True. But that's a good thing. Honestly, we're all better off if people like that can't get onto SMP - because they tend to be the griefers and the ones who sling hate speech left and right. Sadly enough, it's too easy for people like that to breed, let alone get online. Both processes should require some sort of skill-testing questions. :smile.gif:
But I digress. Love the new patcher - made it so much easier for me to get my son back onto MC with his recently reformatted computer.
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"Don't know why you should feel that there's something to learn... it's just a game that you play."
Actually explain on how to use it or make a tutorial. I have no idea how to use this. Xau's was much simpler. I don't know what to do with the texture pack. Yes, I've read the entire post.
double click the jar to run patcher...click patch... put all texture packs into minecraft texturepack folder.. use menu in minecraft to change packs
I don't see why it's so hard for people to figure this out.
Personally I think this is 10x better than the original, both in simplicity and functionality.
I did exactaly what he said. I patched, put the texture pack (Misa HD) into .minecraft/texturepacks, and opened minecraft. I went to Mods and Texturepacks and clicked "Misa190.zip" and nothing happened. Played my world, no difference. I don't know what's wrong, I don't use mods.
I did.. in detail..it's that simple. if the pack isn't working for you...unzip it, take out the alternates file, rezip it and then try it not working with extra files in it is a known bug which has been adressed previously by me actually.
Okay, I have opened the jar file, patched minecraft, moved Misa190.zip into the minecraft texturepack folder. I ran minecraft and changed it to Misa190.zip. Still nothing is happening. Do you want me to post the log?
Edit: Found the issue, my Misa190 folder had the EXACT same files as the default minecraft files. I don't know how, but I re-downloaded it and I'm going to try it.