctmp directory.
4) Back inside terminal, type in the following:
jar uf ~/Library/Application\ Support/minecraft/bin/minecraft.jar ./
rm -rf mctmp
5) Run Minecraft
Alternatively there is a program called Minecrafter that you can use to install mods on a mac with. It works well too.
Also you might want to check out this thread. This guy has made an apple script for installing mods on a mac. The apple script pretty much automatically runs the instructions i gave you at the beginning. You might want to download that and use it first. It will save you some typing. =)
I hope this will be of use to you and you get your cape working.
Go into the command prompt and use the "cd" command to go into the directory you saved the eu.java in. For example, when you start it you have this show below a bunch of version stuff (I'm using Windows XP):
I hope this still works...
Right click on computer and hit properties
Under the advance tab, click environment variables
Scroll down until you see Path. Double click it
At the end put a semi-colon (:wink.gif: and then put the full path to the /bin file that contains the javac file. No spaces.
You have got me designing capes now... thank you so much... you guys should make a cape skindex.
You're welcome, and that's not such a bad idea. Now if only I knew how to make one and had a computer fast enough to do that. Currently, the closest thing to that is Tegar's Olde Cape Shoppe. You can post any capes you make on there and add to the huge collection. If I ever finish the Java books I have, I'll see if I can make a better system for it. (I wonder how many times I've linked to either Telgar's thread and this thread.)