If you have a PC, you likely just need to add Java to your path. To do that, you must follow the directions I posted a few posts back. It was that lengthy post involving adding an environment variable.
yeah I had to do this to get a few mods working, its not hard GL
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Thank man but I can't understand where is this craftbukkik.jar!
I understand its difficult when working with a foreign operating system and a foreign language, but you are going in circles.
I do not speak Italian, and I do not own a MAC, but this is the one time I will try to help you.
The SSP version is for single player.
La versione di SSP è per il singolo giocatore.
The SMP version is for multiple player.
La versione dello SMP è per il giocatore multiplo.
The Bukkit version is for multiple player.
La versione di Bukkit è per il giocatore multiplo.
You need single player SSP
Avete bisogno di singolo giocatore SSP.
Ignore the SMP instructions
voi Ignori le istruzioni dello SMP
Ignore the Bukkit instructions
voi Ignori le istruzioni dello Bukkit
Please read this message for MAC help
voi read questo messaggio per aiuto del MACKINTOSH
How to manually modify minecraft.jar on a MAC
modificare manualmente minecraft.jar su un MACKINTOSH
as you can clearly see I do not speak Italian, but I have provided all the help I can for you, I can not help any more than this, I have no MAC, I speak no Italian, sorry if that sounds rude, but I tried. =)
I believe the terrain algorithm changed ever so slightly, so no promises but I doubt you'll see significant terrain errors (if any at all, just rough transitions at worst).
It's a much better release though so I'd really urge you to upgrade. Not to mention you can make custom biome trees.
The process to upgrade is simple: Make a backup copy of your biomeTerrainSettings.ini file, let it generate a fresh one, and manually copy your values back in. Make sure to preserve all the newly generated values or it will overwrite your file!
I'm curious if density settings operate on the trees. Though per-tree rarity would be really nice I agree, and maybe even defining what the leaves drop? at the moment it just cycles through the folder and disperses them 50/50 with Notch trees if both are on.
for performance fixes; i now can run this mod without my computer keeling over.
for being quick on bugfixes; i had trouble with making default trees and saw you were already on it.
and for biome trees; i can get them to work and have finally found an interest in messing with those confusing .ini files.
i have a request! not necessarily from you, but from anyone who reads this thread. is there anyway we could share our settings for this newer biome terrain mod update? forgive me if this has already been started, i found some pre-beta threads with a list of different settings you could download, but nothing current.
minecraft for me is first about exploration, and this mod really gives life to that.