I was a bit annoyed at how sound modding was so annoying to do, so I created a little app that would speed things up by sort of "automating" the process as best as I could. The application is Windows only and written in VisualBasic, I know what you're thinking "EW NO CROSS COMPATABILITY AND ITS VB!!" well I have reasons:
1. I don't use any other OS, therefore I can't program anything for them
2. VB.NET allows me to quickly create what I want, and to be honest I made this mostly just for myself so I don't really care what it's written in
So don't whine about it.
- Disable Sounds outside of Minecraft (pretty much a requirement)
- Launch Minecraft from within the application (prerequisites listed in README)
- 2-click sound swap (select sound pack + click swap sounds)
- 1 simple example pack
- Nice little GUI ;D
- Now disables music and sound (I can't believe I missed that!)
Edit: Turns out music is loaded a different way so in order to replace music you have to first let it download all the default music then replace it after (at least one of the tracks won't be replaceable until later on).
It doesnt work with me :sad.gif:
anyways, if only there was a working texture switcher like this around which you can change the textures and not just have the same one as I have the snowy mod pack on all the time and I hate it :sad.gif:
Change the textures manualy? You can use this guide to help you.
In the same folder as the program. At least when both .exes are in the same folder it works for me.
This program is pretty brilliant by the way.
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+ Actually fixed disabling music
+ Fixed a potential IndexOutOfRange error
+ Added warning when no sound pack is selected
+ Clarified the warning when Minecraft couldn't be launched
+ Added warning when swapping sound files
+ Added option to restore defaults
+ Added an alert when a sound pack installed successfully (this is because after restoring defaults, it appeared as if nothing happened)
Also, I fixed the example pack so now all the sounds are used.
I must say, with the Zelda sounds, this is awesome :smile.gif:
Great work Zuriki
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