Вращение Земли Майнкрафтская (Time-speed Mod) for Minecraft 1.7.9 by Sedridor
Ever wanted longer days or nights in Minecraft to have more time to explore or build? Maybe you even want the day lengths to vary depending on the season? B3M is a mod that lets you change the speed of the time in Minecraft, without the undesirable slow-motion effects on mobs, actions and plant growth that other such mods do. By default it takes 20 minutes for a full day/night cycle. You can slow down the day/night cycles up to 72 times to make Minecraft days last 24 earth hours, or you can increase the speed by up to 20 times, which would make a day last only 1 earth minute. Recommended values are between 3-12 (for 1-4 hours per day). There's also settings for displaying the current ingame time and day.
Installation - Download and install Forge for your Minecraft version - If this mod's file is ZIP, unzip it first - Move this mod's jar file into the mods folder of Minecraft - Launch Minecraft - Modify settings in B3M.cfg and restart game
Version 1.12.2-14 / 1.7.9-12 [28-4-2019] - Fixed issue causing settings to revert - Implemented an API - Added option to hide seed from F3 screen in single player worlds
Version 1.12.2-12 [2-2-2019] - Fixed crash upon sleeping
Version 1.12.2-10 / 1.7.9-10 [27-1-2019] - Completely redesigned pathing of sun and moon to be more realistic - Removed latitude limit, can now be set up to 90 (polar days and nights are possible) - Fixed wrong season for southern latitudes - Improved darker nights
Version 1.12.2-02 / 1.9.4-07 / 1.7.9-08 [7-7-2018] - 1.12.2: Added support for Serena Seasons - Implemented feature for darker nights - Implemented more commands, changed settings now get saved after exiting a world - Implemented update checker - Fixed day length depending on latitude - Fixed other glitches
Version 1.12.2-01 [20-5-2018] - Updated for 1.12.2
Version 1.11-01 [7-12-2016] - Updated for 1.11
Version 1.9.4-04 [7-12-2016] - Updated for latest Forge - Fixed issue with shaders
Version 1.9.4-01 [20-5-2016] - Updated to 1.9.4
Version 1.9-08 [4-5-2016] - Fixed time syncing code
Version 1.9-07 / 1.8.9-04 / 1.7.9-07 [17-4-2016] - More fixes for textures and stuff
Version 1.9-05 [10-4-2016] - Fixed issue with StorageDrawers - Fixed moon texture
Version 1.9-04 [5-4-2016] - Fixed for Forge 1805+
Version 1.9-02 / 1.8.9-02 / 1.7.9-05 [29-3-2016] - Added compatibility with shaders - New textures for sun and moon (only visible with no resource pack active) - Various fixes and improvements
Version 1.9-01 [21-3-2016] - Updated to 1.9
Version 1.8.9-01 [14-3-2016] - Updated to 1.8.9
Version 1.7.9-02 [27-7-2014] - Fixed an issue with the vignette - Fix for dawn shifting below 0 when starting new worlds with variable day lengths turned off
Version 1.7.9-02 [20-7-2014] - Beds now adjust to variable daylight length - Added option to sync with system time - Text display size can now be bigger - Added option to display calendar date - New worlds can now start in daylight
Version 1.7.9-01 [27-6-2014] - Updated to 1.7.10
Version 1.5.2-09 / 1.7.2-07 / 1.6.4-06 [14-6-2014] - Various glitches fixed
Version 1.5.2-08 / 1.7.2-05 / 1.6.4-04 [7-6-2014] - The suns declination can now vary depending on season - Varying day/night lengths depending on season Settings for these features are saved per world
Version 1.4.7-1.7.2 [5-6-2014] - Rewritten to ensure much higher accuracy - Time scale setting is now saved per world Config file setting is only used when starting new worlds - Fixed some glitches
Version 1.5.2 [20-5-2013] - Updated to 1.5.2 and for SMP
Version 1.5.1 [20-5-2013] - Updated for SMP
- Download and install Forge for your Minecraft version - 1.4.7-1.5.2: Unzip this mod's jar file into the coremods folder of Minecraft - 1.7.9+: If this mod's file is ZIP, unzip it - 1.7.9+: Move this mod's jar file into the mods folder of Minecraft - Launch Minecraft - Modify settings in B3M.cfg and restart game
TimeMultiplier: <-20 to 72> (default: 1) - How much slower time goes, relative to normal Minecraft. SystemTime: yes/no (default: no) - Makes the game run on real time StartDate: (default: 1-1-1) - Date a newly created world starts on. StartOnDawn: yes/no (default: yes) - Start newly created worlds on dawn. Latitude: <-90 to 90> (default: 23.5) - Simulated latitude used for sun/moon declination and day/night variance. LocalOffset: <-90 to 90> (default: 0.0) - Longitude distance from center of local timezone. VariableSunDeclination: yes/no (default: yes) - Path of sun in sky depends on season. DaylightSaving: yes/no (default: yes) - Gradual addition of an hour during summer. RoundCelestials: yes/no (default: yes) - Sun and Moon are circular instead of quadratic. Moonlight: yes/no (default: yes) - Nights are brighter depending on moon phase. DarkerNights: yes/no (default: yes) - More realistic night lighting. SunSize: <10.0 to 40.0> (default: 10.0) - Size of sun. MoonSize: <10.0 to 40.0> (default: 10.0) - Size of moon.
ShowClock: yes/no (default: yes) - Display a clock on screen. ShowDay: yes/no (default: yes) - Show current day number. ShowDayOfYear: yes/no (default: yes) - Show current day number in year. ShowDate: yes/no (default: yes) - Show current date. ShowTimeLabel: yes/no (default: yes) - Show label. HPos: <-64 to 4096> (default: 4) - Horizontal position of clock on screen (0 is left). VPos: <-64 to 2304> (default: 4) - Vertical position of clock on screen (0 is top). TextSize: <1 or 2> (default: 1) - Size of text. DoesGuiPauseGame: yes/no (default: yes) - Should singleplayer game be paused when menu is open. HideSeed: yes/no (default: no) - Hide seed from F3 screen in single player worlds.
Is B3M compatible with other mods? It should be compatible with all Forge mods.
Is it functioning on SMP? Yes.
Is it allowed to be added to modpacks? Yes.
Can you show more images? There's not much to see on images, because the main purpose of this mod is to alter time speed.
I don't know what happened to the old thread but it seems to be struck out... I have an issue with the mod, the settings keep resetting, I have to revert to version .01 for the time to stay at what I set it... when I type /ts 12 and I quit the game and then start the game again, version .02 and .12 both reset the /ts scale to stock... Please fix...