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    posted a message on Large lag spikes - tried many fixes to no avail

    Well glad you got it fixed, I'll have to keep that in mind when it happens again.

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    posted a message on Minecraft with Fabric mods Crashing

    Ugh less than and greater than always confused me, why would a mod in a pack for 1.16 need higher Java than the game itself?

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    posted a message on Large lag spikes - tried many fixes to no avail

    I've had this issue on one machine but not any others. Never could pin down the cause. It usually didn't happen until after a little while playing, say an hour or more, then it would start lagging more and more. Usually restarting the game fixed it and it might not come back for a couple days even. Very frustrating. Nothing seemed to change it, Java version, video drivers, windows updates, or any hardware changes. My only guess is that some other program was interfering but beyond the normal windows stuff usually there was not much else running, and hardly anything using CPU or GPU.

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    posted a message on Minecraft with Fabric mods Crashing
    {java @ [>=11]}

    Less than or equal to Java 11 I believe. Looks like this is a 1.16 mod pack? Pretty sure Minecraft 1.16 still uses Java 8, which should come with your install of Minecraft, where Minecraft 1.17 uses Java 16 I think, so if you're trying to run a 1.16 modpack on Java 16 that's not going to work. But it should by default come with the version of Java needed so I don't know how that could be messed up.

    Just guessing though, could be wrong.


    I was wrong. OK so that one mod needs a java version higher than 11. That is strange, not sure why a 1.16 mod would need a higher Java version than the game uses.

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    posted a message on Cannot load into maps

    Looks like a Java error with your AMD/ATI video drivers maybe? Might be Optifine is not compatible with your drivers, try updating them.


    JRE version: Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (8.0_301-b09) (build 1.8.0_301-b09)
    Java VM: Java HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM (25.301-b09 mixed mode windows-amd64 compressed oops)
    Problematic frame:
    C [atio6axx.dll+0xbfce60]
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    posted a message on Multiplayer isn't avaible

    See this post


    https://www.minecraftforum.net/forums/support/java-edition-support/3102395-cant-play-multiplayer-after-account-migration


    You have to go into your Microsoft account and change the privacy settings.

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    posted a message on Can't play multiplayer after account migration

    I poked around to try to find a more direct link but it seems there's all sorts of verifications and stuff that has to go on, so from the https://account.microsoft.com/family/ link, expand the toolbar on the left side (grid button top left of window) and click "All apps", then "Privacy" towards the bottom. Under "Manage your privacy settings" click Xbox, then click "XBox / Windows 10 Online Safety" and probably some or all of those will need to be set to allow. Like I mentioned, you'll need passwords and verification e-mails to get to these settings.


    At least I think that's where you have to go, I haven't migrated my Mojang account yet, but then all mine are set to allow already so probably no issue for me.

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    posted a message on Disabling a Specific Block

    I would check the config file and see if there's an option to disable those features. I see you already asked on the curse forge page so you might get an answer there if there's an option in the config or not.


    Can you just dig up the footprint block and put down a normal block in the meantime?

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    posted a message on Minecraft Java on MacOS.

    I don't think there's anything bad about it really, it's just that as I recall, Apple has their own version of Java that is the only version that can run on MAC OS. And they update it whenever they feel like it. Also not sure since 1.17 Minecraft now uses Java 16, if that's available at all on MAC OS or not. Minecraft 1.16 and previous use Java 8 which should be on MAC OS no problem.


    I'd look into the availability of Java on the MAC first, then figure out what you want to do. I also don't know the graphics capability of the Mac Mini, from what I recall, it's a fairly capable machine but how beefy it's graphics system is, I don't know.

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    posted a message on Input Lag

    A Core i7 isn't bad, it might be the Intel graphics too, but probably can't change that either. If you get decent performance with the new RAM setting then that might be all you can do at this point, except get a new computer.

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    posted a message on Input Lag

    Is this on a server, or single player? Vanilla or modded (except for Optifine)? Because it sounds like you've got a world that is running slow because of too many entities or something similar. Like low TPS where it should be normally 20 ticks per second but you're getting 5 or 10 or even less. So when you break a block for example, or swing a sword at a mob, the game can't calculate that right away because it's doing too many other things. Allocating more memory might make it slightly better, but if it's a world that used to run fine but all of a sudden isn't, then it might be best to look into what's causing the problem. Start a new empty world and see if you get the same lag, if it runs fine then it's the other world save that is having issues. Do you have any mob farms that maybe are overloaded or aren't processing items fast enough and just dumping them on the ground? If the new empty world has the same issues, then it's something else, like memory, processor or video card issues, or driver issues.

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    posted a message on Minecraft Updater

    Easiest way to disconnect from the internet is to unplug your network cable or turn off wifi.

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    posted a message on Minecraft Updater

    I doubt there's a way aside from blocking it with a firewall setting or just unplugging your internet. You can always use the old launcher, I don't think that auto-updates because it's not supported anymore.

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    posted a message on Bug: Minecraft don't show nothing

    Very strange, all I can think of is a graphics card or drivers problem. The game is running, so it thinks everything is OK, but nothing is being output from your video system except menus and the like, really weird. Does the F3 screen show anything pertinent? Since it's Linux, there's no DxDiag so I would check whatever information you have for that.

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    posted a message on Nether and End are gone after update; Not sure why

    Cool you got it working but I'm still wondering why they initially refused your bug report because it was modified. Do they consider datapacks as mods now? Probably never get an answer from Mojang but just curious.

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