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Nov 3, 2012I have recently reloaded my laptop with Windows 8 32-bit Professional and thought I'd give Minecraft a try, however, when I load the game up it goes through all the loading stuff, and even gets me into the single-player just fine but when I try to look around my view will either snap to the sky and start spinning when I move the mouse or the ground and do the same thing. It seemed to work when I have fullscreen turned on and V-sync off, but shortly after setting it to these settings the screen goes black for a second and then windows the screen (even though fullscreen is still "On") and the issue returns. I've tried both a USB mouse and the touchpad on the laptop, causing same issue in game. I've tried changing mouse sensitivity, only change is the rate at which is snaps to the sky or ground. Any help would be greatly appreciated.Posted in: Java Edition Support
Feb 23, 2012Posted in: Minecraft ToolsQuote from Creator_James
I really do not care XD. It is a .NET Application, and people are free to decompile it if they have the tools. I have .NET Reflector.
Anyway, I'll be coding this in Java, and making Query and RCON on my own, with no Libraries or DLLs... If Possible.
You have recieved your response. Chill out Man, I've been grounded. My brother has been on my Minecraft Forum account.
EDIT: I'll be releasing the Source. I've sent it to other people, and I'm pretty sure I already have the source up on my DropBox, I'll have to check.
If you ever need help with Java, feel free to contact me at [email protected] and I'll see if I can't help out with it.
Feb 22, 2012Okay, I got mine working. Steps that I took:Posted in: Legacy Support
Deleted my .minecraft folder in my AppData folder.
Ran minecraft.jar (the linux version of minecraft)
This got me the lwjgl.jar
It would then get stuck at minecraft.jar
I opened in-browser game (after closing minecraft application locally)
It would give me the same problem. I left it open and opened my local minecraft.jar
It then froze once, I restarted the application and it downloaded everything.
Feb 22, 2012Posted in: Legacy SupportQuote from SenslessDoug
If the downloads not going all the way through than its not surprising that the bin folder only has a couple of files in it. Here is what I would try, though I have no idea whether it will work or not. First delete the bin folder than go to the minecraft website login than go back to the main page of the minecraft website and click "play in browser". It should go through the same loading process. After it is done you can close it down and again try to play it through the client.(Also make sure your JAVA is up to date, I feel like I need to attach this to every piece of advice I give out.)
I am having same issues as the thread starter, and have tried doing exactly that (going through browser) and get the same issue. And I certainly have the most up-to-date Java.
Feb 22, 2012So I just bought Minecraft, and before I bought my buddy a copy of minecraft I decided to try mine out. Mine kept freezing at the first retrieval "lwjgl.jar". I fixed this by deleting my bin folder and starting over. Now it just stops at "Retrieving: minecraft.jar 34%". I don't have any software active that blocks access to Amazon's servers. I have attempted both Windows and Linux versions (I am on Windows 7 64-bit, 4gb RAM). Please help. I even tried the in-browser edition and get same problem.Posted in: Legacy Support
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