No more floating chunks of wood after a forest fire! Now you can burn a forest without the mess!
With FirePu-. O wait, wrong product. Anyways, this mod makes fire burn through trunks and wooden planks like leafs, allowing you to burn down forests without having to remove the floating burning logs.
What exactly does this modify? If it modifies logs individually, indefinite fire with planks and other opaque wooden blocks would still be possible. If it modifies the wood material, it wouldn't be my cup of tea, because that would ruin my basic incinerator and fireplaces. :sad.gif:
I see, you changed how fire is able to spread. Did you change just wood, or planks and other items too?
I poked my head around and decided to upload my own version of this. It decreases planks' chance of spreading fire, and increases it for logs and leaves, to ensure that forests burn, and you can keep using your fireplace with planks or other wooden non-log blocks.
Oh and for everyone complaining about Dropbox, you're all ridiculous. One small time period of it being down and you say Dropbox sucks, but it's far superior to all other file sharing sites, and is much, MUCH easier on the uploader. :tongue.gif:
Hello. I have a problem. I unzipped the minecraft_server.jar, added your .class, deleted the META-INF folder, rezipped, changed the ext to .jar, and tried to launch minecraft_server.jar. No luck; corrupted jar. This is true whether I d/l the file, edit on the mac, and u/l it, or if I do the unzipping edits and zipping on the host VPS itself. Can I get a clue please? Can I make these changes without unzipping? My VPS doesn't have the jar command.