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Dear Mojang: The swamps are STILL ugly
Poll: Does this topic deserve more time and attention in regards to th
Does this topic deserve more time and attention in regards to th - Single Choice
- No, I'm okay with the new biome transitions and the custom swamp colors that are available with MC patch. 24.3%
- Yes, this petition needs to continue. I'm still not satisfied. 75.7%
Ended May 15, 2014
According to the coding, the color is more or less purple on top of the biome chart.
Yes, but it's a purple *overlay*. For the default shade of green, this results in a dark, broody shade of green. For richer, lusher shades of green than the default, it turns them puke colored.
Just seems like you are upset that a third party product (texture pack) is not living up to your expectations when from Mojang's perspective the biome works fine, and as a user of default textures I agree. yet I would argue they should change the sun and moon of the default texture to a blocky circle like
instead of just the square.
Want a texture pack to make your swamp trees look this color?
Mostly moved on. May check back a few times a year.
Nope, the "transition" still looks terribad (except now over a larger area).
How come such an awesome thread gets in the 2nd page.
This should always be in the 1st page until what is being requested gets added !
Yes, but notch is the only person who created a multi million dollar block game.
If I wrote to bethesda saying "hey, love skyrim but dark elves looks weird, can you please fix it?" we would never hear, back. So I don't think larger company are the solution. Mojang always says that they value fan input. And they have never said they were going to fix this. They say they already fixed it and it's perfect.
Post "/sign" to add yourself to the petition.
(Also, your signature is awesome.)
I used to think like this, but the most update worthy features are ones that are bitched about the most on the forum, and as much as i tried to tolerate swamps, I stand before the masses, and
Let the freedom of swamp color choices be truly free at last!