Sometimes, a random exception appears at the start. Ignore it. I'm trying to fix it
Splash text is a bit glitchy
FAQ: Q: Can I delete the files inside the .minecraft/MineC# Launcher/ folder?
A: The natives.tar and the ressources.zip are files which are generated from minecraft download or update. You can delete them. But the settings.dat is needed for the settings. If you delete it, all settings will be lost!
Q: I get an error if I try to start minecraft: "Couldn't create Java Virtual Machine"
A: You allocated too much RAM. Allocate less to fix it
Q: Is there a cracked function?
A: No, and there will never be a cracked function
Q: Why does it need administrator rights?
A: Because it needs to add registry entrys (protocol registration for mc://start, setup etc...)
Q: Are you going to publish the source code?
Q: Which minecraft versions does it support?
A: All versions.
Q: Is there a support for Mac OS X or Linux?
A: Currently, there is no support for it. But maybe later i will add support with the Mono Framework.
Changelog: Version 1.1.3:
Updated Stats version to 3.0
* Added language
Settings Version is now 4.0 (added last joined server)
Fixed missing Language String issue
Fixed glichty TabControl bug
Fixed the title of the texturepack window
Fixed script errors
Fixed random appearing exception at start
Added mc://debug to use the debug mode
Added mc://ip:port for joining to a server
Added the option to join a server
Added Snapshot downloader
New way for launching Minecraft
Checks now if the statistics server is down, this will prevent a crash
Readded Splash Text
Checking now for Java.exe
Downgraded LWJGL from 2.8.5 to 2.8.4, this fixes some bugs (force update is required to apply it)
Updated Config Version to 3
Launcher checks now the Internet Connection
Using HTTP POST for anonymous Statistics
Removed old using statements
Fixed anonymous statistics bug
Multilanguage (supports german and english)
WARNING: YOU ARE NOT ALLOWED TO DECOMPILE THIS LAUNCHER!
Tab control glitches: I dont know why that happens, this must be a bug from Windows... I'm already trying to fix it
Script errors: Defaultly, Windows uses IE 6/7 for the WebBrowser in the Windows Forms. And IE 6/7 has many script errors. I will also try to fix that
I will also add the feature to select the .minecraft directory