Seems somewhere in the 1.7.X cycle, Minefactory Reloaded changed file names and folders so that the JSTR textures no longer load properly. I took the current files and renamed them and created the folders needed the make them work in 1.7.10. I did create a few new textures for some things that were missing, but they are nothing spectacular. Here's the zip:
I'm using the latest version of JSL (1.8.1) with MC Patcher and I'm having trouble getting wool and glass connect seamlessly so that only the end would have borders on them. It used to work perfectly before 1.8. Any help?
I have a minor issue with my version of JSL. I have everything current and I play vanilla Minecraft, no mods. Whenever I use the texture pack, the font is messed up. It comes out in blocks rather than as letters. I seem to be the only one having this problem that I can see. Does anyone have a suggestion on what I can do to fix it?
Due to Minecraft only supporting bitmapped font rather than the vector based true type font, I've made the font the highest quality possible at 512px.
The default John Smith Legacy Resource Packs contain the 512px version of the font as this version has a lot more detail but can cause issues with some older hardware.
If the in game text doesn't display properly and it's all white squares then this means you do not have enough texture RAM on your graphic card for the 512px font files, this usually occurs on older hardware, integrated graphics and some laptops, if this happen then you will need the 128px Berylium font add-on pack.
Hey there. I enjoy the feel load up. The colours are usually easy in my eye. But uh, the particular font is actually lil as well acceptable for me. That gets really sketchy whenever watching in-game books including the Thaumonomicom.
very good job. but with this error in some textures. ex: button vanilla wood!
I would ask if a version 64x64 is possible?
I would say go to http://js-legacy.net/jstr-vanilla/ and scroll to the bottom. You will see it with a big 64X VERSION text right above it's download links. It is recommended to have the original 32x version underneath it as the 64x isn't quite as complete.
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I have been using John Smith Legacy ever since I first started playing Minecraft about 2.5 years ago. It is by far my favorite resourcepack and the best one I have ever used. What I really love about this pack is not just the design/look of the pack itself, which I think is absolutely amazing and beautiful and just perfect for building my favorite styles of medieval/rustic/fantasy etc.; but I also love how it is 100% compatible with vanilla Minecraft and has nice features to go along with it, and that is the main reason I use the pack.