I'm running ~25 mods on 1.2.3_04. My intention is to build a program for myself (I'm a programmer) so that I can easily switch back to 1.2.3_04 if I hate 1.2.6 because it's missing my favorite mod(s).
But then... I kindof ditched that reasoning.
I'm STILL coding the program, but now I'm doing it so that I can have two copies of 1.2.6 with separate mods (one for FancyPack, that non-compatible piece of eat-your-heart-out, spit-it-on-the-sidewalk and walk away in all its sexiness mod )... and one for the rest of the mods. :smile.gif:
Ah, lots of different mods. :< I can see that.
Although couldn't you get a new .jar and re-install all your favorite mods? It might take a while, but it'll be worth it for this lovely piece of torchy goodness. <3
(oh yeah, fancypack. i love it but... it doesn't work with like anything else! augh!)
Just save a backup of your minecraft.jar and use a program like Minecrafter to switch between mods. With seperate maps, you won't have to worry about crashing either. And you can use the old minecraft.jar as a mod so you can replace the new 1.