so im making a 32x pack and the textures wont load the pack does load in the texture pack section but not the textures is there something wrong with the mcmeta file or what cuz i put the normal code for the mcmeta file (btw i mean i copied and pasted it from the official wiki) does any one have an answer or any details i can provide to help them help me find an answer
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Oof, I've been seeing a lot of these: people asking what they did wrong but not showing us what you've done. We'd love to be able to help you but without more information there really isn't anything we can do other than guess. The easiest/fastest way to get help with a resource pack issue would be to upload the .zip of what you're working with to mediafire, or a similar service, and give us a link so we can see all the files, pathways and formatting. It's also important to let us know what version of MC you're working on since 1.12-1.13 had some pretty big formatting changes and 1.13-1.14 made some jumps too.
Some resource pack trouble-shooting you can probably figure out on your own. Start your launcher, go to the Settings area in the lower left of you screen, and check "Open output log when game starts," before starting the game. Once the game starts a new window should appear showing you exactly what the game is doing, as it does it. You can probably deselect the 'info' from the list and any issue with your resource pack should appear as either a warning or an error. I've included an output example from a pack I loaded into my game knowing it wouldn't be compatible. The errors are pretty self-explanatory, in my opinion, but if something doesn't make sense to you at least if we knew the error we would have somewhere to start helping you. Good luck, hope you get it all figured out.
ive been thinking and maybe its because i dont have all the textures yet will that effect anything cuz i only have a flower some leaves grass and concrete would this effect anything
No. Minecraft is designed specifically to fill in any "holes" in your pack with the default textures or whatever is under your pack in the Resource Packs menu. It's a matter of good practice to have as few files as possible in your pack. Anything that you didn't personally create shouldn't be in there. If you don't need a file, don't include it.
That said, you'd do well to listen to Katja. We need more information than "it doesn't work" since that could be any one of a dozen different problems. Posting a full path to your files and the names of the file names themselves would be a good first step. So for example "/assets/minecraft/textures/block/bedrock.png" for the Bedrock texture if that's what's not showing up.
Just making blind guesses isn't going to get you anywhere. Giving us the information that we need to direct you will. Please help us to help you, OK?