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

    Is it because of the bundle and skyblock datapacks that they called it modified? The bundle has been removed as far as I know, to be added later for whatever reason, maybe 1.18.


    Try running a backup of the world without those two datapacks, might give you more information.

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    posted a message on When Will Apple M1 native version of Minecraft Java be released?

    Wouldn't that depend more on the version of Java on the Mac than what Mojang does? I have little knowledge of the Mac architecture so more asking for my own curiosity.

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    posted a message on Popularmmos epic proportions trouble

    You shouldn't need to make an account to paste on ubuntu, the direct link of https://paste.ubuntu.com/ should bring you to the create new past page, under the name field, just type in some random letters and paste the contents of your log (open in notepad, use select all under the edit menu, then copy) into the content field and hit the paste button.

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    posted a message on Minecraft not launching

    Maybe someone with more Linux knowledge will hop in but from what I can find it may be an OpenGL problem, be sure you have the correct working version of OpenGL loaded and be sure graphics card drivers are up to date. There may also be an issue with running the game at a different resolution than what your desktop is running at, try making both the same if that's the case.

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    posted a message on Savanna village - broken

    Probably just that particular village in that particular spot resulted in some messed up generation. Are other savanna villages on the seed normal?

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    posted a message on Version 1.17 Java Update Chunks

    Yes, your current world map is anything you have visited plus a buffer zone around that area defined by your chunk distance setting. If you have that setting high, then a large area will have loaded around anyplace you have been, and you might have to go a distance to find new areas. A lower chunk distance setting will mean smaller areas have loaded and you won't have to go as far. You can use a map editing program like MC Edit (not sure if that's updated to the most recent Minecraft version or not, I haven't used it in years) to trim off any chunks you don't need anymore and then let the game render new chunks in those areas.


    I've heard that Mojang is going to try to make the transition between new and old chunks more smooth than it has been in previous versions where terrain has updated, we shall see how successful they have been when the time comes, but you may see obvious chunk boundaries that don't match, so be careful where you trim off chunks if that's what you choose to do.

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    posted a message on is there a way to edit world and create ocean?

    If you want a full ocean which is generally very big, any editing route I think is going to take a lot of time and work. Best bet is like Palin said, just use a nether corridor to travel to the ocean you have quickly or set up some teleports at spawn.

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    posted a message on is there a way to edit world and create ocean?

    If you haven't built anything really complex yet, just change the seed and regenerate the world. There are a few seed finding programs out there, AMIDST is one, that you can put in seeds and it will predict the map for you.


    If you have built a lot, then you can do the same thing, only using editing tools, add your old builds to the new world with the new seed. The problem there is getting the chunk boundaries to line up, it's tricky but can be done.

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    posted a message on I have a weird graphic issue. Help please.

    I would think 4ms is a fast enough response time, so I don't know really. Not sure if there's an easy way to find out what response time it's actually using or a way to adjust it. That is, if that's the problem, I'm just guessing. It looks strange in the video. See if there's settings in the monitor's menu for screen refresh and response time, sync, game mode, etc and see if any of those options make any difference.

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    posted a message on I have a weird graphic issue. Help please.

    The ghosting issue could be several things, it might just be your monitor doesn't have a fast enough response time to draw and redraw the screen to keep it from happening.

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    posted a message on I have a weird graphic issue. Help please.

    I think that looks like global anti-aliasing has been turned on in your video card driver settings. Poke around in your driver settings and see if there's a setting for that. If you have an Nvidia card, open the Nvidia control panel, not gforce experience, and on the left list click on manage 3d settings, and in the list on the right, make sure the anti-aliasing settings are either off or application controlled (the only one turned on in mine is gamma correction). If you have an AMD card, I would expect they have something similar in their settings.

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