I believe what the op is referring to is invisible skins on blocks.
In that case, the servers should be allowed to superimpose a skin by updating the .jar files. Plus, servers could be themed that way and everyone would see them. There could be a menu option on the main screen to reset your theme in case you didn't like the imposed one.
Camoflage is ok
it doesnt really work that well anyway
invisi skins is a cheat that doesnt work anyway
people useing mods /texture packs to see/find ores have lost the game...
i call them noobs.
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it will obviously be CHOCOLATE ORE
used to make cocoa beans and CHOCOLATE CAKE and CHOCOLATE INGOTS
CHOCOLATE INGOTS will be used to make CHOCOLATE TOOLS which are obviously much stronger than diamond and also may be eaten if you are hungry.
If people in servers don't like "invisible" skins, why don't they just make it against the rules? And even if you can't SEE the person, you can still see that they are there, as it will show their name if you see them, even if you don't know you see them.
You can't make people adapt to you. You have to adapt to them. Because if there's one thing about people, they won't change for someone else, unless they want to. So if they have something over you, they're not going to get rid of it. You just need to learn how to even the odds.
So think: What's something about a player online that you will ALWAYS see?
Now that you know that, just keep an eye out for their names and you should be perfectly fine.
Personally, I agree with the fact that while the entire skin shouldn't be able to be completely invisible, some pixels of it should. For example, just the other day I downloaded a ghost skin I thought looked cool. My legs looked like tattered pieces of cloth floating in the wind with no feet, my hands were floating, and there was a hole in my chest. I spent hours trying to find something interesting like that and was kinda sad about the fact that all the pixels that should have been invisible were turned black.