GhostRay is a NEW, X-Ray Texture Pack made for only the best griefers, miners or just the average player. Also with its AMAZING Features it outlines Diamond, Emeralds, Iron, Coal, Gold and Redstone for maximum mining!
-Removed Sound files to extremely reduce file size.
-Removed Lapiz Lazuli Outline
-Cobblestone is not longer see-through
-Water now only has 1 stripe through it
-Tall ferns and Rose bushes now are see-through
-Re-textured Pumpkin Vision
-Added .ZIP download
-Added Coal Outline with Transparent center (3 pixel)
-Fixed Lapiz Lazuli Outline, now had Transparent center and 3 pixel Outline.
-Removed Pumpkin Vision, now fully Transparent (easy for anti-Enderman)
-When in water, it is no longer blue, instead a diagonal line across.
Middle of Lapis Lazuli
Bottem and Top of Sandstone
Stone Pressure Plate
Bottem of Lever
Stone Monster Egg
Also if you have any ideas that could make this Texture Pack better please contact me via Youtube @AuKtagonapus
I was trying this pack out on a creative server and the textures are nicely done. The only downside to this pack and the reason I can't recommend this texture pack overall is that Auktagon has gone and plastered big 'Ghostray' text on the inventory screen (and on the login screen - but I don't mind that one so much as you only see it once as you login).
Auktagon - you've got an excellent pack - why ruin it by uglying up the minecraft interface! A discrete (ie small) 'Ghostray' label on the login screen is acceptable to remind us that we're using your excellent textures. But imho, it's unforgivable to ugly up my inventory window. I know it seems a trivial matter, but as others have said, there are a million texture packs out there ... so I'm off to use one of the others that isn't so blatant in their need to remind me what texture pack I'm using.
Look guys... Just because you could create a xray texure pack like this in 5 or 10 minutes, does not mean someone else would want to...
AuKtagon just a hint... you do not need ALL the texture files in the texture pack, to make a new texture pack. Just a "pack.txt" and the "terrain.png" file in a zip will do the job. And make it a ZIP so people can put it in the "texturepacks" folder.