Thank you! Ran around for weeks to find some carrots - no village anywhere, no zombie wanted to give me one.
The amidst-map showed a *lot* of villages - that couldn't be correct! But the first coordinates visited had a village.
I eventually found my carrots.
A really good program, very well made and functional. On GNU/Linux (Ubuntu 14.04 Unity 64bit) I have not found important problems; even if it crashes when I select a profile snapshot. I hope it continues to work, it's a great open source project!
I just fixed that-- but I still need to add support for those custom world parameters, and then I'll release an updated beta (or possibly version?)
(Still needs support for things like no villages)
[info] Searching for biome color profiles.
[info] Unable to find biome color profile folder.
[info] Beginning latest version list load.
[info] Attempting to download remote version list...
[info] Scanning for profiles.
[crash] Unable to open launch_profiles.json
[crash] java.io.FileNotFoundException: C:\Users\Kote\AppData\Roaming\.minecraft\launcher_profiles.json (Не удается найти указанный файл)
at java.io.FileInputStream.open(Native Method)
at java.io.FileInputStream.<init>(Unknown Source)
at java.io.FileReader.<init>(Unknown Source)
at java.lang.Thread.run(Unknown Source)
AMIDST-3.7-beta-1.jar -mcpath - didn't help( What else can I do?
I don't understand how to make the biome color profiles work. What does it mean "a folder named "biome" next to AMIDST"? How do you put it next to AMIDST?
What he means is where ever you have Amidst residing on your hard drive, in that same folder make a new folder called biome.
For example I have a folder called 37Amidst that contains AMIDST-3.7-beta-1.exe, AMIDST-3.7-beta-1.jar, and several other files.
Also in this folder is a sub-folder called "biome".
If you create this folder the next time you run that copy of Amidst it will see that sub-folder and write out a file called "default.json".
I suggest that you download Notepad++ to edit this file.
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Is there a guide to get this working? There seems to be some pretty specific requirements for getting this to work; like versions supported, etc..but I can't find a how-to anywhere...All I get are java errors and it crashes.