OK. Is this the driver you tried?
Either way - try it.
I'm not sure what that first sentence is supposed to be saying, there seems to be a typo so I don't know is you're saying you found an odd world or not.
All worlds are more or less the same if you look far enough, it's mainly a matter of which features you happen to find near spawn.
Since the update will be adding some (or just one?) water creatures you might want to find a seed that starts you near an ocean so you find them right after the update, otherwise seeds are mainly useful for people who like special starting areas, like they want to start on a small island but with at least one tree, if someone has posted such a seed that would save them a lot of time since they don't have to check out so many different worlds themselves.
"Caught exception from CodeChicken Lib "
States: 'U' = Unloaded 'L' = Loaded 'C' = Constructed 'H' = Pre-initialized 'I' = Initialized 'J' = Post-initialized 'A' = Available 'D' = Disabled 'E' = Errored UCH[
Try it without "CodeChickenLib-1.12-188.8.131.528-deobf.jar"
Which, by the name, is presumably deobfuscated code and not meant for use.
Dear Mojang, please add Aardvark and Albatross and Alligator and Angelfish and Ants and Anteater and Antelope and Arctic Fox and Armadillo and Axolotl and Aye Aye
And Baboon, Badger, Barnacle, Bear, Beaver, Beetle, Birds Of Paradise, Bison, Bobcat, Bonobo, Buffalo, Butterfly.
And .... well ... that's A and B covered...mostly...
Simplify it; remove doors from 2 sides, leave e.g. 11 or 12 on the other 2.
Make the bottom platform 3 high, and the doors half-way within it, if you get me? So on 2 sides, it's 2 blocks and bottom of a door on view, below the platform for the above.
Put the villagers on the same level as the doors.
As long as there is at least 1 vill per side, and total 10, you're golden,
You will have to kill all those IGORs that are in the area - or throw them down the pit or something.
Best to just block around them and suffocate them with some sand/gravel; if you hit them, they get quite ornery.
I have a ridiculous amount of experience fixing problems like this.
As far as I can tell from the info and pics, it's probably that the centre is off a little because a few doors are not registered. Your 'houses' (ie door-and-block) are not all identical; some have blocks next to them which may cause the door to not be a valid house.
I would suggest changing things so that you just have doors on 2 sides; you only require 21 (and 10 villagers; e.g. 1 one one side, 9 on the other).
I could take a look on your server and say more, if you want me to.
P.S. The bottom level is too high, and the doors too low.
No one is obligated to help you. Anyone who does help you are taking time out of their day that they could've spent on something far more important to give you some advice. Stop acting spoiled, you are not owed any help at all.
I'll look past your attitude for now, and answer your question:
More info for that in Let's Talk Server Monetization (Mojang). Though it did sound like Martin gives the same items to anyone, which is fine.
I second your notion that wrecking a desert is vastly preferable to getting glass via villager trades. With Elytras, rockets, and fast travel via the nether (raw nether is real fun to fly around in, by the way), going out 10-20k+ in the overworld to find a biome to wreck just takes a few minutes. And yeah, Martin, I'd just set up an auto smelter in your blaze farm that accepts shulker boxes for input, and just feed in all the sand and you'll have your 28x28 chunk (~200,000 glass blocks) in relatively short order. That's only about three trips to the desert with an inventory and ender chest full of shulker boxes. It's still a big project, for sure, but if you don't want to just dupe the sand, this is definitely the way to go.
Also, if you don't mind, could you post your DxDiag so we have more info about your system?
My grandson (7) plays MC with me (via LAN), but I would be afraid to let him play with any stranger. Any adult stranger could pretend to be a child and from what I read in the newspapers, many do in order to have contact with children. To be on the safe side you'd have to sit down and monitor every second of his gameplay. If you do that you might as well play with him yourself.
Honestly, from everything you guys have said, I'm sticking with MC Java Edition. Minecraft without proper mods stopped being fun for me back in 2014.
In my modded 1.11.2 game I have new weapons, armor, complex machinery, liquid fuels, dragons flying around destroying things, and soon I'll be updating my old Flan's Mod content pack from 1.7.10 thanks to Flans Mod Minus, which means I can use my civilian cars, trucks, planes, and helicopters in 1.11.2. Add-ons just sound silly to me, if I'm honest. I use mods to add genuine new content to the game, not just aesthetically. I mean really, look at Valkyrien Warfare, Pam's Harvestcraft, Immersive Engineering, Tinker's Construct, GeographicCraft, etc. and the idea of add-ons just loses all meaning.
Your GPU drivers are out of date. You can update them here. Outdated GPU drivers can harm performance.
You should check Task Manager to see if any other programs are hogging system resources. Minecraft loves a good CPU and lots of RAM.
Also, allocating 4GB of RAM to the game may help a bit with lag spikes. Try not to go over 4GB, as that can actually harm performance due to sloppy programming in either Java or MC.
Finally, you should check for any power management settings that may be enabled in the control panel and in the graphics drivers.
The MCP, which is what forge has been based off of for years was made with the cooperation of Mojang. Mods aren't just "cheats" or things "the developers didn't want added." They are additions to the game that made the game repeatable for many of us who had vanilla beaten years ago. Mods like Tinkers and the-like take the game to new levels for us. Yes it's infinitely creative, but only within it's parameters, which isn't enough for some of us.
To say something ignorant like "Most mods are nothing but cheats anyway" invalidated thousands of hours of work people with programming experience, have taken their time to do. Many of these popular mods have been downloaded over 10 million times and in the case of Tinkers, 20m, and obviously mean a great deal to some people.
Now, if you want an actual mod and not just a simple addon, yes Gunner is correct in the fact you probably wanna stick with the Java version.
I'm not gonna go into the monetize speech because MS did buy it and wants to make money off it, though making money off texture packs and such to me is silly, but that's just my humble opinion.