This mod is for single player (because who cares if you cheat yourself), server moderators, testing oregen configs and multiplayer communities who explicitly agree that using the mod is okay on their server.
I know that the mod can be used for cheating purposes, however please do not encourage it as cheating is not fun for other players who play fair and promoting cheating tools is actually against the forum rules (at least it was last time I checked).
Ok I apologise - didn't read the post correctly & didn't realise it was on single player, however I still consider it cheating (even to yourself) as the whole point of playing the game IMHO is the explore & find things 'naturally' not use mods to make things easier to find..
The only reason for xray imho on single player is if you're wanting to find a 'suitable location' for a build underground - finding a large cave/chasm or mineshaft for example (bit pointless atm until the caves update comes up) but in single player you can always go 'spectator' to do that anyway so Xray is not really necessary
As for the suggestion I gave.. Is it against the rules ? - especially as you can easier search curseforge for it (which is part of MinecraftFourms) & all I've done is point them towards where they can find it if they really need an xray mod
I actually have advanced XRay which is only useful for finding ores. I want to find caves, ravines, mob spawners, mineshafts, full bright mode just like the original XRay mod. I have the texture pack but no way to config it, and can't seem to zoom in (OptiFine) with texture pack to see far away.
If you did you would see a folder full of Xray mods - & right at the top of that folder is 'Xray-59-1131.jar'
For future reference, Dromar has been naming his version of xray in the form of 'xray-xx-yyyy.jar', where:
'xray': is the name of the mod
'xx': this is a version number/bug fix - if he makes a bug fixed update for a particular minecraft version then this number will increase - otherwise it just increases on the next version released
'yyyy': this is the version of minecraft that the mod is used on
So if you wanted the latest version of xray for mincraft 1.15.2 then you would want xray-69-1152, since xray-68-1152 would've been the first release & probably there was a bug so Dromar released an update
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://minecraftxray.net"> Works on all versions of Minecraft from 1.6.4 up to 1.11.Features a configurable xray mode and cave finder, fullbright, configurable coordinates display, survival fly and fly speed.A full list of features can be found on my website: minecraftxray.net
You can download a preview release of the next version that includes support up to 1.12.1 here.
You can download it here. The latest version of XRay is version 47. It was released on November 27th, 2016.
If you want to checkout the latest beta version, it's also available on my website.
How do I install it?
The mod comes with an installer. Simply double click on the downloaded file, and select a profile to install it into. You can select a vanilla profile, a modded profile, a Forge profile, or even a LiteLoader profile! It will also detect Technic mod packs and ATLauncher instances.
Note: if you double click on the installer, and it opens in WinRAR (or similar program), you will need to right click on the downloaded file, and go to Open with ~> Java(TM) Platform SE binary. If that option is not available you may need to install or reinstall Java.
Forge & LiteLoader
You can manually install it with Forge by placing the downloaded file into your mods folder - just like you would do to install any other Forge mod.
LiteLoader is the same as Forge except you must place it into a versioned mods folder.
Navigate to .technic\modpacks\[modpack name]\mods where [modpack name] is the name of the modpack you want to install XRay into, and place the downloaded file into this folder just as you would do a Forge mod.
Place the downloaded file into ATLauncher\Instances\[instance name]\mods where [instance name] is the name of the instance you want to install XRay into.
If you run into a compatibility issue with something, let me know so I can find a way to make it work!
How do I change what blocks are visible?
All configuration is done through the user interface. The default keybinding to open the user interface is J, which you can change in-game if needed.
It turns out that getting a complete list of all blocks in the game, especially when third party mods are involved, is a bit difficult. XRay will prepopulate the list with some blocks it can easily detect, however, some may still be missing. To address this problem, XRay will add the missing blocks to the list as it filters them when XRay is enabled.
It is very simple: I am not responsible with what you do with my mod.
You may distribute my mod with the original links, and only the original links, on any website or forum you wish. You may not download and then re-upload my mod to any site without my written permission. If you feature my mod in a video, you must include a link back to this page.
If you're going to link to my mod from somewhere, I would really prefer it if you linked to this post rather than directly to the download. This way the user can download an updated version and read about the mod a little bit.
I love this mod and have used it for years. Thanks to everyone who has kept it alive. I find I use the coordinates display more than anything else. Is there a way to add the tool durability of the current tool I'm holding?
I too love this mod and have used it for about 6 years now .. I have also been tweeking a 1.12 world I created 2 years ago
Suddenly, this morning, my XRay-58 wouldn't load.. I looked in my Mods folder and it had been renamed "XRay_Modv58_Modded__1.12.2".. As of yesterday, and the previous 2 years, it has worked fine.. I don't know when it was renamed because I play just about every day
I have spent all day reading this thread to find out that the authors have changed and there are newer versions and downloading them into my Mods folder trying to get one to work.. None of these will even load
These are the versions I have tried (one at a time of course) and they don't even show up in my Mods list from the Mods screen in Minecraft
BTW I have been using the latest Forge 1.12.2-forge-22.214.171.12455 since it's update 1 year ago
PLEASE help me
UPDATE: So I re-installed Minecraft and it crashed.. Here is the Crash Log: