I'm glad for all of the other support in helping make minecraft a better program with my mod and all that have helped with all the changes and independent updates.
I will prolly always keep a version of my mod for those that want the option to be available in-game (until they make it so).
I hope I have made your Minecraft lives easier and not just a bugger to update :wink.gif:
Once again thank you for your support and I wish you all a happy digging. (May you tame your wolves in peace)
UI Adjustable Scaling (Alpha 1.2.6 - Beta 1.3)
Allows the user to change the scaling of the UI so you can keep the GUI the same size no matter what resolution you are running. I find it very useful and works well with my GUIs :biggrin.gif: Also added a full screen button!
Automatically saves settings.
WARNING: Through no fault of my own there seems to be a pretty bad bug that freezes the mouse after returning from full screen. Hopefully that will be fixed in future updates of Minecraft. My suggestion is switching to full screen BEFORE changing the UI size.
Don't forget to delete the META-INF folder on the root of Minecraft.jar
UI Fixed Scaling (Alpha 1.2.6 - Beta 1.2)
Fixes the scaling of the UI so you can keep the GUI the same size no matter what resolution you are running. I find it very useful and works well with my GUIs :biggrin.gif:
It's fixed at a scale of 2x. The same size as when you first open the game.
Windows 2000 looks pretty cool, you should do that.
That, or maybe Windows XP. But hey, GREAT job on the Chrome skin.
I am using it from now and on. It just looks too cool!
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Ideas I would like to see in vanilla Minecraft: 1) A grinding machine — similar to a furnace, but breaks down items like a leather tunic into pieces of leather. 2) Recycling — the ability to smelt metal tools and pieces of armor back into their respective ingots. 3) A hammer — used to break down cobblestone into gravel, and gravel into sand. 4) A study — a work bench that takes an enchanted item and a plain book to extract enchantments at the cost of experience.